Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Target Toy sale and a $50 Target voucher!!

I'm always on the hunt for a good bargain and I will hunt high and low for it. Combining my love of a bargain and hunting is the Target Toy Race on 26 June. I am fairly certain this will bring out all my worst traits but I'll end the day a happy, happy girl. The Target Toy Sale is always amazing and I'm planning on hitting it in a major way. I'm going to have all my gifts, presents, bribes, stocking stuffers, and sorry-I-was-too-lazy-to-make-dinner gifts sorted for the next 6 months.

I must admit that I am a little scared for anyone else participating in the Target Toy Race. I can be so very competitive and it won't be pretty. I will be the lady with the frantic look in her eye, wondering where the hell she left her trolley and children. I'll have to find a way to fasten them all to my body.

There are a few things on my must-hunt-down list. My girls will think I am awesome if I manage to get my hands on a couple of iCoustic Tower Speakers. The girls and I love to have spontaneous dance parties while we are getting ready for school. These will be awesome for that.
I'll also grab anything with Lego written on the side. I love the 6 hours of silence that comes after the box is opened and the girls are constructing colourful, Lego houses.

Now, how would you like to win a $50 Target voucher!!!!

To enter:
1. Comment below or on facebook - Tell me what you would hunt down in Target with your voucher.
2. Do this prior to 6am on 6 July 2013
3. Make sure you leave an email address so I can contact you and
4. If you like Redcliffe Style on Facebook, that would be nice too but not a deal breaker :)


The Target Toy Sale runs from 26 June 2013 to 17 July 2013.


I have not received payment for this article, I was offered vouchers and I snapped them up because I already shop at Target and was happy to share it.

53 comments:

  1. I'd hunt down some Disney Princess goodies, along with anything Toy Story related, the little one would go crazy for both!

    trashinfekt@gmail.com

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  2. I would be the crazy lady grabbing all the Disney Cars related goodies.
    geaniicakes@gmail.com

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  3. My son went crazy for a Spiderman CD player he saw in Target, I would love to get it for him for Christmas and watch him dance away to music!!
    narellerock@yahoo.com.au

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  4. I'd be buying some sort of fangle-dangle fisher price toy for my precious neice's 1st birthday or some lego for our soob-to-be-son (or should i say husband)

    peta_ballerina@hotmail.com

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  5. I NEED to buy the Vintage Cabbage Patch doll with blonde hair and 2 pony tails I tried to talk my 7 year old daughter into wanting it with no luck so looks like my 16 week old baby girl will be getting it from Santa I loved mine growing up only wish my Mother had kept it :-)

    saekae@bigpond.net.au

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  6. I would put it towards buying a trampoline. Not sure if our bed can take the bouncing. Plus at 45 I think it is high time I had my first trampoline. Oh, I mean I think Jarvis would love one for his 2nd birthday.
    http://iliska-dreams.blogspot.com.au/

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  7. We are on the hunt for a Fireman Sam Station.
    My son's face lights up he hears a Fire Engine, see's Fireman Sam on TV and speaks to his Godfather in the UK via Skype (also called Sam and looks like Fireman Sam)

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  8. I'd have fun choosing!
    Take care
    Elaine xo

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  9. The twins turn 3 in July so would be very handy for cashed strapped us lol. They both want bikes so would go towards that. Good to see you back Rachel, was wondering where you've been :-). Sarah dsasbird@bigpond.com

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  10. I will be hunting down a Hello Kitty plush for Little miss 2! Target is the only place around here i know i can get one, yey! ....And of course this has nothing what-so-ever to do with my own love of all things Hello Kitty, lol. ;)

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  11. Anything with Peppa Pig on it. We don't even watch it! But Ashleigh loves her Peppa Pig books, and now has some Memory cards and an umbrella in her ever-expanding collection. She wants ALL THE PEPPA THINGS!

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

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  12. Definitely Leap Pad games! Emma is 4 and she loves her Leap Pad, but just has the basics. And anything Thomas the Tank Engine for Harry :)

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  13. I'll be heading straight to all the Peppa Pig stuff! My two littlies LOVE Peppa, and I... I mean my son has his eye on George especially - we love the he has Mr. Dinosaur with him :)

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  14. My life won't be worth living if I don't secure the Octonauts mega gup set, complete character set and the bath squirters for my Octonauts obsessed almost 6yo daughter. There will be lots of exploring (hunting through the store), rescuing (from the lonely shelves) and protecting (from the other parents and her hands until her birthday); though, you probably need to watch the show to know what that means lol.
    Thanks! Amy - awesome_ames@hotmail.com

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  15. On my hunt-down list is Barbie Sisters' Cruise Ship
    For my daughter loves barbie
    and it'll make her very happy
    At 50% off at Target
    You can't beat that price!

    Thank you! Ei - eisabainyo at yahoo.com

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  16. L-EGO, LEGO, and more LEGO
    E-ntertains for hours
    G-reat skill and educational development
    O-nly limited by your imagination

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  17. I'm so over toys that I would head straight for my girls' next obsession books or even a deposit on a ereader!

