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Target.com: *HOT* Fijit Friends Only $15 Expired

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Wowzers!! The super popular Fijit Friends toys recently dropped in price in a BIG way on Target.com! You can now head here to snag the highly rated Fijit Friends Serafina for just $15 (+ shipping) or head here to snag the Fijit Friends Willa for just $15 (+ shipping)! And if you are a Target REDcard holder, you will score FREE shipping AND 5% off automatically making these Fijit Friends just $14.25 shipped. Sweet! :D

As a price comparison, these are going for over $40 on Amazon… so this is a crazy good deal! Hurry to place your order as these always sell out soon! And don’t forget that you may be able to score an even sweeter deal in-store at Walmart! Check out this post to see what I’m talking about and make sure to read through the helpful comments too.

Fijit Friends Features:
Responds with more than 150 built-in phrases and jokes
Your child can poke and squeeze the soft, tactile skin that enables lifelike movements
Recognizes different types of music and performs different dance moves
Voice recognition and beat detection capabilities
Includes original songs
Requires 5 AA batteries (included)

(Thanks, Kelly!)

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52 Hip Readers Commented

  • Lianne says:

    Competition is a good thing, I see! Target didn’t want to be left behind by Walmart and Toys R Us!

  • Kathryn says:

    I don’t know if this a new commercial, but I saw a Walmart commercial about their great prices on toys, and this was the toy they featured. They stated how it was $15 at Walmart, but at Target it was $40. So of course Target had to come back and make the price much lower :)

  • A.c says:

    I’m confused, what is so great about them? just curious

    • Erin says:

      That’s what I was wondering. After reading reviews to see what I’m missing (LOL), not much. Apparently it’s supposed to be like a Furby and respond to you, but that’s a crap shoot judging by reviews. And it seems to be one of those things kids ask for but get immediately bored with, which I can definitely understand based on the description. The age range is 6-12 but there’s no way I could see my six year old being remotely interested in this. I realize this is a “deal” compared with regular price, but I still think $15 seems high for what it is. It’s hard to believe that this is so high on kids’ holiday lists that it keeps selling out, though I’m betting that many of the adults purchasing just like the price. ;)

    • JoAnn says:

      I paid a lot for one last year, and my 7 y/o hardly plays with it. The only good part is when it dances, but that gets boring. I would recommend spending your $15 elsewhere.

  • Winnie says:

    Is this price available at the stores too?

    • gohogsgoinar says:

      I heard a radio ad for Walmart this morning that it was a nationwide price drop to $15 so I’m sure that the other stores will be matching too. hth :)

  • debra says:

    Anyone wonder why this toy has made such a price drop?

  • Tiffany says:

    $7 bucks for shipping though to Wisconsin seems kind of pricy.

    • Melissa says:

      Tiffany, I don’t know where you are in Wisconsin, ( I’m in Waukesha) and my local store had them at $15. No peelies though!

  • Amyt says:

    Hooray! Finally got two for my girls. Thanks Hip!

  • vikky says:

    I got those in Walmart. They’re NOT worth full price. I would not even pay $15myself. We changed batteries on both toys, and they talk whatever they want. My kids are 5 and 6. They loved these at first, now, 2 days later, they’re not playing w them anymore. So save boxes and receipts in case your kids will not like :) And look for $10 coupons in Walmart on smaller FIjit friends, thats where i found coupons.

    • cindy says:

      I agree. This is a nice gift but not they do fail we have taken ours back 3 times. It works for a bit but then is just a cute toy that does what it wants.

  • Just got 2 of them- one pink and one purple! Going to return the ones that I get from Wal-Mart as I got these for much cheaper…. with a team member discount and 5% off with free shipping!!

  • Andrea says:

    Went to price match at Target last night and it rang up $15 in store however they are marked on sale for $44.99 :)

  • Sarah T. says:

    Ya, thanks. My girls each have one coming now. Got 2 of them and shipping for less than the cost of one.

  • Cassie says:

    I found about 25 of them in our store for 15$, no coupons though. I don’t see the appeal!

  • Vicky says:

    Finally got one! Thanks :D

  • Amanda K says:

    Got one! Don’t forget Target has a REDcard DEBIT now that get’s you the same benefits of the credit card using your checking account information. LOVE!

