Zoomer Zuppies Were $50 | Now $30 & Free Shipping @ eBay Canada

Zoomer Zuppies Were $50 | Now $30 & Free Shipping @ eBay Canada


I am tickled pink over this deal I found at the Toys R Us Outlet on eBay Canada. A small selection of Zoomer Zuppies is on sale from $49.99 down to $29.97 with free shipping. Pick your child up a new electronic pup to be their pet. Choose from two Zoomer Zuppies: Love PJ and Love Glam (Toys R Us exclusive).

Let me put these prices in a bit of context for you. All Zoomer Zuppies cost $52.86 @ Walmart Canada and $49.99 @ Sears Canada. I checked out Amazon, where the cheapest Zuppy is $54.99. Now, Toys R Us Canada sells these same Zoomer Zuppies for the same price as they are on the eBay outlet but they do not offer free shipping and you cannot pick them up in store. Therefore, this deal from the Toys R Us Outlet on eBay Canada is the best.

Zuppy Love PJ is the perfect sleepover companion. She comes with one removable pyjama outfit and an interactive toy bear. Zuppy Love Glam is a fashionista at heart and comes all dolled-up for the occasion. She comes with an interactive toy purse to show off her stylish sense.

Zuppies are the ultimate interactive pets that you can train, walk, and play with as well. They also interact with each other if you have more than one. The eyes are the keys to these pets as they convey mood. Make your puppy happy by playing with them often. Train them to sit and to walk on command.

From a parenting point of view, this is a great way to introduce your child to the responsibility of keeping a pet. I remember begging my parents for endless pets when I was a child as I absolutely loved being surrounded by animals. Your kids might be doing the same. This could be a step in the direction of getting a dog or a cat that teaches your child responsibility and yet does not risk the health of an animal or put the burden of care onto you when your child gets tired of their new pet.

This is also a great substitute for a pet if you live in a building where you cannot have a pet or it is not a financially viable option for you.

(Expiry: 14th January 2016)


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