Shopkins from only $4.21 with Extra 15% Coupon @ Chapters Indigo!!

19 November 2015

shopkins-toys

There are a few brands that keep cropping up on kids’ Christmas lists this year, Paw Patrol, Magformers, FurReal Friends… to name a few. Shopkins are another! Chapters has released a promo code for a 15% discount on regular priced items for this weekend, and I realized that it applies to their popular Shopkins range of toys. You can buy items from only $4.95 – and the coupon code applies on top of that! This means you can buy Shopkins from only $4.21! Yay!

With the Chapters promo code HOLIDAY15, you can save an additional 15% off regular priced items online. Sadly, the coupon code excludes books and LEGO.

The item which is $4.21 is this set of Shopkins 2 Pack - Series 3. Chapters say that there is a Maximum purchase of 20 on these… I wonder if people are buying a ton and then selling on the likes of eBay!?

There are a few plush toys to choose from in the Shopkins toys from Chapters. I’ve spotted these ones on the trending lists on Amazon so they must be popular. Here are your choices in those:

In terms of those prices elsewhere, plush Shopkins start from $13 on Toys R Us, but stock seems to be rare. Even on Amazon.ca, prices are pretty varied – with the likes of the Strawberry toy above being priced at $24!

This Shopkins 14" Backpack can be bought for only $21.24 with the coupon code – I am sure it would be a popular gift for Christmas. The same one is $30+ from various Amazon sellers.

Has your child written to Santa yet this year? Is Shopkins on their list? Remember that you can get a free reply from Santa when writing a letter – info on that here.

P.S. Shipping will be free on your Chapters order if you spend $25 or more - not hard to do!

(Extra 15% coupon applies until 22nd November 2015)

TOPICS:   Toys   Christmas   Books

3 comments

  • Shelly
    I was just looking at these on the Chapters website!! LOL
  • Stephen
    According to my sister in law, Giant Tiger is the best place to buy these things, price wise. As they are extremely over priced for what they are. Which we're still trying to figure out. Including the fascination/play value.
    • Anna Waters EDITOR
      None online, sadly!

What do you think?

Connect with Facebook, Twitter, or just enter your email to sign in and comment.

Your comment