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Toy Hunting Tips - Part 4 - John's Guide To Collecting

Tip 1: Always check the price of an item you're interested in.



If you find it in a big store that has a scanner, always scan the items when you visit the store.
You won't believe the amount of items that have been on sale or discounted, that weren't marked as such.

Also If Your store has a clearance aisle, check it out. Or ask an employee where it is. Sometimes the toy you think is sold out has actually been moved some where else.

You can also check the stores online and physical flyers for sales each Sunday!

Halo Box Sets at Rite Aid for $14.99!

Nuff said! Found these in the Bronx!

Walgreens steps up its Halo Reach game!

At the beginning of the month of September 2012, Walgreens implemented a rewards program. This my friends is a good think.




Toys R Us Buy 2 Get 1 Free Week! Sept 16 till the 22

This sale includes such awesome lines like G.I. Joe, Transformers, Mega Bloks, Star Wars, Marvel, Power Rangers and Ninja Turtles!

If Marvel Universe Figures are $11.99 in Toys R Us, then this sale, is just the same as buying 3 figures at Target at the $7.99 sale price!


Marvel Universe Sale At Target From Sept 16 - Oct 6

Location - Part 3 Of John's Guide To Collecting

My Internet buddy Likeit's1985 lives in the state of Washington, and he has a car. I on the other hand live in the greatest city in the world and I use public transportation.

My point is that it doesn't matter where in the world you live, you can always find toys.

But some places don't have Toys R Us, like Santo Domingo for instance.

Passion - Part 2 Of John's Guide To Collecting

What makes life "GO" ( Like those Star Trek aliens) is passion. You can't collect for collecting sake or for profit.

People learned a long time ago that buying up that "Death Of Superman" comic was a bad investment. That's why the comic book market imploded. Like a dwarf star.



Emile - Halo Reach Figure Video Review

Emile Noble 4, one of the toughest spartan II's out there. Is this video review tough enough? You decide...

Money - Part 1 of John's Guide To Collecting

When It comes to buying toys, I will have to admit, I fly by the seat of my pants. I'm not married, I have my 401k but I don't have thousands in my bank account. To tell the truth the most I've had in my account was $3,000.

Money is the first issue in my guide, because without it you got nothing.