Award-Winning Fred & Friends Kids Dinner Trays ONLY $7.98

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Have a picky eater? Make food fun!

Head over to ToysRUs.com OR Amazon where they are offering these award-winning Fred & Friends Dinner Winner Kids’ Dinner Trays for only $7.98 (regularly $19.99). Choose from four styles at this awesome price on ToysRUs (1 style on Amazon).

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Dinner Winner makes food fun!

The goal is to get to the finish line, where a special covered treat awaits, so even fussy eaters will clean their plate! Kids will enjoying eating through their fruits and veggies knowing there is a delicious surprise at the end. This award-winning food tray is non-toxic and dishwasher-safe.

Shipping Info:

ToysRUs: Keep in mind that shipping is free on orders over $29 OR opt for free in-store pickup – if available at a store near you.

Amazon: Please note that this is an Add-on item and will ship FREE with a qualifying $25+ order. To get your total up to $25, check out all the Amazon deals we’ve posted recently here.

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Comments 26

  1. Eva

    Just bought two for my kids! Can’t wait to try this!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Hope they love them Eva!

  2. SD

    I ordered it only yesterday at 9.98. I waited to order for so many days and did it yesterday finally and the price dropped within a day. I chatted with an Amazon agent who said they can’t do anything about it 🙁

    • Danielle

      If it hasn’t shipped yet, cancel the order and reorder 🙂

      • Lynn

        SD, I had a similar pricing thing with Amazon and they told me the same thing – no price adjustments 🙁 That being said, I agree with Danielle, look on your orders section and if it still gives you the option to cancel and it hasn’t shipped yet, cancel and order at the lower price.

    • Sarah

      If you buy it on a Citiibank credit card, you can ask for a Price Rewind.

  3. newyear2

    Am I the only one who has a kid that would just skip to the end and eat the desert? Wish this would work for mine .. she used to love veggies and now I can’t for the life of me get her to eat them

    • Ann

      You would have to teach them they must play by the rules. No exceptions.

      • Allison

        I feel like you don’t have kids, Anne.

        • Ann

          Actually I do Allison. And they have been taught to play by the rules or they don’t get to play.

        • ana

          LOL! Military style lunch 😀 Good times!

          • Allison

            Agreed Ana! 😂

    • Kimberly

      Buy a roll of tickets and put a ticket in the prize slot, then have your kid bring you the ticket out to redeem their prize

      • Pam

        What a great idea!! Thanks mama!

      • Helen

        That is an awesome idea! Now I may order this!

    • Tracy

      I mean you don’t need to put a dessert down.

    • lauren

      My one and a half and three year old boys use these and it’s never been an issue. We eat at the table together so I can watch them. Maybe in the beginning I had to give them one or two reminders but now it’s fine. I don’t use these plates seven nights a week so they absolutely love when they get them two to three times per week.

  4. Suzy

    I ordered a like new pirate version that qualified for prime for $6.98. No need to buy $25 in order to qualify this way.

    • Lynn

      Suzy, which one did you order? I’m seeing a higher price for the pirate version.

  5. chickie00

    What?? I had been watching this plate forever, but it was staying at $20! When I saw it drop to $15, I finally ordered one… oy! guess now I can get one for my other kid!? LOL

  6. Jen Law

    And looks like the price is up again on Amazon. Still trying to get that princess one since my daughter loves the original one so much.

    • Lynn

      I am looking at the “princess one” for my two princesses but I agree with Jen, the price needs to be lower.

  7. Kr

    The regular price on toysrus is only 9.98, Amazon regular price is inflated

  8. Mobina

    IMO this is sensory overload for a child. Encouraging child to focus on looking down and not interacting with others while eating. Meal time and play time should be separate.

    • Lynn

      I think it’s just another way to get a child to eat and finish his/her meal, kinda like playing “rocket ship” with a utensil for a younger child so it’s “fun” . I think it’s up to the parents to decide if it’s a go or not, so no shade should be given just because it’s not for you. Just my opinion, that’s all.

  9. Debbie

    Just bought all four from Toys R Us

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