Toys R Us: Crayola Colored Bubbles as Low as $0.98 Each

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Reader Kelly found a super deal on Crayola bubbles at Toys R Us.  This week, all Crayola outdoor chalk and bubbles are marked down to B1G1 Free.  Not only that, there are some coupons you can stack with the deal to make it even better!  Here’s the scoop:

Crayola Bubble Blower, $12.99
Crayola Bubbles with Wand, FREE (promotion)
Less 20% off in-ad coupon*
Less $2/1 Crayola Washable Bubbles 4/3/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
Final Price: $8.39 for both items after stacked coupons

You could also pick up 2 – 2 packs of bubbles for as low as $1.99 total or just $0.98 each!  Here’s how:

Crayola Washable Bubbles Wand Set2, $5.99
Less $2/1 Crayola Washable Bubbles 4/3/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
Final Price: 2/$1.99 (use 2 – $2/1 coupons with the B1G1 Free sale

I do need to include a personal review about this product.  I personally didn’t like it.  It claims it is washable and it really isn’t.  My hands were instantly stained red from the first drop that hit them.  I did get it to wash out, but they were horrible messy.  We actually did throw ours away, but I don’t want my personal thoughts to prevent you from trying it out yourself.  It’s certainly your own decision, I am just sharing my thoughts and opinions on the product so you aren’t surprised if you end up having the same experiences.

*This coupon states it excludes toys, however Kelly was able to use it.  So, you may or may not be able to use it at your store.

Thanks, Kelly!

Comments

  1. says

    readers commend you that you do not want to bias their opinion. however,the comments on collin’ship2save. is reason enough not to buy this product.

  2. says

    readers commend you that you do not want to bias their opinion. however,the comments on collin’s hip2save. is reason enough not to buy this product.

  3. Sarah says

    Thanks for your honest opinion. I always read reviews on products I buy, so your comments are very helpful here! Bubbles might be a hard product to master. I have bought so many over the years that just don’t work. I think I might have to try making my own this year!

    • Tracie says

      Of course!! If you figure out a good recipe, I know my readers would LOVE to hear about it!

  4. Emily Christensen says

    I got these for my boys for Valentines Day (ages 3 and 5). I opened them for the 3 year old last week and realized immediately that they are not appropriate for him — or me for that matter. I would just caution anyone that buys these to read the label and NOT use indoors. They didn’t stain anything outside permanently, but they are a frightful mess! Even turned my son’s hair green when a bubble popped on his head! My hands (I didn’t let him use them) were green for most of the night. Hope this doesn’t violate any TOUs!!