ToysRUs Black Friday Doorbusters Unveiled On Facebook

Posted: Nov 23 2009, 12:02am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:41pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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ToysRUs has published a big part of their Black Friday 2009 deals on Facebook. If you are Facebook member and a fan of ToysRUs you can now browse a shiny 35 page circular (Flash) that details 120 Black Friday doorbusters available from Midnight Thanksgiving Day until 1pm Black Friday. Of course the hottest offers will be long gone by 1pm on Black Friday.

Highlights of the ToysRUs Black Friday 2009 deals include Leapfrog Leapster System for $29.99, VTech Learning Laptop $14.99, iPod touch with free $50 gift card for $199.99, $29.99 camcorder, $2.98 Littlest Pet Shop VIP Plush Pets and
ToysRUs has announced that they will have 220 Black Friday doorbuster deals. There will be a preview of more than 100 unadvertised "Mystery Deals" on at 12:01am on Wednesday, November 25th, that will be available in-store on Black Friday between midnight and 1pm. The ToysRUs Black Friday ad on Facebook already features some of the Mystery deals.
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