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Hot Wheels AI Intelligent Race System Starter Kit $70 (coupon + free ship)

nodinero 449 85 October 18, 2016 at 01:26 AM in Tech & Electronics (6) More Target Deals
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Last Edited by nodinero October 18, 2016 at 01:47 AM
New Hot Wheels AI Intelligent Race System Starter Kit on sale for $94.99 (regular $99.00) plus coupon TOYS for $25 off $100 (need $5.01 toy filler) plus free shipping over $25 (total $70 + filler + tax). It seems tax is added for most. This is like the Anki system but with hardware controllers instead of using smartphones and a bit simpler. I also like how it uses AA and AAA batteries versus a charging system and the track is easily reconfigurable. I think it's good for my younger kids whereas the Anki may be better for tweens and up. Three different difficulty levels where the lowest keeps you on track (youngest kids) and the highest allows free form driving.

http://www.target.com/p/hot-wheel...A-51244978
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I saw these at my local Walmart for $50, yesterday! Worth a check on brickseeK for those who can make it out to store. Looked like a pretty great toy even at $75 - thanks for post OP
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Quote from Puppyloveo13 View Post :
I saw these at my local Walmart for $50, yesterday! Worth a check on brickseeK for those who can make it out to store. Looked like a pretty great toy even at $75 - thanks for post OP
$50! Are you sure? These just came out recently. Gee, now I feel bad...
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$50! Are you sure? These just came out recently. Gee, now I feel bad...
Yea! We scanned them at were shocked to see them come out to $50. I had never seen them on the regular shelf before, just clearance. Brickseek is not reflecting the price, unfortunately. Worth a shot if you're at walmart. Apparently YMMV. And don't feel bad! $75 is a GREAT deal for this set! Youve convinced me to go back today and actually buy one Smilie
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can the TOYS code be used for any lego?
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can the TOYS code be used for any lego?
Any toys.

Quote from Puppyloveo13 View Post :
Yea! We scanned them at were shocked to see them come out to $50. I had never seen them on the regular shelf before, just clearance. Brickseek is not reflecting the price, unfortunately. Worth a shot if you're at walmart. Apparently YMMV. And don't feel bad! $75 is a GREAT deal for this set! Youve convinced me to go back today and actually buy one Smilie
Thanks! But now I want it for $50. That's a deal!
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Last edited by nodinero October 18, 2016 at 07:21 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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I bought both. The Hot wheels and the Anki. The hot Wheels is going back. The Anki works so much better. my 6 year old had a hard time with hot wheels but has no problem with Anki. Hot wheels one goes through ton of batteries as well. The charge platform is nice. Ankis track is much better. If you can still get Anki for $107.00 from target it is the way to go.
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