Toys R Us April 21-28 sale ad offers coupons and gift cards

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toys r us sale ad april 21-28 2013The Toys R Us sale ad for the week is out and it’s pretty good. I’d even say it’s quite nice for people who want a 3DS game or recent release. Depending on what you buy, you can end up getting a free gift card with your purchase. There are even coupons available that can net you a deep discount on a value game or a free action figure.

The big deal is on the 3DS and 3DS XL. If someone buys either the $169.99 or $199.99 system and a copy of Luigi’s Mansion 2 for $39.99 or Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity for $34.99, they’ll get a $20 Toys R Us gift card. I’d recommend going for the 3DS XL, as Club Nintendo’s 3DS XL promotion is still running until April 30, 2013. Getting the 3DS XL and either of those two games gets you one of five other games for free as well. Which means you could end up with a 3DS, two games and a gift card that could easily net you another.

The other Toys R Us deals are game related. Dead Island: Riptide (PS3, Xbox 360) is $49.99 and comes with a $15 gift card. Injustice: Gods Among Us (PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) is $59.99 and comes with a Batman figure and $15 gift card, provided you print out the appropriate coupon and bring it along. The last deal involves Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins (3DS) and another coupon from that sheet I just linked to a moment ago. If you buy that game for $29.99 and present the coupon, you can get any $19.99, in stock video game for any system for 70% off. In case you don’t like math, that means the $19.99 game would then be $6.

Before you go, there is one other coupon of interest.Toys R Us is holding one of its Make Your Own Sale events. That means you get a coupon for 20% off one item that is good until April 27, 2013. Unfortunately, it pretty much only applies to toys, as video games, video game hardware, Apple products, tablets and netbooks are exempt. On the plus side, if there’s a video game action figure or toy you wanted, you could use it to take 20% off of it.

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