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Mattel.com: MONSTER HIGH High School Only $55.24 Shipped (Lowest Price!) + More Deals

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UPDATE – The Monster High School is still in stock and the code still works but the FREE shipping is no longer valid.

If you have a Monster High fan in your household, here’s a great deal you may want to snatch up! Hop on over to Mattel.com where you can snag the MONSTER HIGH High School for only $55.24 + tax (regularly $89.99!) AND FREE shipping when you use promo code WB4131373 at checkout.

As a price comparison, the same Monster High Set is priced at $68.74 on Amazon.com! …And a whopping $79.97 on Walmart.com!

They also have a ton of other items greatly discounted in their sale section, so make sure to take some time to browse around. And keep in mind that you can use the promo code listed above WB4131373 to score 15% off your entire order. Plus, all orders over $25 ship FREE!

(Thanks, Jessica!)

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22 Hip Readers Commented

  • Kayla says:

    It shows up as $64.99 on my end. Does it change after you add it to cart?

  • Delia says:

    Makes me so happy I snagged this from Amazon before Xmas for $57 last month.

  • Em says:

    Off topic, I don’t have kids (but do know how to get good deals on kids’ clothes thanks to my obsession with making my friend’s kids adorable), so I need some advice. My friend has fallen on hard times and baby girl just bumped up a size and seeing as how i have money to spare and one of our holidays is coming up, Im gifting her clothes (she is in the “oooh a box” stage over whats actually in the box). Can someone give me an idea on how many long sleeve shirts this kid really needs? I dont want to buy a bunch if people dont dress their kids in them long… We’re in TX, so please, only folks familiar with our weather giving advice (no offense, north folks, but it was 70 today haha). Also, it’s 3T so she won’t be bumping up in size just real soon, so we don’t have to worry about that.

    • Em says:

      Bumping up in size again*

    • Shelly says:

      I have a 19 month old and have 5 lighter long sleeve shirts and 2 thermal shirts for her. This worked for us. Our weather here in Central Tx has been crazy this week!!

    • Brandy says:

      I live here the rgv in Tx. My children have 4 long sleeved shirts each and that is really too much. I am from Ok. we go visit for the New Year so I always buy a few extras for the trip to OK. But it also depends on how often your friend washes clothes for instance I wash one load a day but my sister in law only washes on Sundays. We do have some periods such as last week and the week before that the weather was cold and rainy. If your friend only washes once a week I would say go with 4. If she wash daily go with 2. I prefer light weight jackets for my kids since the mornings and evenings are cool but the days are warm. The jackets or cardigans are perfect for layering and the kids look so cute.

  • Ashley says:

    I have an almost 3 year old and I’d say you can survive with a variety of about 5 long sleeve shirts!

    • Em says:

      Thanks Ash, I figured about that much! Woot, I’ll do that and a good chunk of shirtsleeves and a few pairs of jeans. That should cover her for a while.

      • Krista says:

        I like to have 10 shirts per size, but that is PLENTY for us. I agree that 5 is survivable. Check JCP clearance too. They sometimes have $1 kids clothes. You just need enough kids clothes to get you through laundry day!

  • kay says:

    OMG I saw this exact toy at Target tonight for $25 and didn’t buy it because I thought it was still too much! It was on clearance along with a bunch of other toys…check Target’s clearanced toy section before purchasing this…its a huge price difference HTH

    • Hilary says:

      Thanks for the heads up! I am home, with a sick kid, but I’m going to have my husband stop at Target on the way home this evening.

    • Tilla Ham says:

      could you tell me what target or where…i am desperate for this for my daughters 9th birthday next month but 60 plus isn’t in my budget!! I would cry for 25!

  • Steph says:

    This house is poorly made!!! Don’t waste your money!!!

    • Renee says:

      I agree after seeing it on display before Christmas and that’s why my cousin and I didn’t buy for our girls.

    • Sally says:

      I agree. My friend bought this for her 5 yrs old DD for Christmas and I help her to assembly. It is poorly made. I would not pay $50 for this but if you can get/find this at Target for $25 as Kay stated above and have a monster high fan at home.

      • Brandy says:

        This was one of the few gifts my girls asked for from Santa and it was very poorly made as others have said it is already bent. The top balcony doesn’t stay up. It is what I would expect from the dollar store brand toy not Mattel. $25 is still to much.

    • Debi says:

      I haven’t had any problems with ours and it’s been played hard and dragged between my daughters (4 & 6) bedrooms many times. You have to follow all the confusing directions about the latches and snapping in the stairs and stuff. I also put a couple of additional twist ties in spots since I knew they’d be moving it around. My daughters LOOOOOOOVE it. I paid $52 for mine before Cmas

  • LO says:

    This house is awesome for someone who doesn’t have a lot of room. It folds up pretty good. And my nieces 9 and 11 love this! They have played non stop with this since I got it for them. Would recommend it for any monster high fan. It comes with a picnic bench, two desks, Dj stand., bleechers…has fun accessories too.

  • Rebecca says:

    Our Target had several “Let’s Play!” fold up dollhouses on clearance for $11. ;) It’s really cute & well made. We got it for our 2-yr-old DD, and our 5-yr-old DS even loves playing with it. http://www.target.com/p/let-s-play-doll-house/-/A-14070441#prodSlot=medium_1_19&term=let

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