As you probably already know, earlier this year Toys ‘R Us announced bankruptcy and has since closed all of their stores. Although there’s no sale this year, we’re still keeping this page up for your reference if you would like to see how some of their Labor Day sale looked like in the past.
While some stores launch their Labor Day deals a few days before the long weekend, it’s likely we’ll have to wait until the sale officially goes live on September 4th to know what’s coming from Toys R’ Us this year. And just like last year, you can expect to see different sale items on online and in-store so we recommend that plan out your shopping trip before heeding out the door this weekend (the same goes for Babies R’ Us as well). As soon as the details are available we’ll including everything you need to know here on BlackerFriday.com.
What toys are you planning on getting for your kids this Labor Day weekend at Toys R’ Us? Let us know in the comments.
Toys ‘R Us just launched their Labor Day sale both in-store and at toysrus.com. This year you’ll save up to 40% off across the store on everything from toys for your toddler all the way up to Lego’s and video games for your older kids (adults included!).
We’ve posted some of this year’s highlights below… but this is only a fraction of what’s on sale so be sure to see their store for a full list of sale items available over the long weekend. Most sale prices end on Monday, September 5th.
For this year’s Labor Day sale at Toys ‘R’ Us, check out their online-only deals in the clearance section to save up to 70% off on some of the best selling toys of the summer. You can also their “today’s deals” section to grab one of their daily deals or check out the coupon section to print out a coupon before you head out to your local store.
Labor Day has to one of our favorite shopping days outside of the Black Friday weekend. And this year if you’re planning on finding some red hot deals at Toys R’ Us for your kids, grandkids, or little loved ones, then there’s a hole lot to choose from across every age group. Plus your order is covered by a low-price guarantee so even if you later realize that the same toy was on sale for less, you’ll be able to request for a price match. Just remember that both toysrus.com and your local store will have some different things on sale so be sure to check online and your weekly circular before heading out to your local store.
Here’s a look at our favorite picks this Labor Day weekend:
– 50% off LeapFrog Scribble and Write (regularly $24.99).
– Buy 1 get one free on all Toys R’ Us branded batteries from AAA to D.
– Nerf Firevision Sports Nerfhoop for $14.00 (regularly for $24.99).
– Mega Bloks John Deere or Caterpiller Dump Truck for $20.00/each (regularly from $29.99 to $34.99).
– All Power Wheels Lil’ Quads for $70.00 (normally $99.99).
– Free Angry Birds Star Wars video gave with purchase of any Xbox 360 or Xbox One gaming system.