Amazon’s Toy Box Filled with Deals for Black Friday Week

Amazon's Toy Box Filled with Deals for Black Friday Week

Amazon's Toy Box Filled with Deals for Black Friday Week

Toys are one of the most popular gifts during the holiday season, and shoppers anxious for great deals on the hottest toys of the season are already camping out on sidewalks all across the United States. For some it’s the thrill of the deal, and other shoppers may just be curious first timers, but they are all looking for one thing. They want to save as much money as possible. These are the hardcore holiday shoppers that are devoted to shopping, and finding the best deals on the planet.

The largest online retail merchant Amazon, is jumping into the savings and sharing the Black Friday deals with their devoted shoppers a little early this holiday shopping season.  Televisions, computers and cameras are hot sellers, but this week also includes a hot gift list just for those with children or grandchildren:  Amazon’s Holiday Toy List.

Amazon’s toy sale is happening right now, and shoppers that are camping out in those long lines are scrambling to get some of these deals with their smart phones. Other shoppers are laying in bed with their laptops open as they dig through the online toy box.  We’ve even had reports that Santa is taking advantage of these deals, although he’s emphatically denied those rumors.

Some of the top deals currently available for boys include $15 off the Smokey the Fire Truck from Matchbox, 30% off select Transformers, up to 25% off Nerf items like the Dart Tag Quick 16 Blaster, and $5 off certain Hot Wheels items.

For girls, Disney’s Fairytale Kitchen is $50 off, up to 40% off various Hello Kitty Pluffies and Beanie Babies, and up to 50% off select dolls and other girl toys.

Savings on puzzles and games run from $5 off up to 60% off.  Parents can also give fun and furry stuffed animals for up to 50% off.

Amazon is giving the Santa discount by offering the hottest toys for girls and boys at some sweet prices, and shoppers are gobbling them up quicker than a well cooked turkey on Thanksgiving.

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