Walmart Offers Early Savings On Hot Holiday Toys Including FurReal GoGo Pup

Posted: Oct 14 2010, 7:54am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 14 2010, 8:28pm CDT, in Shopping | Holiday Gift Guide


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Walmart announced this week early savings on toys to kick off the Holiday Shopping season. Walmart offers big savings on toys to kick off the pre-holiday season, with $5, $10 and $15 on this year’s must-have toys, available now in all Walmart stores. This includes a wide assortment of the hottest toys including FurReal Gogo Pup, Nerf N-Strike Stampede, Iron Man, Thomas the Train, Barbie and more.

Throughout the season Walmart will introduce new weekly Rollbacks that will be featured in a dedicated aisle in stores to help customers easily find the best savings on toys. Walmart will also match any advertised price for the same product. Online customers can enjoy free shipping on hundreds of toys by using Walmart’s Site to Store service.

The following is a list of some of the hot Holiday toys on sale in Walmart stores now:

• Zoobles Starter Pack: $5 (new item)
• Barbie Potty Training Pups: $10 (was $17.97)
• Tonka Light and Sound Truck: $10 (was $14.97)
• Monopoly: $10 (was $12)
• Chuck Fold-n-go Playset: $10 (was $16.96)
• Bakugan Brawler Pack: $15 (was $21.76)
• Hot Wheels Mega Air Jumper: $15 (was $19.97)
• Loopz: $25 (was $29.98)
• Nerf N-Strike Stampede: $44 (was $49.97)
• FurReal Gogo Walking Puppy: $49 (was $54)

The above deals are only available in stores. The FurReal GoGo Puppy sells online still for $53.94. Walmart says that they carry nearly all of the Toy Insider Hot 20 Toys at Walmart stores nationwide and on

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