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21-06-2014 13:44 #71
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21-06-2014 20:01 #73
I just looked online at big w and it was disappointing tbh.
21-06-2014 20:03 #74
21-06-2014 20:21 #75
21-06-2014 20:24 #76
I think with toys r us you have to have at least $200 to layby.
I agree with the cost of things there being ridiculously overpriced I really only get thing that are on clearance from there.
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21-06-2014 20:32 #77
21-06-2014 20:43 #78
I get most of my toys from toys r us mainly as they have a bigger range than the other stores - I found the sales usually pretty good there last year
Oh and they price match !
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21-06-2014 20:59 #79
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