Hot Wheels Monster Jam Maximum Destruction Battle Was $25 | Now $5 @ (EXPIRED)

Hot Wheels Monster Jam Maximum Destruction Battle Was $25 | Now $5 @ (EXPIRED)


If you have a little boy, then I am sure you have Hot Wheels in the house. Hot Wheels has to be one of the most popular toys for kids, and that has been the way for quite some time. While Hot Wheels tracks and cars can be expensive at times, Walmart Canada has got a great clearance offer right now. While quantities last you can grab this Hot Wheels Monster Jam Maximum Destruction Battle for just a fraction of the cost. This set was normally $25, but is now just $5. There are a few different shipping options available from as well.

The Hot Wheels Monster Jam Maximum Destruction Battle is sure to provide hours of fun for you and your little one. I would have probably bought it at the regular price of $25 for my little guy, but seeing it on clearance sale for just $5 at Walmart Canada didn't even allow me to blink twice before it was added to my cart. Especially considering some of the Hot Wheels monster trucks cost five bucks on their own. So here is your chance to wreak some havoc with the Monster Jam Maximum Destruction Battle.

I wouldn't suggest this toy for young toddlers, but my two and a half year old has no problems playing with the Hot Wheels Monster Jam cars and accessories. The recommended age for this toy, however, is 5 through 8 years old. I am sure any boy at any age will love the fact that the robots head flies off when the car hits it. The only thing you may find frustrating is the fact that these cars are next to impossible to get to stay on the truck. If we placed this on an uneven surface or on carpet, the truck never reached the destination. I have not heard of many people having that issue, but I find that is a problem with most Hot Wheel Tracks. Chances are you have already experienced that, so don't let it stop you from snagging this deal.

Walmart Canada offers free shipping on orders over $50, so maybe you can add a few more things to throw in your shopping cart. Otherwise you can have your purchase shipped to your local Canada Post Office for free too. If you are planning on stopping at Walmart anyway and you live in the Greater Toronto Area, then it might be best to get it sent to a local Grab & Go Locker for totally free as well.

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