Australian Toy Sales Start Tonight
Tuesday, June 30th, 2009 10:50pm CDTCategories: Toy News, Store News
Posted by: i_amtrunks Views: 30,189
Starting from Midnight tonight, Thursday the 2nd of July both Big W and Kmart retail chains will begin their sales, with store not opening at midnight, opening early Thursday morning, and staying open for extended hours.
Big W has multiple Transformers figures for sale, their prices (in $AU) are below:
Transformers toy items:
Movie Scout - $12.38 (save $3.50)
Movie Deluxe - $18.93 (save $6)
Movie Voyager - $36.62 (save $12)
Movie Leader - $67.73 (save $21)
Ultimate Bumblebee - $98 (save $14)
Gravity Bots - $18.93 (save $5.73)
Fast Action Battlers - $18.93 (save $5.73)
Power Bots - $36.62 (save $12)
Bumblebee Roleplay Cannon - $53.88 (save $5)
Bumblebee Roleplay Helmet - $53.88 (save $5)
Cybertron/Universe 5-pack - $67.73 (save $20.27)
Universe Legends 5-pack - $27.98 (no saving)
Star Wars Transformers - $26.84 (save $7)
Kmart's Transformers Sale prices include:
Ultimate Bumblebee - $88 (save $111)
Bumblebee Helmet - $59 (save $20)
Bumblebee Cannon - $59 (save $20)
Legends - $5 (save $2)
Robot Heroes - $10
Scouts - $13 (save $3)
Deluxe - $22 (save $7)
Leaders - $70
Animated Supreme Rollout Out Optimus Prime - $55 (save $68)
As well as savings on other Transformers merchandise including stationary and console games.
Other retailers, including Target and Myer, will also be having their toy sales over the coming weeks, with Myer having a competition to win a Gold Lucky Draw Optimus Prime, as we reported earlier.
So to all those Transformers Fans based in Australia, happy hunting!
Credit(s): Kmart, Big W, OTCA Boards
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Posted by Aussie348 on July 1st, 2009 @ 12:29am CDT
Posted by LiKwid on July 1st, 2009 @ 3:23am CDT
Posted by Burn on July 1st, 2009 @ 3:33am CDT
The nearest Big W is an hour away, not a place I can check regularly or use to lay-by things.
The only thing close is K-Mart and they're apparently not doing Christmas lay-by on TF's.
Posted by i_amtrunks on July 1st, 2009 @ 4:55am CDT
Burn wrote:The only thing close is K-Mart and they're apparently not doing Christmas lay-by on TF's.
It seems that Kmart are trying their best to drive people to other stores sales. No real savings no lay-buy on many larger products and a smaller range of products than previous years.
Posted by Burn on July 1st, 2009 @ 5:12am CDT
Here's hoping my Target Country ignores the majority of the Country stores and gets stock in the Country stores aren't suppose to get.
Posted by Nightscreech on July 1st, 2009 @ 9:25am CDT