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L.O.L. Surprise! Eye Spy Pets Series 1-2 EXPIRED

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Target.com has L.O.L. Surprise! Eye Spy Pets Series 1-2 on sale for $4.94. Shipping is only available on $25+ orders. Thanks guesswho

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  • Target RedCard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period.
  • Includes 7 Layers of Surprises: (1) Spy Glass, (2) Secret Message Sticker, (3) Water Bottle, (4) Scooper, (5) Accessory, (6) Accessory and (7) L.O.L. Surprise! Eye Spy Series Pet.

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Target has the LOL Surprise Eye Spy pets series 1-2 at $4.94. Best buy had these half off BF but they are back to full price. Hurry if you want this deal. Do not know when it ends.

https://www.target.com/p/l-o-l--s...A-53318376
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There is a lot of opening individually wrapped stuff. And some change color in water. Plus there is the unknown of what you're going to get. So it's like unwrapping a present within a present. But it's all just plastic garbage, and I'm not talking about the wrappers.
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A child's version of a scratch off lotto ticket. The allure of the unknown and what might be. Not unlike a pack of baseball cards. Simple concept, but marketing genius.
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These are old model. FYI.
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These are old model. FYI.
Do kids really care if they get the "old model" or not lol
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Do kids really care if they get the "old model" or not lol
My 6 and 9 year old girls do.
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my 6 year old wants it for christmas but I don't see the appeal. Someone explain it to me like i'm a 6 year old.
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Do kids really care if they get the "old model" or not lol
Mine does.
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my 6 year old wants it for christmas but I don't see the appeal. Someone explain it to me like i'm a 6 year old.
I second this request. I read that L.O.L. Surprise! products were one of the top selling items on Amazon for Cyber Monday, and I was very surprised by that! And, I didn't need to pay for that surprise, lol! haha Smilie

When I think of other fads (Furbies, Beanie Babies, Cabbage Patch Kids, etc.), I can better understand the appeal. I'm guessing the answer involves endorphins?
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I second this request. I read that L.O.L. Surprise! products were one of the top selling items on Amazon for Cyber Monday, and I was very surprised by that! And, I didn't need to pay for that surprise, lol! haha Smilie

When I think of other fads (Furbies, Beanie Babies, Cabbage Patch Kids, etc.), I can better understand the appeal. I'm guessing the answer involves endorphins?
There is a lot of opening individually wrapped stuff. And some change color in water. Plus there is the unknown of what you're going to get. So it's like unwrapping a present within a present. But it's all just plastic garbage, and I'm not talking about the wrappers.
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There is a lot of opening individually wrapped stuff. And some change color in water. Plus there is the unknown of what you're going to get. So it's like unwrapping a present within a present. But it's all just plastic garbage, and I'm not talking about the wrappers.
It's as though some marketing person examined loot crates in video games and thought, "What if we did that with toys?" Kablamo!
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Yet here we are. Buying plastic crap for our little girls. 🤦 ♀️
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my 6 year old wants it for christmas but I don't see the appeal. Someone explain it to me like i'm a 6 year old.
Other kids bring them to school and show them to the other kids. Then kids get informed of the hype around these toys and they also want them too. Then there is the whole gambling addiction element to it because you don't know which one you'll get.....which ultimately leads to the child constantly wanting more and more to get the one they want. IMO, just buy the dolls on ebay that are already opened and don't introduce your child to "games of chance".
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my 6 year old wants it for christmas but I don't see the appeal. Someone explain it to me like i'm a 6 year old.
A child's version of a scratch off lotto ticket. The allure of the unknown and what might be. Not unlike a pack of baseball cards. Simple concept, but marketing genius.
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IMO, just buy the dolls on ebay that are already opened and don't introduce your child to "games of chance".
Wow, you just changed the game for everyone. I'm gonna look at ebay now
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I swear the weirdest ideas sell to kids in adults eyes it's just cheap little plastic garbage but kids it's like treasure
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