Sunday, July 30, 2017

Early Bird special: Playmobil 20 percent off sale starting THIS Sunday at Toys For Thought

Toys for Thought will be having our Playmobil 20 percent off sale starting THIS Sunday  July,30 until the following Sunday. So from Sunday until Wednesday readers (here) will get an early bird pick of our huge Playmobil selection at 20 percent off. Must mention sale to receive discount, it will not be officially starting until Wednesday. Located at 310 3rd St, Lakewood, NJ 08701
Clifton and 3rd street.

6 comments:

  1. One sould not do pleasure shopping in the nine days. Sad that store owners purposely run sales during 9days to entice people to shop.

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    1. Harold HerskowitzJuly 30, 2017 at 8:51 AM

      There is absolutely nonreason you can't buy a toy to keep your children busy on tisha bav . Please don't pasken what you don't know. I have had this business for over 17 years and have asked every shaila you could imagine. Whether it is what age can play with legos on shabbos or being open on chol hamoed and every shaila in between. We are running this sale early because the ad gornyhe sale comes out after tisha bav and we feel bad making people pay full price for a toy they need for tisha bav to keep the children busy. Anyone who knows how I run my store knows that I am opposed.to running ads for kids to bother parents. We don't print catalogs in magazines to make children harass their parents for useless toys. And we suffer finqnvially because of our principles. Our ads are not at all made for children. So unless your kids are reading hefkervelt I don't think you should have a problem. Wishing you an easy and peaceful fast. May we all be celebrating next year in Jerusalem .

      Thank you Hefkervelt for having such a valuable resource to get the word out to those that appreciate what we do.

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    2. wow you are such a tzadik

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  2. You can buy it for after Tisha Bav. Sad that you have hate and sinas chinom on erev 9 Bav.

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  3. Nothing wrong with someone calling out a trend that is against halacha. Sad that you see hate and sinas chinam in everything.

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    1. Harold HerskowitzJuly 30, 2017 at 9:07 AM

      Are you a posek? This is not a shaila. You are allowed to buy a toy to keep kids occupied on tisha bav. There is no question. You are probably the same person that defended having a gourmet meat festival on nine days because it is for torah.

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