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Toys R Us: *HOT* Hasbro Game Sale & Gift Card Offers (Toy Story 3 Memory Game Only $1)

10:53 PM MST
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This week, through 11/10, Toys R Us is offering up an awesome sale on various Hasbro games! Plus, score a $10 Toys R Us Gift Card with a $35 Hasbro game purchase, OR score a $15 Toys R Us Gift Card with a $50 Hasbro game purchase.

Even sweeter, get up to $40 in rebates (in the form of a prepaid rewards card) from Hasbro when you buy anywhere from 2-12 select games! Eligible games include: The Game of Life, Monopoly, Scattergories, Pictionary, Scrabble, Yahtzee, Hungry Hungry Hippos, Jenga, Twister, Connect 4, Elefun, and Operation. Go here for more details, and for the online or mail-in rebate forms.

Now, onto the deals…

$1 Game

Toy Story 3 Memory Game (limit 2 per guest, while supplies last)
Wowzers! What a crazy good price… especially considering this is going for $14.97 on Amazon! I would head to Toys R Us right when it opens if you are planning to snatch up this game deal, as it’s bound to sell out super fast at this price.

$5 Games

Classic Versions of the following:
Candy Land
Lucky Ducks
Cranium for Kids
Monopoly for Kids
Chutes and Ladders
Barrel of Monkeys
Cootie

$10 Games

Classic Versions of the following:
Sorry
Life
Scrabble
Trouble
Jenga
and CARS Monopoly

$15 Games

BopIt XY
CatchPhrase
Words with Friends
Scrabble Flash
Loopz
Monopoly

$20 Games

Twister Dance
Electronic Battleship
CityVille Monopoly
Taboo
Angry Birds
Draw Something

As an idea, you could do this…

Buy 4 Jenga games $10 each
Total = $40
Use 4 $2/1 Jenga or Yahtzee coupons found here (will need 2 computers to print 4)
Pay $32
Get back a $10 Toys R Us Gift Card (for spending over $35 before coupons)
Get back a $10 rebate from Hasbro
Final cost $12 total – $3 each after gift card and rebate!
* Great price, and you’ll have a few to stick in your gift closet!

Come back to let us know if you cook up any other scenarios!

(Thanks, Mister Cheap!)

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