ToysRUs: Thomas & Friends Train Set Only $24.99 – Better Than Black Friday Price

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Head on over to ToysRUs.com where you can score this Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends TrackMaster Fiery Rescue Train Set for only $23.69 $24.99 (regularly $49.99). This is even cheaper than ToysRUs Black Friday pricing of $24.99 for the same set.

This set includes a motorized Thomas Steam Train that even puffs real steam and comes with a fire extinguisher water dropper, TNT cargo crate, tracks, Dynamite Factory, sloping bridge and plastic flames. This would be a great gift for the train lover on your holiday shopping list!

Shipping is free on orders over $29 OR opt for free in-store pickup if available at a store near you.


(Thanks Kristen!)

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  1. ds

    I remember when my son was little Thomas just started to become popular and these sets were soo expensive to purchase.. what a great deal this is! You ladies are doing an awesome job finding great deals

    • Just passing through

      I was just thinking the same thing 😭😩. Where were these prices when my son was obsessed! Lol I believe the wood sets are still expensive

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for your sweet feedback! We sure do appreciate it! 🙂

    • Ashley

      I was thinking the same thing! My “little” boy will be 18 next week! Where has the time gone!?😫

  2. momo

    What attracted me to the trackmaster sets is the roller coaster tracks! Bought the Thomas TM set last yr (w/H2S Target 40%toy deal!), it has a similar high bridge crossing. Its much too wobbly & train gets stuck, also train goes flying off the tracks when coming around the corner fast. Got tired of adjusting the tracks & train, finally removed it from my lo dresser completely as it might clunk her in the head/face as she watched Thomas g9 round & round.

  3. Tasha C

    This “new” track system they created sucks. Hate to be negative but we have the wooden sets, the plastic tracks before this type came out and I’ll say i hate this track. Harder to put together specially for the kiddos. And train gets stuck at times. The other two types of tracks i mentioned are AMAZING Thomas products.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Darn! Thanks so much for your honest review!

  4. Erin

    I agree — they’re time-consuming to put together, HUGE, too huge, and get messed up easily. I will admit, though, that my three-year-old loved watching the train chug around when it was set up. It “disappeared” after awhile lol.

  5. Anu

    I added to the cart and it goes to 24.99. But when I click the link and I’m on the Toys R Us page it is 23 something.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Looks like the price has gone up just a bit! Thanks for letting us know!

  6. NAOMI CHAN

    Toys R Us had the 18 foot Fisher Price EZ Play Railway on sale in store for $14.99 (normally $59.99) on Monday. All the reviews were pretty good on it. 4 stars and up!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great find! Thanks for sharing!

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