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Cheap Spider-man Vs. Venom Dart Tag

for those in the northwest (Fred Meyer's)

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#1 Morally Challenged

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Posted 21 February 2008 - 08:25 PM

I don't know how much longer the sale is going on but I picked up my Spider-Man vs. Venom Dart Tag set for only 13 bucks. Currently they are all tagged at 28.00$ with a 50% off at the check stand. I went to 3 different Fredds’s and they all were on sale. (this might just be in the Portland area)
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NIGHT

MY KITTEN WALKS ON VELVET FEET
AND MAKES NO SOUND AT ALL;
AND IN THE DOORWAY NIGHTLY SITS
TO WATCH THE DARKNESS FALL
I THINK HE LOVES THE LADY, NIGHT
AND FEELS AKIN TO HER
WHOSE FOOTSTEPS ARE AS STILL AS HIS,
WHOSE TOUCH IS AS SOFT AS FUR

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Posted 21 February 2008 - 08:30 PM

I don't know how much longer the sale is going on but I picked up my Spider-Man vs. Venom Dart Tag set for only 13 bucks. Currently they are all tagged at 28.00$ with a 50% off at the check stand. I went to 3 different Fredds’s and they all were on sale. (this might just be in the Portland area)


They've been reduced to 20 bucks at most Toys Is We Stores too.
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#3 OfAllTheNerf

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Posted 21 February 2008 - 08:38 PM

Shit, if they were $13 dollars around me I would've had five sets instead of three.

I really hope they're still around when I get back from vacation.
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#4 Thom

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Posted 21 February 2008 - 11:22 PM

Sounds like it may be time to buy while they're there.
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