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    Big w catalogue is online I'd you didn't know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I was unimpressed as well. Won't be getting anything!
    It's a dud.

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    I have already perused the catalogue and made my list . My kids only get toys at Christmas and on Birthdays so I will be doing a few laybuys. I will be getting DS2's birthday gifts (outdoor things, especially Little Tikes which are much more affordable during sales), all 3 kiddies Christmas gifts (just small things though as we are going to the USA in February) and a car seat for the new bubba for when she grows out of her capsule.

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    I thought the target one was a dud. Big w is better this year!
    And I have just seen the toys r us one and that's best!
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    agreed big w is cheaper on all the items that were also in the target one.. one even by 20 dollars.. so if you kids like dino train get them at big w much much cheaper!!

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    I wont be going to Target this year I will check out Big W. Target has barely got anything for anyone on a small budget. Soooooo not impressed!

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    Aldi have toys on sale this Wednesday... There is a cool looking tin ride on plane or car

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    I am getting a loopsy house hopefully for DD and have to look for DS first birthday present and his Christmas presents too....

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    Big W is better than Target. I want to get Ds 2 the Hot wheels wall track set, it's $34 at Big W and $40 at Target an the Skylanders are another $1 cheaper at Big W. So I'll do my shopping at Big W, just have to find someone who minds the boys then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coffee View Post
    Big W is better than Target. I want to get Ds 2 the Hot wheels wall track set, it's $34 at Big W and $40 at Target an the Skylanders are another $1 cheaper at Big W. So I'll do my shopping at Big W, just have to find someone who minds the boys then.
    The big w website says you can online layby from the 21st

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