Looking for Christmas gift ideas for your kids or grandkids? You’ve come to the right place. As part of Cyber Monday Deals Week, Amazon has a one-day-only deal on various toys — the best of which, if you ask me, are planes, trains and automobiles. Brands included are Lionel, Little Tikes and Tonka. But there are more, as well, as there are more than 5 dozen toys on sale.
I’ve listed some of the best below. Check out the entire deal here.
Normally $100, this train set is 45 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Lionel John Deere Ready to Play Train Set on sale for $55.15
Normally $40, this front loader toy is 48 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Tonka 90697 Classic Steel Front End Loader Vehicle on sale for $20.85
Normally $370, this train set is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Lionel Mickey Mouse & Friends Express LionChief Set with Bluetooth Train Set on sale for $148.61
Normally $11, this toy plane is 50 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
United Airlines 777 airplane toy plane, RT6266 on sale for $5.52
Normally $110, this trike is 53 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Little Tikes Perfect Fit 4-in-1 Trike on sale for $51.20
Normally $83, this radio control vehicle is 38 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Toy State Nikko Turbo Panther X2 Blue 1:10 Scale Radio Control (FFP) Vehicle on sale for $51.35
Normally $25, this Hatchimals Advent calendar is 53 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Hatchimals Colleggtibles – Advent Calendar with Exclusive Characters & Paper Craft Accessories, for Ages 5 & Up on sale for $11.69
It’s officially Cyber Monday Deals Week, and the Daily Dealer will be keeping an eagle eye on the best deals, so make sure you keep checking in. We are keeping a running list of Cyber Week’s best deals here.
Photo via Amazon
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