On Sale: 20% Off At Toys R Us With Family & Friends Voucher

Toys R Us are feeling friendly, with a surprise Family & Friends 20% off deal this weekend.

The offer is available in-store and online from Friday to Sunday (October 13th – 15th). If you are shopping online you will need to use the code FAMILY, in-store you will need to have the barcode available to be scanned (either printed or on your phone).

Toys R Us FF 20percent off October 13 2017

The offer specifically says full priced items only so won’t apply to clearance items. You should also get the Bricktober minifigure pack if you spend over $75.

You can find out more via the Toys R Us website.

6 Responses to On Sale: 20% Off At Toys R Us With Family & Friends Voucher

  1. Nekoo says:

    It mentions on the flyer under STOREWIDE* that it includes clearance goods.

  2. Free shipping says:

    For those that want to save on shipping join Australia Posts Shipster for $9.95 (valid now to the end of the year) and you will get free shipping at Toys r Us (and Myer + others) for all purchases over $25. So you can order as many times as you want and as long as your cart is over $25, then free shipping. Quite a good deal I think!

    • Steve says:

      Not all states are privileged enough to be included apparently:/

    • Mark says:

      The fine print makes it a little less appealing. It’s only for metro areas in Brisbane, Melb and Sydney. The cost of shipping has to be less than $20 value and it’s a subscription service meaning that from Jan 2018 you’ll be paying $6.95 per month. In terms of Lego it makes sense if you order regularly from Toys R Us but Myer and Target have free click and collect and their own free shipping thresholds (albeit higher spend).

  3. G.G says:

    Was going to order something and get the bonus minifigs but even this “not so popular” set has sold out!?

    • Nick says:

      Agree. The bonus minifig sets have been a nightmare. Tried multiple Toys R Us the weekend they become available and always sold out. Any idea how many of each set stores are allocated?

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