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Bringing Customers "All The Toys, All The Time," Offers Great Online Deals On Thousands Of In-Demand Toys Thanksgiving Day Through Cyber Monday

First National Television Commercial Dedicated to Promoting Company's Cyber Monday Plans Will Air Sunday, November 25 and Monday, November 26

WAYNE, N.J., Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- To celebrate the official start of the holiday shopping season, Toys"R"Us® today announced exceptional deals and savings on thousands of items on, beginning Thanksgiving morning through Cyber Monday. Customers will have early access to the company's "Biggest Cyber Monday Ever," as online shoppers "click start" to fulfill little ones' wish lists beginning at 6pm EST on Sunday, November 25.

For customers looking to shop before eating their turkey dinners, will offer special online-only savings starting at 12:01am on Thanksgiving Day. In addition, once gift-givers' bellies are full of mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, they can visit to access extraordinary Black Friday deals. Those out and about traveling or visiting loved ones can take advantage of these fantastic discounts from their mobile devices through the newly redesigned Toys"R"Us mobile site and app.

"For 'all the toys, all the time,' parents and gift-givers can access great savings and site wide free shipping offers beginning Thanksgiving morning through Cyber Monday on," said Melody Young, Vice President, General Merchandising Manager, Specialty Retail and e-commerce Merchandising, Toys"R"Us, Inc. "Toys"R"Us is THE destination for the hottest toys of the season and we are providing deal-seekers convenient access to savings no matter how they want to shop, even while on-the-go."

Additionally, for the first time, Toys"R"Us will promote its Cyber Monday offers with a national television commercial, featuring the "TRU" News team of cub reporters. The commercial will air Sunday, November 25 and Monday, November 26 on major networks, including FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, TBS, TNT, Lifetime, TLC, ABC Family, Bravo, Food Network, USA, CW and E!, among others.

Following are select deals starting at 12:01am EST on Thanksgiving, November 22, while supplies last:

  • 20% OFF LEGO® Duplo, SpongeBob, Super Heroes and LEGO Games
  • SAVE UP TO 25% on ALL Radio Flyer®
  • 25% OFF select Hello Kitty® Electronics
  • SAVE 25% on Disney® Fairies Dolls and Play Sets
  • SAVE 30% on select Fisher-Price® Infant Toys
  • SAVE UP TO 25% on ALL Power Wheels®
  • 25% OFF K'NEX Products and Building Sets
  • 50% OFF Lite Sprites Dolls and Play Sets Gets a Jump Start on Cyber Monday with Super Savings on Thousands of Items Beginning at 6pm EST on Sunday, November 25 (unless otherwise noted), while supplies last:

  • FREE Skylanders Giantswith the purchase of Nintendo 3DS XL for $199.99 ($74.99 value. This deal begins at 8am on Monday, November 26. Limit 3000.)
  • Save UP TO 40% OFF on select Skylanders figures and product
  • $25 OFF a purchase of $100 or more on LEGO Ninjago
  • SAVE UP TO 40% OFF on select Monster High® dolls and accessory sets
  • SAVE UP TO 40% OFF on select LEGO sets
  • SAVE UP TO 40% OFF on select NERF® items
  • Buy One Get One 50% off ALL Hasbro® Games
  • Buy One Get One 50% off ALL Calico Critters
  • 50% OFF select Hunger Games merchandise (excludes DVD)
  • SAVE UP TO 50% OFF on ALL Melissa & Doug® products
  • SAVE 40% on select Jake and the Neverland Pirates toys
  • SAVE 50% on select Minnie Mouse toys
  • 20% OFF One Direction dolls and playsets
  • SAVE UP TO $25 on LeapFrog® Leapster GS value bundles, Leap Pad 2 value bundles and Tag Learn to Read value bundles
  • SAVE $40 on LEGO Technic Motorized Excavator
  • SAVE $45 on Mega Bloks Halo UNSC Elephant
  • SAVE UP TO 25% OFF on ALL Power Wheels
  • SAVE UP TO  30% OFF on ALL  Step 2® Outdoor Play
  • Buy One Get One 50% off ALL Power Rangers Action Figures
  • 20% OFF Winx Club® Dolls
  • 15% OFF Loving Family Dollhouses and Playsets

