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Friday, November 26, 2010

Fisher Price Bigfoot really Cheap!

Thanks to the website they have found a couple of really good deals on the Fisher Price Imaginext Bigfoot Toy. You could save up to $30 bucks off the retail site. We have one ourselves and it is super cool! Make sure you hint to your familiy members and tell them about this great deal.

Amazon – Imaginext Bigfoot Monster & Stuffed Bear For $69.88

Yes, Black Friday is winding down and I am still shopping
I found a great deal that I thought I would share with you all. My little one loves that Fisher Price Bigfoot Monster. It is a love/hate relationship. It scares him to death but he loves to watch it when we are out shopping at Target. All weekend he has been holding on to a picture of it from a sales circular…so I decided to see if I could find a deal on it. Well–I did and went ahead and grabbed it for Santa to bring.

Amazon has Fisher-Price Imaginext BIGFOOT the Monster priced at $84.88. Well there are two promotions that make this deal even better.

First you get the Amazon Exclusive Limited Edition Brown and Cream Bear by Gund for FREE with the Bigfoot toy and you can use the code FPBF5015 to save an additional $15!!

That means you get Bigfoot and the stuffed bear for $69.88!!

I used some Amazon credits that I had…but if you use your MasterCard to purchase $75 or more in eligible items from the Holiday Toy List, you can get free 2-day shipping OR if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll receive a $10 credit towards a future purchase!!
So Amazon Prime members can get both for as low as $59.88—WOW!!

Fisher Price Debuts Bigfoot
NY POST: Must Have Toy

I Heart Saving Money Bigfoot Deal

Monday, September 20, 2010

NY Post: Bigfoot will be MUST HAVE Toy

Today, the New York Post List many Must Have toys, on top of the list? the Fisher Price imaginext Bigfoot Toy. Back in February we mentioned how the Wall Street Journal also thought this toy would be a holiday winner.

Big-ticket toys are making a comeback.
While last year's must-have toys were mostly lower-priced items like Zhu Zhu pets -- selling for less than $10 -- a few toy makers this year are betting that parents are feeling more flush.
Take, for example, the "Imaginext Bigfoot the Monster" by Fisher-Price. While it lists at Toys "R" Us for a whopping $109.99, the giant toy chain says it expects it will be among the 15 hottest sellers this season.
"Bigfoot stomps around, throws tantrums, exercises, somersaults, naps and more," the retailer enthused in a press release that's slated for release today...

you can see the revved up promotional ads below

A 3-minute 3D Adventure

Our breaking video on our YouTube Channel

New York Post Article
The iPhone App
Interactive Find Bigfoot Game
Official Fisher Price Bigfoot Page

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Fisher Price $100 Bigfoot Toy

There is no doubt, Bigfoot hasn't been this popular since the wake of the Patterson/Gimlin film in the early 70's. He's been on every educational cable channel (History, Discovery and NatGeo), and two new television series debuted with Bigfoot as the subject.

What's next? A hundred-dollar bigfoot toy. Fisher-Price is bringing Imaginext Bigfoot the Monster to Toy Fair 2010 in New York, which opens Sunday the 14th.

This remote-controlled big boy is intended for kids ages 3 to 8; with the included remote, kids will be able to have him walk, express emotions, do somersaults, and perform lots of other actions. And he'll have "interactive touch points" on his mouth and tummy that evoke sounds and actions, as well.

You can expect your own personal sighting of Bigfoot some time this coming June, when he'll ship to stores; the price is expected to be around $100.

Apparently this is a pretty big Deal because its on the WallStreet journals radar. Their web publication market Watch says the timing is right for this kind of product:

EAST AURORA, N.Y., Feb 09, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- It all began a few years ago, when BIGFOOT sightings started popping up just beyond the world headquarters of Fisher-Price, Inc. (a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. NASDAQ:MAT) in East Aurora, N.Y. Although the scientific community considers BIGFOOT to be a combination of folklore and myths, that didn't stop toy designers from setting out to capture the legendary, elusive creature. Fisher-Price found BIGFOOT and brought him back to its world-renowned Play Laboratory where designers unfolded the complicated, misunderstood monster who, surprisingly, wooed them with his charm. After years of intense research (and a few laughs) with BIGFOOT, Fisher-Price is ready to share his engaging personality with the world by introducing Imaginext(R) BIGFOOT The Monster at New York Toy Fair, Feb. 14 -- Feb. 17.

"BIGFOOT The Monster is completely on-trend for 2010. Fisher-Price has interpreted a classic play pattern for contemporary kids," says Chris Byrne, content director for, aka The Toy Guy(R). "Inspired by the legendary 'BIGFOOT,' Fisher-Price scores again with a toy that effectively combines the fun and engagement of R/C robotic play with technology that's easy and engaging for preschoolers to use. BIGFOOT is feature-rich, offers long-lasting play value and reflects a preschooler's sense of humor, all of which deliver on the value consumers are looking for this year. "

Promotional Video Below.

Original Post at GearLog
Fisher Price Bigfoot Site
Wall Street Journals take

Thursday, July 3, 2008


They're big, they're hairy, and they're notoriously elusive!

This 7-1/4" (18.4 cm) tall, hard vinyl Bigfoot Action Figure has stamps on the bottom of its feet and comes with a stamp pad so you can leave mysterious footprints on letters, walls and skin.

Intricate articulation allows it to be posed just like frame 352 of the famous film footage.

Its only 11.99 just go to
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