  • Casey says:

    Was not even thinking about getting one unless I could find a peelie, but now from seeing me stalk all the hip post my two year old is always running around “I wanna Fijit friend!” lol awesome……

  • Winnie says:

    I went through Shopathome for another 4% off! :)

  • Dawn says:

    tried to get the pink one and it said in stock until I checked out and it said OUT of STock!! Darn….too late

  • kadi says:

    I had the same issue with the pink one. But I did get two purple for each kid. Maybe I’ll buy one an accessory pack so they can look different…. Anyone know exactly what ages will like this? It seems kind of young for an 11 year old, but the age I saw online said up through 12? Thoughts?

  • Kristen says:

    I got 2 purples…pinks already gone :-(

  • Tim says:

    It’s the Proposition 65 warning that deterred me. Contains products known to cause cancer? No thanks. Not at any price.

    • Annette says:

      Where did you see that? I don’t know much about it, but just wondering – could it mean the batteries?

      • Erin says:

        No, not the batteries. Otherwise most toys would carry the warning. From Target’s web site:

        Attention California residents: California’s Proposition 65 entitles California consumers to special warnings for products that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm if those products expose consumers to such chemicals above certain threshold levels. We know you’re concerned about product safety and Target takes all necessary steps to comply with all applicable safety and health requirements.

        On Target.com, we provide a Prop 65 link under Other Info for each item that requires the Prop 65 warning. If a Prop 65 link does not appear in the Other Info section for the product you wish to purchase, the supplier of the product has indicated that it does not require the Prop 65 warning.

        • Cara says:

          Just an FYI, as someone who lives in California: Pretty much everything here carries a Prop 65 warning from products to physical buildings to gas stations. It is required by law that they state if it MIGHT contain something and therefore tells you nothing since the warning is on everything.

    • Tammi says:

      I was wondering if someone else saw this too! After I read that it’s just not worth it …..

      • Julie says:

        Could the BPA levels be high? BPA is known to cause the same issues. All states should have this warning. Better yet why dont they sell toys that wont harm our kids! That is probaly why the price drop!

    • Jessica says:

      If you have ever looked at your box of Christmas lights…they carry the same warning.

  • Nydia says:

    Got one for my niece…use shop at home and got 4% cash back plus free shipping with red card debit and 5% discount. Woo hoo!!!

  • Tim says:

    If you go here: http://www.target.com/p/fijit-interactive-friends/-/A-13460559 and click on “Choose items to add to cart” You will see a little yellow warning sign and a Prop 65 note. Click on Prop 65 and it tells you what it means. I wasn’t aware either, until I saw that.

    • Cara says:

      I said this above but just in case you didn’t see -/ I live in CA and pretty much everything has a Prop 65 warning from products to physical buildings to gas stations.
      They are required to post that if it MiGHT contain something and therefore it tells you nothing since pretty much everything has a warning.
      Freaked us out when we first moved here until we realised the warnings are on everything.

      • JoAnn says:

        Yeah, I’m in PA, but I’ve seen it on exercise balls, bleach pens, Christmas lights, ointment and either plywood or drywall (probably both!) So, basically everything.

  • Corina says:

    Both are gone from online. Placed Willa in my cart and went to check out and out of stock.

  • Melinda says:

    I went to Walmart yesterday and bought fijit for $5.00. They were selling them for $15 dollars and it had a $10.00 off manufacturer’s coupon attached to the box, which bought the total down to $5! I was super excited!

  • christine says:

    toys r us will match the price from their site which states $15 in store only. its un advertised in store but it does work on the pink/purple one.

  • Missy says:

    I had no interest in getting one, but then I actually saw one in the store last night (at KMart for the regular price of $50 some dollars) and I thought it was pretty cute! Not sure how much play time it will end up getting, but I think both my kids will enjoy it. Thanks!

  • Beth B says:

    Thanks Colin! I bought one of these for my daughter for Christmas and spent over $50 on it at Target. I took my receipt over to Target this morning and they refunded the difference! Thanks to you I have $40 back in my pocket!

  • ellen says:

    The target store lists them for $44, but they ring up at $15. I double checked with the in store price scanner before checking out. Thanks Collin!

  • Lisa says:

    They are marked as $44 in my MD store but ring up as $15 when you do a price lookup. :)

  • nelly says:

    Just bought one at the Lindon,UT. Walmart. They are marked down to $15.

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