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Toys “R” Us: 7 Hasbro Games for $13 ($1.85 each)!

Beginning tomorrow (November 7, 2010), Toys “R” Us is offering a $10 Gift Card when you purchase $35 worth of Hasbro games (see page 1 of the ad).

Some of the games included in this gift card offer are also included in the Hasbro Mail-In Rebate offer. By combining these two offers, you can get seven games for as low as $13 after the Toys “R” Us gift card and mail-in-rebate. That’s just $1.85 per game!

Deal Idea

Buy 1 Chutes & Ladders — $3
Buy 1 Candy Land — $3
Buy 1 Ants in the Pants — $5
Buy 1 Don’t Break the Ice — $5
Buy 1 Memory — $5
Buy 1 Hi Ho Cherry-O — $5
Buy 1 $9 Game (Trouble, Scrabble or Monopoly)
Pay $35 plus tax out of pocket, Get a $10 Gift Card
Submit for the $12 Mail-In Rebate
$13 total for all 7 games (just $1.85 each) after the $10 gift card and rebate

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60 Comments

  • Amy says:

    Wow that looks like a great deal!!

  • jocy says:

    Thank you!! Great deal!! Where do I get the Hasbro offer??

  • Great Deal. Last time when they had the BOGO+Rebate deal, I stocked up hasbro games and their free stuff toys which came in handy with kids’ B’day parties.

  • Shannon says:

    great i am going their tomorrow anyways… where do we get the rebate form from?

  • I think there was a $10 GC wyb $75 on the holiday wish catalog. If it has not expired, could you use both of these coupons together?

  • Nicole says:

    I don’t see this deal at my Toys R Us 🙁

    • Nicole says:

      @Nicole, Oh, found it! It wasn’t showing up for my store at first!! I’m planning on getting 6 of the $5 games and the 2 $3 games. $36 total – $10 GC – $16 Rebate = $10 or $1.25 per game!! I hope they have all of these games in stock!!

  • Melissa says:

    I have a $5 off $19.99 purchase of combined hasbro games. It was on a box of Frosted Flakes I bought last week. The family size box Maybe I will buy $40 worth use 2 $5 coupons then get rebates & gift card. Thanks for the heads up!! Where is the rebate form available at?

    • Melissa says:

      @Melissa,

      Question…..Can you use the two together or do I need to buy $45 to be able to use the Q’s & still get the gift card? Still new to this and learning lots every day.

      • kristen says:

        @Melissa, Hi Melissa. If you are using manufacturer’s coupons they usually count toward the $ amount you need to spend because the store is still receiving this money as payment – just from another source than you. So… you should not need to get up to the $45 mark.

  • Rose says:

    Clue is not part of the rebate.

  • Shelby says:

    Where do I get the Toys R Us ad?

  • caroline says:

    Just a small caution: my neighbor and I both did this deal last November. Neither of us received our rebate. The other downside was having to use the Toys R Us gift card there. To be honest, even with 9 children I found I had nothing at all I was willing to buy there. I ended up selling my card to a friend. In the end, this was no deal for me 🙁

  • Angie says:

    I got my rebate last year no problem and it actually came much more quickly than expected.

  • Kelly Hess says:

    I have the breakdown on the rebate on my blog with the games included and the amounts!
    http://spendless2savemore.blogspot.com/2010/11/get-over-100-back-on-hasbro-games-at.html

  • crystal c says:

    YOU CAN MAKE THE DEAL MORE SWEET BY $5 !!!!!
    THERE’S A $5 OFF ANY HASBRO GAMES TOTTALLING $19.99 OR MORE COUPON ON SPECIALLY MARKED KELLOGGS CEREAL BOX. MINE WAS ON A FRUIT LOOPS BOX

  • winter says:

    Anyone know if the 10 gift card is available for on line purchases. We don’t have a toys are us here 🙁

  • shelly says:

    Did this deal last year, great way to stock up on birthday gifts! One word of “warning” though, the $10 giftcard that you receive after purchasing $35 in games is normally only good for a month or two. Not really something that you can “roll” to the next deal 🙁

  • lisa says:

    I did this deal today. my inital total at the register after buying what should have been 36 dollars worth of games was 29. they added the “free gift card” and my total was then 39. It confused me, and the store manager so much but they refunded me 10 bucks, gave me the gift card, and charged me 39. But I got 20 back and I still get to to the mail in rebate of 13 dollars. So I guess I paid 6 bucks for 7 games. Works for me!

  • Amanda says:

    In the original deal posted, isn’t the mail-in rebate total $15, not $12? There are 6 games (each with a $2 rebate) and one game with a $3 rebate. This means 7 games for $10 after everything or $1.43 each.

  • Rebekah says:

    There is also a FREE chocolate Monopoly or Scrabble promo going when you purchase Trouble (or about 7 other games). Ours was out, but the manager told me I could come back in later in the week and get it since they’re having 4 trucks come in.

    It did the same thing to me too on the promo (had taken off $10 Hasboro promotion @ register) – had it down to $27 and when I asked about the $10 gift card it made the total $34…but I was there w/ 4 kids 4 & under @ lunch time so just ran…

  • Danielle says:

    Does this work on pre sale price or on the sale price?

  • Lena says:

    Just at toysrus. Games must be hasboro to get the $10 gift card. Still a good deal. Will crunch numbers and post later

  • Lena says:

    Okay, the cashier and manager told me the Milton Bradley games do not qualify for the $10 gift card, the game box had to say Hasboro. This meant that most of the prek/k aged games were out. So here’s what we got instead

    Trouble – $9
    Connect Four – $10.99
    Scrabble – $10.99
    Memory – $5
    ———————
    Paid – $35.98
    received a $10 giftcard, we’re at $25.98
    rebates submitted for $11. . .
    the total paid was only $14.94 for all four games.

