ToysRUs Cyber Monday Deals Previewed On Facebook

Posted: Nov 29 2009, 9:39pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:54pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Once again ToysRUs shares deals ahead of a big sales event on Facebook. The ToysRUs Cyber Monday sale will launch on November 30th and have holiday toys on sale with up to 60% discounts.
I assume ToysRUs will open their Cyber Monday sale midnight.
Highlights of the ToysRUs Cyber Monday sale include a DJ Hero Bundle for $99 and a Band Hero Super Bundle for $169.99.

You will also be able to get a chance to score a $5.99 Barbie Luv Me Triple Playset and a Thomas & Friends Engine for $20.99. The ToysRUs Cyber Monday banner says to save up to 60%, but several of the deals listed on Facebook promise to save 70% and even 75% (Fisher-Price, Melissa & Doug and Hooked on Phonics).
Shop ToysRUs online here. Update: ToysRUs Cyber Monday Sales Are Online Now.

Cyber Monday Sales have already started at several online retailers including Best Buy and Amazon. Cyber Monday 2009 aims to offer the best online deals of the year. Find more Cyber Monday Deals in our ongoing Holiday Sales coverage.

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