In addition, starting at 6pm EST on Sunday, November 25, MasterCard® cardholders can take advantage of a special online-only limited time offer on enabling them to save $25 on toy purchases of $150 or more when ANY MasterCard card is used at checkout with promotional code MC25.* Celebrates Kickoff to the Holiday Shopping Season with Online Savings
Those shopping for babies and toddlers can take advantage of special online-only discounts throughout the holiday weekend. The following are select deals available on beginning at 7am EST on Black Friday, November 23, while supplies last:

  • SAVE UP TO 50% OFF ALL Carter's Clothing, Bedding Furniture and Gear
  • SAVE 30% OFF ALL Diaper Bags
  • SAVE 30% OFF Combi 4-in-1 Car Activity Walkers
  • SAVE UP TO $200 on Kids Bedroom Furniture
  • SAVE UP TO 30% OFF ALL Truly Scrumptious by Heidi Klum merchandise

During the site's Cyber Monday event beginning at 7am EST on Sunday, November 25, gift-givers and expectant parents can save UP TO 40% OFF thousands of items on, including car seats, strollers, furniture, bedding, infant care and much more.

Free Shipping Offers on throughout Thanksgiving Weekend and Cyber Monday
From Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday, online customers can get free shipping on thousands of toys and baby products with purchases of $49 or more** at and Additionally, gift-givers can utilize some of the company's popular omnichannel offerings to avoid shipping costs. Cyber Monday shoppers can choose "Buy Online, Pick Up in Store" where available and pick up their purchases the same day at their local store, or "Ship to Store" for select "big gift" items and have them delivered to the store of their choice within 7-17 days. These omnichannel services are also available through the newly enhanced Toys"R"Us app and mobile site for busy shoppers on the go.

For all the latest news about the 2012 Holiday Season at Toys"R"Us, visit "R" Holiday Press Room at

*For a limited time, receive $25 off your toy purchase of $150 or more (excluding Apple products, video game consoles/handhelds and hardware, tax, shipping & handling, and Buyer Protection Plan) when you use promotional code MC25 and any MasterCard card at checkout. To meet the promotion code requirements, MasterCard card must be entered as method of payment and $150 or more must be applied to that card. Discount will be applied at "Order Review" and not in the "Shopping Cart." Neither the purchase of a gift card nor a purchase made using a gift card applies toward the $150. Offer applies to online transactions at only. Offer expires November 26, 2012 at 12:00pm EST or after 20,000 offers have been redeemed, whichever occurs first. Offer not applicable to canceled orders due to out-of-stock merchandise.  Discount not applicable with returned merchandise; total discount will be deducted from the value of any returned item to which the discount applied. This promotional offer may be modified or terminated at any time without notice. We reserve the right to cancel any order due to unauthorized, altered, or ineligible use of a discount. MasterCard and the MasterCard Brand Mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard. All rights reserved.
**Standard shipping only to lower 48 states, street addressed. Excludes video game consoles/handhelds and hardware, gift cards, Buyer Protection Plan and select oversized items.

About Toys"R"Us, Inc.

Toys"R"Us, Inc. is the world's leading dedicated toy and juvenile products retailer, offering a differentiated shopping experience through its family of brands. Merchandise is sold in 875 Toys"R"Us and Babies"R"Us stores in the United States and Puerto Rico, and in more than 640 international stores and over 150 licensed stores in 35 countries and jurisdictions. In addition, it exclusively operates the legendary FAO Schwarz brand and sells extraordinary toys in the brand's flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City. With its strong portfolio of e-commerce sites including,, and, it provides shoppers with a broad online selection of distinctive toy and baby products. Headquartered in Wayne, NJ, Toys"R"Us, Inc. employs approximately 70,000 associates annually worldwide. The company is committed to serving its communities as a caring and reputable neighbor through programs dedicated to keeping kids safe and helping them in times of need. Additional information about Toys"R"Us, Inc. can be found on Follow Toys"R"Us, Babies"R"Us and FAO Schwarz on Facebook at, and and on Twitter at and

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