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  18. I'd be hunting down whichever Little People sets I could get
    my hands on, but hoping for the pop n' surprise train set. Loving the
    savings on these sets specifically this year, because they're such a
    popular group of toys!

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  19. Lego! My little boy was looking thru the toy catalogues and the most prominent request was Lego, Lego, Lego

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  20. I'd be hunting down the LEGO The Lone Ranger Constitution Train Chase. It's not just the children who have their hearts set on this.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  21. Lego Duplo and Board Games so that the whole family can play together. Of course I would also browse the Barbie sections too being the mother of two girls.

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  22. I despise stepping on it, there is a certain noise it makes when it goes up the vacuum cleaner and it can survive a full washing machine and dryer cycle - LEGO. Specifically the long awaited ( in our home ) Batman Arkham Assylum breakout set. My kids have expensive taste!

    Marc_guyr AT hotmail DOT com

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  23. I would hunt down anything crafy and/or dress-up stuff, my daughter loves arty, crafy, pretend type stuff, so that is what I would look for!

    galwayst@hotmail.com

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  24. i would hunt down a dora with the horse for my daughter that we promised her after a hospital procedure.

    danielleroberts@y7mail.com

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  25. I would hunt down Hot Wheels tracks. My little one has plenty of Hot Wheels cars and need an awesome track to have more fun.
    lindtar@gmail.com

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  26. I would buy Fisher-Price Fun Park Bouncer and Sesame Street Squeeze-A-Songs for my two months old baby boy.

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  27. I'd be hunting down some Lego to replace the bits this Nan-Nan accidentally vacuumed up...before my grandsons send me to the naughty corner...10 minutes for every year ...that's the rule...at my age I might never get out!
    tailz52@bigpond.com

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  28. I'd be off to raid the Cabbage Patch!

    popeyes_girl_22222@yahoo.com

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  29. Duplo for my 1 year old. Octonauts for my 3 year old. Sky landers for my 7 year old. Crafts for my 11 year old and an iTunes voucher for my 14 year old. To tick any of these off the Christmas list would be a huge help.
    winjup@gmail.com

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  30. A Train Set for my nearly 2 yr old daughter who's mad about trains - and she's not even a tomboy!

    kmmp.mail@gmail.com

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  31. A garage for my kids' cars. My daughter and son are crazy for anything with wheels! nic.tesla@gmail.com

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  32. a new best friend for my daughter and her Cabbage Patch Doll, they are looking for a 3rd person to join their little gang!

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  33. Would hunt down some Lego,
    it's just so great,
    something I do appreciate.
    Keeping the kids entertained(sometimes) happily for hours,
    (A chance for me to have a shower!)
    Thank-you Lego you can't be beat.
    For allowing a toilet break in peace!
    party1970@gmail.com

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  34. I would hunt down a basketball, it is my sons favourite sport,
    He then can dribble up and down the court,and if I'm lucky a bball ring to throw his brand new bball in.

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  35. I would hunt down a Sulley pillow pet and anything with The Smurfs on it.
    melaniemcneill@live.com.au

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  36. I would hunt down some red foxy gum boots to survive this Sydney down pour!

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  37. It would have to be the Little Tikes Get Out N Grill BBQ, I know my son likes to cook and we are in need of one of these on our new patio, great for the Summer he can cook along side dad.

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  38. Some cute girly toys for my new little princess, finally an excuse to buy all the pink things after having 2 boys!

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  39. I'd hunt down a board game that covers 4 - 12 year age range, as the xbox is luring the eldest away from the youngest. Need some 'family' bonding fun...(and I love board games - what the hell is wrong with these kids???!!!)

    pandoraandmax (at) gmail (dot) com

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  40. I'd have to hunt down anything with Thomas the Tank Engine on it, my little man is obsessed with Thomas!

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  41. I would hunt down some awesome Little People sets for my sons 2nd birthday later this month! that would really put a big smile on his dial :) Ill even wear cammo to do it!

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    1. Dani @ A Wishful WhimsyJuly 1, 2013 at 10:44 PM

      oh and sorry my email is awishfulwhimsy@gmail.com

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  42. Any Monsters University product - my little monsters are 'Sully'vating over anything to with the movie!

    Bert

    bertcolombi@gmx.com

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  43. Dora the Explorer goodies - a'Dora'ble for my little one!

    Marie

    mariep200381@yahoo.com.au

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  44. 1D Anything lol I know it would keep my girls amused for months!!

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  45. I'd buy LEGO so my son can LEt GO of my leg
    and I can carry on shopping

    jennie.paul@hotmail.com

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  46. Have no fear, as Elmo gear, always saves the day, that giant smile, for any child, puts all those tears at bay.

    waynod@live.com.au

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  47. i would love to to buy the 5 in 1 activity art easel or a cute little Furby party rockers for my grandchildren


    petrie46@hotmail.com

    good luck all

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  48. Barbie and her Pink Car
    for my little girl
    who is 6 this month
    with a licence to drive

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  49. I would be hunting down all the cute boy's baby cloths.

    sallygregzak@outlook.com

    thanks, cool comp :D

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