Every year around this time, we all start scrambling to find great cheap toys that won’t break the bank. Why? Obviously, Christmas is around the corner, and that means a whole ‘lotta gift-giving!
Throughout the entire holiday season, Heavy.com will provide readers with a massive compendium of daily toy deals that are on sale today (and, in all likelihood, many of these sales will last for at least a few days each).
Every day, we’ll scour the deepest depths of the web to find today’s best toy deals from a variety of stores, online and in-store, including Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Toys R’ Us, Kmart, and virtually anywhere there’s a great deal.
This list will change daily, so if you’re on the hunt to score some sweet, sweet discounts on kids toys, we’ve got you covered. We’re hoping that we can find some sales on the hot Christmas toys of 2017, so stay tuned.
So, where are the toys on sale now, you ask? See the list below, and please, if you find deals we might’ve missed, drop them in the comments so that we can share with everyone else:
Best Toy Deals Today
Monday, October 22, 2017:
Today’s deals include a number of great new toys, including the Overwatch Tracer Nendoroid figure, $16 off the Disney’s Frozen Anna & Elsa Cool Tunes SIng Along Boom Box, $17 off the VTech Go! Go! Smart Wheels Auto Repair Play Center, and more. Many of these deals will be live for a few days at least, but check back tomorrow for brand new discounts.
**On our list of the best new toys of 2017.
Best Toy Deals This Week
Weekly toy deals pulled from ads. We only pull the best of the best, so definitely check out the ads at your local stores to see what else there is.
Games out this Week
This is a HUGE week for video games, as the week brings some of the year’s most anticipated games. Luckily, if you have Amazon Prime, you can save 20% on most of those games.
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