October 22, 2015

Exchange Toy Book makes spirits bright

DALLAS –  Military shoppers can fill their sleighs with the hottest toys for children of all ages this holiday season with help from the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s Toy Book, which features a selection of gifts both in-store and online.

The 32-page shopping guide, available Oct. 23 in the continental United States and Nov. 6 overseas, is packed with Military Brat-Approved toys, which were tested by military children. Shoppers will find the Military Brat-Approved seal of approval throughout the shopping guide highlighting the hottest kid-tested toys.

Inside the guide, shoppers will find the latest from Disney, Barbie, FurReal Friends and more. “Star Wars,” Marvel and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figures join the fun as well. Go-to gifts such as video game systems, bicycles and scooters can also be found.

The Toy Book makes it easy for shoppers to find something for every child on their list,” said Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Sean Applegate, Exchange senior enlisted advisor. “Plus, the Exchange’s fee-free layaway and tax-free savings help keep shoppers’ budgets in check this holiday season.” 

For those who want to shop online, is loaded with the hottest toys. Online purchases ship for free when shoppers use their MILITARY STAR card. Shoppers also earn 2 rewards points for every $1 spent with their MILITARY STAR card.

Prices in the Toy Book are valid through Dec. 4. The Toy Book is available at Exchange locations worldwide. 

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