If you’re a parent of small children or have kids on your gift list, you should check out the Black Friday Sale at Sears Canada. In the past, the retail chain hasn’t participated in the November shopping event. This year they’ve jumped in head first with 25% off all toys. There doesn’t seem to be a limit to the offer, with everything from Lego, to dolls and large playsets included.
For girls, we spotted Collector Barbies for under $40, while Dora the Explorer play tents have been dropped down to just $16. If you have boys on the list, there is a full selection of Hot Wheels tracks priced between $20 and $40, so you should be able to find a good bargain.
If you are a gamer, then you know that there is only one time of the year where you can find the best deals. Yes ladies and gentlemen, I am talking about Cyber Monday. If you are looking for an entire collection of games at cheap prices, this is the time of the year to get it. If you purchase video games from Amazon.ca, during Cyber Monday, you can expect to save hundreds of dollars.
When the biggest toy franchise in the world says that it will slash prices this Black Friday, it’s bound to be something worth looking into. That is just what Canadian customers did at the Black Friday sales at Toys R Us in 2011. Canadian citizens looking for Black Friday hours were more than pleasantly surprised when they opened their Black Friday flyers for Toys R Us and saw what their baby boys were screaming for every holiday season at half the original price.
Some of the most popular toys on offer at one of the world’s biggest shopping season included the Ultimate Optimus Prime action figure from the Transformers franchise and the movie spinoff. The toy was promoted for children between ages 5 or up and was being sold at $47.99 apiece.