    Plus, they had playdough BOGO 50% off.
    The 6 lb tubs were on clearance for half off already at $4.98, so we got two of those to put away for Christmas, too. Playdough total $7.47

    • RK says:

      @Lena, I think they were wrong. I don’t have the ad in front of me, but on their website, if you click on the link for the deal, a number of the MB pre-K games (Candy Land, etc.) show up.

  • Traci says:

    I think we already have almost all those games, but what a great way to make a fabulous donation!

  • Brandi says:

    My MIL did this deal and actually miscounted her total. The total was only $31.98 and they gave her the $10 giftcard. I read on another forum that the registers are offering the giftcard for the regular price of the games not the sale price so the deal may be even better!

  • Andrea says:

    I try to take advantage of this deal every year and then donate the games to Toys 4 Tots. I did get my rebate last year!!

  • Brandi says:

    My MIL and I tried to do this deal and actually miscalculated our total. Our game total was only $31.98 and the register still automatically gave the $10 giftcard. I read on another forum that the registers were calculating the game total based on the regular price of the items instead of the sale price. This may mean that, like in our case, the register will offer the $10 gift card even if your total isn’t $35!

  • rachel says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong please, but the rebate says that it is good only for the listed versions of the games. So it seems to me that it would not be good for the Monopoly JR., the STAR WARS Trouble (shown in the ad on sale), or the Scrabble JR. ? Since the JR. versions or the Star Wars version are not listed as valid for a rebate I’d be cautious in buying those expecting a rebate. ???What do you think? (I was hoping to get those particular ones myself with a rebate!)

  • Lisa Howard says:

    Had a very nice surprise at the register – the $10 gift card came to me bsed on the pre-sale price! I went in expecting to just get the handful of games that would be $1 or $3 after the rebate – Candy Land, Chutes and Ladders (both $3 each on sale), and three of the “Ants in the Pants” style games (on sale for $5). That made my total at the register about $24. But I got the gift card anyway! And my rebate will be for $10 – $4 for five games!
    I needed some new sippy cups for my infant anyway, so I used the card to get them free, plus have $1.27 left on it. 🙂

  • Mary-Kate says:

    After purchasing the following games, I spent 16.96 OOP and will receive $18.00 back ($10 gift card + $8.00 in rebates) = my games will be FREE!!!

    *Candyland
    *Chutes & Ladders
    *Don’t Break the Ice
    *Memory

  • Trinity says:

    I got:
    Pictureka,Perfection,Battleship, life, connect 4, chutes and ladders,memory games, scrabble, cootie, ants in the pants, don’t spill the beans, 2 really nice playdoh sets BOGO 50% off. So $115.50-$20 Gc (stacked $35 hasbro deal with $75 deal) – $22 in rebates =$73.50 for presents That’s not bad and I got enough for all 3 kids! SCORE! Not as cheap as I was hoping but still a good deal. $5.65 per item.My family loves games and we have family game night and our games have pretty much been “played through” so this was perfect! They were out of the FREE chocolate monopoly and scrabble(you get it free when you buy 3 certain Hasbro games) at our Toys r us but my mom was able to get one of each where she lives. They were in the candy aisle there, not the aisle.

  • Marta says:

    We purchased 6 games last night for $38 (with a savings of $44), plus we got the $10 gift card, we’ll get a $14 Hasboro rebate AND from now until the end of the year you get 10% back on all your purchases, for use at the beginning of the year… so really another $3.80 in store credit!

    Most of these games we’ll be donating to Toys for Tots… very cool! 🙂

  • Natalie says:

    Beware – customer service at my local Toys R Us told me today that Hasbro ended the gift card promotion yesterday because of the quantity of gift cards that had been given out. I called corporate from the store and talked to a customer service rep because I felt like I was being given the run around. After 40 minutes of phone calls and reprocessing receipts, here is the deal I got:

    Scrabble $10
    Sorry $10
    Hi Ho Cherry O $5
    Cootie $5
    Chutes & Ladders $3
    Candy Land $3
    Toy Story Memory $5

    Game total = $36

    Coupons:
    $5 off of select Hasbro games (Scrabble) found in a Scrabble Slam card game box
    $5 off of select Hasbro games (Sorry) found in a Monopoly Deal card game box
    $5 off of a $25 purchase Toys R Us coupon received for joining the TRU birthday club
    $10 off that they gave me as an instant savings instead of issuing the gift card because of the “ended promotion”

    Total OOP = $11

    Will submit for $16 in Hasbro rebates, making this deal a five dollar money maker!!!!!!

    Go me!

    • Natalie says:

      Oops…..off on my numbers a bit. Game total should have been $41 – so did not make anything on the deal, but got all the games for free.

  • Lisa says:

    When you get your Toys R Us receipt, you may see that games such as Don’t Break the Ice and Ants in the Pants are labeled as “Cooties” on the receipt. Hasboro says it’s aware of the issue (called 800-255-5516) and you can go ahead and submit the rebate. They can tell what you bought from the numbers on the receipt.

  • Aimee says:

    Thank you for posting this. Really excited about stocking up on these games for my boys and/or for gifts! Saved about $70 off retail price.

  • jacinta spinola says:

    I’m really disappointed with my Toys R Us trip today. I printed out the blog post and bought each game listed. Toys R Us would not give me the $10 gift card because several of the games in the blog post are Milton Bradley games, and the paper ad says $35 in Hasbro games. I’m going to submit for the Rebate anyway and see what happens.

    EXTREMELY FRUSTRATED!

  • BB says:

    To jacinta spinola – It’s not that the games weren’t included. Toys R Us stopped giving the gift cards out altogether. False advertising, in my opinion.

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