Toys R Us and Hasbro Team Up for Board Game Deals!

This week (11/7 – 11/13), Toys R Us and Hasbro are teaming up once again to bring board games to your home and gift pile.  Family time is so important, and board games are a great way to spend the cold winters or hot summers together.  And I know you’ll want to grab some of these games for people on your gift list.  Also, these make excellent gifts to donate!

You can get a number of games for about $1 each after rebate.  The Toys R Us Hasbro Game Rebate is printable and can be downloaded by clicking the Hasbro-Game-Night-Rebate-Form.  You may also find the form at your local Toys R Us store as well.  There are 24 games offering a rebate, but only one rebate per game.

Toys R Us is also offering a $10 Toys R Us gift card with any Hasbro Game purchase of $35 or more.

Here are some of the games, but check your store for all the deals.

Candy Land and Chutes and Ladders, $3.00 ea
$2 mail in rebate
$1 ea. after mail in rebate

Ants in the Pants, Cootie, Don’t Break the Ice, Don’t Spill the Beans, Hi Ho Cherry-O and Memory, $5.00 ea
$2 mail in rebate
$3 ea. after mail in rebate

Clue, Monopoly Junior, Scrabble Junior and Trouble (Star Wars Edition), $9.00 ea
$3 mail in rebate
$6 ea. after main in rebate

Deal Scenario

Buy (2) games from the $3 group
Buy (5) games from the $5 group
Pay $36.00
Receive $10 Toys R Us gift card at checkout
Send in for $16 from the Hasbro-Game-Night-Rebate-Form
$1.25 per game after rebate and gift card!


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