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100-Piece Playmags 3D Magnetic Toy Blocks EXPIRED

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ToySupercenter via Amazon has 100-Piece Playmags 3D Magnetic Toy Blocks on sale for $38.24 - $10 w/ promotion code PLAYMA39 = $28.24. Shipping is free. Thanks CitySlickerCD

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ToySuperCenter via Amazon [amazon.com] has 100 piece Playmags 3D Magnetic Blocks for $39.99 + Free Shipping for Prime Members

Code: PLAYMA39
  • BOUNDLESS BUILDING – Your child's engineering outcomes are endless with these colorful 3D magnet tiles from Playmags! Draw inspiration from the Idea Book or build something totally unique with dozens of different magnetic building blocks to choose from!
  • STRONGER, SMARTER MAGNETIC BLOCKS – Playmags are the only magnets for kids with SUPERMAGS and Clickins to our name! Super strong magnets guarantee super sturdy structures, while alphabet letters click in to windows to inspire extra creativity!
  • IMAGINE, ENGINEER, LEARN – Convert imagination into 3D sculptures with these STEM toys for girls and boys! Easily connecting tiles facilitate skills in basic geometry, architecture, and engineering! Thanks to diverse shapes, colors, and even the ABCs, learning opportunities are abundant.
  • KIDS TOYS WITH A PURPOSE – With these construction toys, your child will build more than just a tower. They'll build ingenuity, creativity, and confidence, too! Playmags are the perfect magnetic toys for toddlers ages 3+!
  • OUR PROMISE TO PARENTS – As the winner of multiple awards and recognitions, Playmags are durable, high quality, and kid-safe. To ensure you're as happy purchasing Playmags as your child is building with them, your 100-piece set includes a 1-year warranty!
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My son loves this. Unfortunately the pieces have very sharp edges with no rounding or beveling. Some of them have a knife-like plastic burr. He cut himself badly playing this set. I am going to return and get another brand.
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The 100 piece Tytan Tiles at Sams are still $30 and highly rated.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/tytan-...od20641774

The set in the OP includes 18 "clickins" which provide zero value compared to magnetic pieces.

The Sams set also comes with a car, which is a nice ad-on.
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Unpopular opinion, I'm sure, but as a (relatively cheap) father, here it is anyway: get the Magnatiles, despite the high prices. They are just so superior to the others, the magnets are much stronger, and they are super sturdy and last years — and you and your kids will use them for years.
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which one is better magna tiles or playmags ?? Seems to be an ongoing battle
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We use them interchangeably.
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Literally just bought for $50 then saw this post. Canceling and ordering again. Thank you!
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We use them interchangeably.
We want to get some for our 2 year old for Xmas. Can we mix and match brands down the road or do we need to stick to 1 manufacturer?


TIA
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Is the deal gone? Clicked the link and it shows up priced at $50. Never mind. I didn't use the promo code 🤦🏻 ♀️
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Is the deal gone? Clicked the link and it shows up priced at $50
You have to enter in the promo code.
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Is the deal gone? Clicked the link and it shows up priced at $50. Never mind. I didn't use the promo code 🤦🏻 ♀️
you need clip the coupon listed in OP. Just worked for me.
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Thank you! Repped!
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Why are these and magna tiles so expensive?
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Best deal I have seen so far for a non "knock off" set. Do yourself a favor and buy a brand name for the safety of your child.
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I see 0 blocks in this set. Did we redefine the definition of a block recently?
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Is this compatible with tileblox?
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which one is better magna tiles or playmags ?? Seems to be an ongoing battle
Unpopular opinion, I'm sure, but as a (relatively cheap) father, here it is anyway: get the Magnatiles, despite the high prices. They are just so superior to the others, the magnets are much stronger, and they are super sturdy and last years — and you and your kids will use them for years.
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