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(crossing fingers for the link to work)
but if you have a Target red card you can save 5% additional
if yiure a TRU cc holder you get add savings plus points
so for two sets, it is about 33.6+ tax
fot the two Toys R us i went, first one is 25.99+ 25.*06 = 41.58 + Reward R us point and not enough for Movie ticket coupon
for the 2nd one, 22.99+13.8= 36.78 + Reward R us and not enough for Movie ticket coupon
so no price match is not a good deal, unless it is over 50 and get the movie coupon, then it may match the walmart or Amazon
but the more expensive set mark up more
the first Toys R us mark up the Joker Low Rider $15 and 70906 Batmobile $20
Which sounds great but then you think of the discounts that could be had at Target (20%; 25% with RedCard) and Amazon (about 20% at times).
Though, it would be handy when buying TRU exclusives or using it with a TRU cc and/or rewards.
Lesson learned, never make the punishment for your child something that also punishes you.
**Off to find some parts to build the "free" build
Wife: That's it. We're not going to TRU today!
Wife: Seriously? You're gonna whine too?
Me: I just think we should be focusing on all the times he's a good boy. Not this one little incident that was honestly nothing to even be mad about.
Wife: He tried to sell his little brother on eBay.
Me: He's a budding entrepreneur. We should be celebrating that.
Wife: You're an idiot.
Me: Yes I am. Now can we go to TRU?
Did he make it as far as making a listing?
EDIT: Well, damn. There is ONE store that has it for pick up. And it won't use $12 of gas. :/
Hate to be jaded but really TRU LOWER YOUR RRP to where it is SUPPOSED to be!!!
At least that usually works on my local TRU store.
It comes with a tri-force shield, 1 shield, and a few other pieces to attach it to the front: (I apologize for the glare)
Here is the sleeve (right) and the assembled case (right):
The inside of the case with a few of my spare shields already in place.
Note: The case's tip that hold the plate in place prevent shields to be positioned there. I was thinking about getting a couple more, but this annoys me.
From my experience, Toys 'R' Us markups are a lot less common than they used to be. But you are correct that there may be better deals on a lot of these sets if you're willing to wait.
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