Fisher-Price: Celebrate and Save Coupons
I mentioned before that it’s my concentrated gift-giving season in the fall and winter. And it starts now, with Charlie’s first birthday. Followed by Callum’s fifth birthday, and then Christmas, and then Mark and Oliver’s birthday all before New Year’s Day. It can get a little expensive. This is why I actually like to pick up gifts all year as I see them. If you’re not as organized as me, but you need some toys for little ones, I’m here to help you!
First of all, the Fisher-Price website is a great resource for selecting age-appropriate toys and linking it to learning through play. You can read toy reviews and do all kinds of research, whether deciding on your own what to buy or getting your child to look through the selections and pick their favourite with you. Which is my children’s preference even if I sometimes ignore their expensive wishes.
If you find a Fisher-Price toy that fits the bill for your shopping needs, be sure to check out the websaver Fisher-Price portal. There are printable coupons for up to $90 in savings. You may have also seen a coupon booklet come with some magazine subscriptions. The coupons are valid until December 31st 2012 so you’ll have lots of time to go shopping!
Two of the toys featured in those coupons have already come highly recommended by my children. The older two adore the Imaginext Eagle Talon Castle, and the baby is still rocking out to his Stand-Up Ballcano.
Have you already figured out your fall and winter toy purchases? I think we’re set except possibly for the baby. I’ll be checking the Fisher-Price website myself.
Disclosure: I am a Fisher-Price Play Ambassador and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.