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100-Piece Mega Bloks First Builders Building Block Set (various) EXPIRED

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Toys R Us has 100-Piece Mega Bloks First Builders Building Block Set (various) on sale for $9.99. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks messiah_11
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My 1yo received the classic set for his birthday. My 4yo and him both play, and it only took about a week before the baby knew how to 'build' and stack them together. Fantastic price for mega bloks!
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I'm getting payment system issues left and right
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I probably sound like a cheapass, but I always snag these sets for like $5 at goodwill...I can't stomach paying full price for most kids toys, haha.
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What the heck is the difference between these 2 sets of classic/pink? The box looks different, and the parts look different, but is one any less useful than the other? (e.g. lots of 1x1?)
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My little guy turns 1 in a couple weeks. Perfect, thanks!!
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My little guy turns 1 in a couple weeks. Perfect, thanks!!
Congrats! Perfect toy for the LO
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Grabbed it for my 14M Princess :-) TQ 🙏🏻
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What the heck is the difference between these 2 sets of classic/pink? The box looks different, and the parts look different, but is one any less useful than the other? (e.g. lots of 1x1?)
We have 3 sets of the original classic blocks and I believe they are all regular blocks (single, double, or 3 or 4 bumps to each piece to build) and the second set has some that can create roof tops or over hangs (rounded or angled pieces that don't have the bump part on the whole thing to allow you to continue building on the edge that is smooth.

Just bought a set with the curved and slanted pieces we don't have in classic to give the kids (1 & 3) added challenge since they will have to figure out what order they want to put them in a little more when building. (They love these things and we make towers that reach the ceiling and tunnels they can crawl through which I think is an advantage to the kind without the rounded/slanted edge. If I was to pick just one set to start I would pick the regular ones without the slanted/roof-type edged pieces. Hope that helps!.) Thanks OP!
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I have new nephew on the way, this looks perfect. Need to take advantage of these deals when they come around Big Grin
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That's interesting to play .Thanks
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I probably sound like a cheapass, but I always snag these sets for like $5 at goodwill...I can't stomach paying full price for most kids toys, haha.
That is a true slick deal, not cheapassiness
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We have 3 sets of the original classic blocks and I believe they are all regular blocks (single, double, or 3 or 4 bumps to each piece to build) and the second set has some that can create roof tops or over hangs (rounded or angled pieces that don't have the bump part on the whole thing to allow you to continue building on the edge that is smooth.

Just bought a set with the curved and slanted pieces we don't have in classic to give the kids (1 & 3) added challenge since they will have to figure out what order they want to put them in a little more when building. (They love these things and we make towers that reach the ceiling and tunnels they can crawl through which I think is an advantage to the kind without the rounded/slanted edge. If I was to pick just one set to start I would pick the regular ones without the slanted/roof-type edged pieces. Hope that helps!.) Thanks OP!
Regular one means the first one in the list of links ?
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