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4-Day ToysRUs Black Friday Starts Now Sale launched

Nov 20 2011, 12:43am CST | by , in News | Black Friday

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4-Day ToysRUs Black Friday Starts Now Sale launched

ToysRUs just launched a new early Black Friday Sale that will lead into the ToysRUs Thanksgiving Sale and ultimately to the ToysRUs Black Friday 2011 Sale.

The 4-Day ToysRUs "Black Friday Starts Now" Sale has launched. This is yet another chance to get your hands on some Black Friday toy deals. Beginning Sunday, November 20, you  can take advantage of four days of additional discounts through Wednesday, November 23, on hundreds of kid-favorite items, including dolls, board games, video games, electronics, scooters and ride-ons, construction sets and more. These deals are in addition to the nearly $8,000 in savings available in The Great Big ToysRUs Book (valid now through Wednesday, November 23).

Highlights of 4-Day ToysRUs Black Friday Sale:

  • 50% OFF ALL Pictionary games – prices vary
  • 40% OFF ALL Cars Wood toys – prices vary
  • 30% OFF ALL Imaginarium toys priced $49.99 – Was $49.99; Now $34.99
  • BUY ONE, GET ONE 50% OFF ALL Totally Me! arts and crafts sets – prices vary
  • BUY ONE, GET ONE 40% OFF ALL Nintendo DS and 3DS video games – prices vary
  • SAVE $10 on LeapFrog Leapster Explorer, Fisher-Price iXL, VTech MobiGo & V.Reader learning systems – prices vary

Shop the 4-Day ToysRUs Black Friday Starts Now sale on now.

Target also launched a 4-Day Pre Black Friday Sale today feature lots toy deals with coupon and video game deals like the $99.99 Sony PSP.

Shop Black Friday Deals Now:

Amazon Black Friday Deals Week
Walmart Black Friday Deals and Ads
Best Buy Black Friday Deals and Ads
Target Black Friday Deals and Ads

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