On the heels of the release of the Walmart and Target Black Friday ads, Toys R Us has finally released its Black Friday flyer.
The color, 32-page Toys r Us ad should arrive in newspapers this Sunday, Nov. 22, chock full of Black Friday deals. It is now available to fans of the store's Facebook page.
Stores will open at 8 p.m. Thursday, Thanksgiving, as part of the move to earlier sales. So you may want to skip the pumpkin pie and get in line if you want the early bird bonus.
Toys R Us Deals
A highlight for the first 200 shoppers per store: a goody bag with $30 worth of stocking stuffers. But even if you are not among the first in the door, you will find lots of sales Thursday night and Friday all day.
Among the best deals:
-A $20 Toys R Us Gift card, plus $30 iTunes card, if you buy a fourth generation iPod Touch.
-Barbie Escalade electric ride-on car: $269 ($100 savings)
-Fisher-Price Grand Dollhouse: $39 (was $79)
-Mega Blocks Halo sets: 40 percent off
-Fisher Price Dora's Kitchen set: $49 (Was $125)
-BOGO on all Toys R Us brand batteries
-Samsung Galaxy 2 Tablet: $299 (Was $399)
As always, don't waste your money.
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