Holiday Toy List from

by Marcy on November 9, 2009 · 2 comments

I don’t know about you, but up until this point, I have done very little in terms of Christmas shopping, except saving up the money to do so. For some reason, once November 1st hit, I started to feel the pressure to get started – and finished, as soon as possible.

While I do tend to make a trip or two to Target or Toys R Us before the holidays, I tend to favor online shopping – especially as it gets closer to the 25th. I feel that things get hectic enough, and dealing with traffic and long lines are not something that I care to suffer through.

One of my favorite places to shop for holiday gifts is I love because I can buy electronics, music, books, toys and more. That means that I can shop for pretty much everyone on my list in one place. I have purchased countless items from over the years and have always been pleased with their service and the quality of the items I receive. They also have competitive prices – and at times, phenomenal deals. I also love the Free Super Saver Shipping option if you purchase enough qualifying items – but beware that if you choose this option your items will likely take a little bit of extra time to arrive at your doorstep.

Today I stumbled upon their Holiday Toy List, and I thought it might be helpful to some of you. You can shop by age, category, gender, and discount amount. Even if you don’t end up shopping at, it might be a good resource for you to figure out what you want to buy.

So how are things going with your holiday shopping? Have you started yet? Where are some of your favorite places to find deals?

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1 moneymatekate November 9, 2009 at 4:26 PM

I recently got a Twitter follower named “filleritem” who maintains a website that lists small items by price to help you get to that $25 minimum. You search by how much you need to make it. I figured the guy was spam-following me, but I found some great little $1 paper doll, sticker books, activity books for $1 each, Buy3Get1Free.

2 andrea November 10, 2009 at 12:11 PM

I’m done. I started over the summer when I stumbled upon a great toy clearance sale at Target and finished a few days ago. I have several children though so waiting until December 1rst like I used to do when we had just 2 or 3 is not very practical. I’m with you—I prefer shopping on-line. No waiting in lines, and the selection is much better.

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