Find the best deals on FAO Schwarz toys during Black Friday 2019. Funtober will track down and post here all of the online sales and price discounts from print ads between Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday 2019.
Here are a few of the FAO Schwarz kids toys that we will be tracking prices on over Thanksgiving weekend.
Kohls is doing 60% off all FAO Schwarz toys (offers and coupons do not apply).
Roller Coaster Building Set – $29.99 at Belk
Motorized Train Set – $49.99 at Belk
Toy Baby Doll Triplets – $49.99 at Belk
Piano Dance Mat – $49.99 at Belk
Other Children’s Toys that we will be following prices on:
Solid Wood Toy Workbench – A 64 piece workbench and tool set.
Radio Controlled Hobby Racer Monster Truck: An ultra-fast off road race car monster truck that can travel up to 17.5 MPH.
RC Bumper Car Set: Battle your opponent with these bumper cars and their 1950s nostalgic retro design. Hit your opponent’s bumper just right and send them flying out of the car to score the victory.
Wooden Castle Building Blocks Set: A 75 piece block set to make castles, bridges, arches and towers.
Magic Trick Set – Learn and perform hundreds of tricks with this 28 piece premium magic trick set bundle with special card decks, sponge balls, ropes, cups and more.
Giant Electronic Dance Mat – Compose music with the DJ mixer mat and giant working 13 key piano with 6 built-in soundtracks as well as DJ scratch pads. Plus, hit a button to record your musical compositions.
FAO Schwarz Black Friday Deals – We have already posted the deals we have found above. Check them out now and stop back soon as we add more when we find them!
FAO Schwarz Cyber Monday Deals – We will collect all of the online sales for the Monday after Thanksgiving here when they are available.
About FAO Schwarz: The German-American toy retailer was started in 1862 by Frederick August Otto Schwarz in Baltimore under the name “Toy Bazaar”. It opened its first New York City in 1870. The brand was reacquired from Toys R Us in 2016 and the group relaunched its iconic store on Fifth Avenue in 2017.