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Today’s non-Target deals include 40% off Popular Playmobil sets, over 50% off college hoodies when you buy 2, FREE calendar at Shutterfly & more.
I’m loving the daily deal at Amazon because it is one of my favorites brands! Save 40% on select Playmobil Sets. Playmobil and LEGOs were probably my two favorite brands to give to my kids as gifts because I knew they would get played with again and again. Now would be a great time to pick up a few sets for Christmas. Here are a few of our faves, but make sure you check out all fun sets on sale:
PLAYMOBIL Multisport Carrying Case Playset
$7.79 (reg $12.99) SAVE 40%
Playmobil Surf Shop Play Box
$11.99 (reg $19.99) SAVE 40%
PLAYMOBIL Super 4 Camouflage Pirate Fort with Ruby Building Kit
$29.99 (reg $49.99) SAVE 40%
PLAYMOBIL Super 4 Take Along Black Baron`s Castle Building Kit
$35.99 (reg $59.99) SAVE 40%
Discounts only applies items shipped an sold from Amazon, if an items sells out it will go to a 3rd party seller and the price may be higher. Amazon prices can change at any time.
FinishLine.com is offering 2 college team hoodies for $35 which makes these only $17.50 per hoodie, this is a super price considering these sell for $40 a piece. Plus, you’ll score FREE shipping too. My husband is a huge sports fan and loves to wear hoodies all winter long, so this deal is perfect! Special offer valid through 12/31/15.
Awesome deals at Shutterfly this weekend! Get a FREE 8×11 12 month wall calendar for FREE + 40% off everything! Simply use SAVE365 at checkout. Shipping will apply to the FREE calendar and run about $5.99 depending on your location. I have been giving personalized calendars to both sets of grandparents as Christmas gifts for the last 12 years, and they have been a big hit every year! Special offer valid through 11/23.
I saw how much you (& your kids) loved Playmobil and thought you may have a suggestion. My son has sadly outgrown his Playmobil and I have so many sets that are no longer assembled. All of the pieces are mixed in several large boxes and I should have the instructions (or could at least get online). While we donate SO many toys that he has outgrown (& have even ordered replacement parts when needed), trying to reassemble all of the Playmobil sets would take an incredible amount of time. Unlike Legos, the pieces aren’t really stand alone. Do you have any suggestions regarding where these could be donated & then assembled? I’ve attempted to call Playmobil several times but I haven’t been able to reach anyone. Thanks!