Walmart Black Friday Ad Toy Highlights

Walmart’s Black Friday ad has been released (leaked?). The sale starts on Thanksgiving at 8 pm.

A few highlights, with the Toys that Get Played With lists in mind:

  • Barbie or Hot Wheels Power Wheels Jeep: $89
  • Hot Wheels Loop and Jump Stunt Track Set: $25
  • Lego Creative or Duplo Building Set: $15
  • Mini Lalaloopsie Tree House: $20 (went as low as $32.28 at Amazon during last year’s holiday season)
  • Barbie 2-Story Beach House: $20
  • Disney Princess Doll: $5
  • Little Tikes Dirt Digger: $10
  • Imaginext Space Shuttle: $20
  • Little People Racin’ Ramps Garage: $20
  • Mega Bloks Build and Learn Table: $20 (went as low as $30 at Amazon during last year’s holiday season)
  • Little Tikes Gourmet Prep n Serve Kitchen: $50
  • Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Farm: $40
  • Fisher-Price Big Action Construction Site with Remote Control: $25 (went as low as $30 at Amazon during last year’s holiday season)

What do you think? Anything to get excited about? I like the prices on the Imaginext Space Shuttle, Build and Learn Table and Learning Farm, especially. I can’t wait to see how other stores counter. We  should see more ads released or leaked within the next few days.

See the ad scan at BlackFriday.com. 

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Comments

  1. Cris says:

    I find it depressing that they have turned the day of thanksgiving into what some will perceive as “I must go to the store today, or they won’t have any deals left” day as opposed to a day of giving thanks and spending time with your family. I know that two years ago, Walmart waited until midnight. I went that night to pick up Rockband for my PS3. Never again. It was crammed with so many overfilled carts that you couldn’t move and it was complete chaos. I was appalled at the number of very young exhausted children that were there that late. Sorry to be negative on here, but I think that the consumerism encroaching this egregiously into the day itself needs to stop. I’ll do my shopping online on Friday or after. There are plenty of deals if you keep an eye out (and read your blog :)

    • I understand what you are talking about but for those who need those deals because that may be the only way to put a smile on a child’s face on Christmas. You may not like it and that is your opinion but there is others who rely on a great deal on Black Friday. I enjoy Black Friday and I appreciate the deals that they have. Just because I do, does not mean I am not thankful for what God has blessed me with. I live on a fixed income and I have three kids and money has to be stretched for Christmas so when there is a toy that my son wants and its on sale on Black Friday I will do what I can to see that my child gets that toy.

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