Fisher-Price BigFoot Is On Sale For $69.88 In Amazon Cyber Monday Sale

Posted: Nov 29 2010, 1:25am CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday 2018


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The Amazon Cyber Monday sale offers a hot deal on Fisher-Price toys right now while supplies last. If you have been waiting to find a bargain deal on the new Fisher-Price ImagineNext BigFoot, here is the first deal I have seen this season. The Fisher-Price BigFoot is only $69.88 after a $15 rebate on checkout. When you spend $50 on select Fisher-Price toys you can get $15 off at checkout when you enter the code FPBF5015.

The Fisher-Price Imaginext BigFoot is remote controlled and can do all sorts of things that will make kids laugh. This toy is one of the hottest gifts for kids 3-8 this year. We just recently have tested BigFoot and published this review. For $69.88 BigFoot is a great holiday toy deal that you should not miss out on.

Get this hot Cyber Monday toy deal now on Amazon.

The $15 off $50 or more deal does apply to many more Fisher-Price toys. Shop for this deal here.

All Cyber Monday Sales have launched now. Get the best Cyber Monday deals now before they are gone. Find the latest Holiday weekend and Cyber Monday deals of the season on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets in our Cyber Monday Hub.

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