Highly Rated Antsy Pants Build & Play Sets as Low as $25

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Hop on over to where they have Antsy Pants Build & Play Sets on sale. These popular sets help kids grow their imagination through building and playing.

Check out these deals I spotted…

Antsy Pants Small Build & Play Playhouse Kit
Only $25 (regularly $29.99)

Antsy Pants Large Build & Play Playhouse Kit
Only $69 shipped (regularly $79.99)

Antsy Pants Donut Shop Fabric Cover
Only $17.99 (regularly $19.99)

Antsy Pants Pirate Ship Fabric Cover
Only $26 (regularly $29.99)

You may be able to opt for free in-store pickup (if available near you). Otherwise, shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. OR – if you’re a Target REDcard holder, you’ll get FREE shipping on ANY size order and an additional 5% off your purchases!

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Comments 7

  1. mandi

    I just passed these up (in the Target store) because of the connectors – they don’t look little kid friendly in the way of younger kids being able to put them together themselves. I was looking for a fort building set that offers my kids the ability to make whatever THEY wanted – looks like it will be a toy I would end up spending more time with than the kids…however I did find a comparable set for under $17 at (Discovery brand I think? 69 pc Think flexible JUMBO tinker toys) that looks easier for the kids to use/build with. Haven’t yet received it so it hasn’t yet been tested by the kiddos. Also – after looking at these, I thought about just buying some PVC piping at Home Depot and buying some PVC connectors instead 🙂 I have cut thick PVC pipes with a bread knife (serrated) many times quite easily – AND you could use spray paint for plastic (krylon works great!) on PVC if you wanted to “customize” it!!! Love the idea of fort building set – would go great with the indoor snow balls (giant cotton balls) that were so popular last holiday season!

    • Lo

      I think I have the discovery set you’re talking about! My kids were young maybe 4 and 6 so I did most of the work. Some of the holes/connectors were harder than others to push in. I liked the igloo the most and just threw a few sheets over whatever we created. I got mine from rite aid but I’ve seen them at jcp during Christmas and maybe kohls.

  2. TxMom

    I just bought these a few days ago for my kids for Christmas! The reviews were awesome and the concept is so “Land of Nod” but more than half the price. That ice cream truck 😍. So fun! I can’t wait to play with these 😂

  3. Daina

    I have several of these sets and my kids love them! We have the lemonade stand, the tent, and the school bus. My kids are able to put them together and occasionally ask for help with a connector but they really are not difficult. I would recommend based upon my experience!

  4. Juli

    You should check out Fort Boards instead of these. Way more kid friendly, indoor/outdoor, DISHWASHER SAFE! And they can be customized with sets of design cards to look like castle stones, wood and even dry erase boards! PLUS they just partnered with Nerf to make Blaster Boards for Nerf battles!!!

  5. Nina

    Yes the Discovery fort set was a waste. Surprised because they usually have such great toys.

  6. Karen

    I think these look like a lot of fun but way too much money to invest.

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