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November 15, 2013

Ring in the holidays with toys kids want at Exchange savings

Lisa Neidinger
AAFES Public Affairs

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Ring in holiday cheer by shopping for the season’s hottest toys at cool Army & Air Force Exchange Service savings with this year’s in-store and online toy selections.

The “Special Delivery: Exchange Toys” shopping guide is available for pick up at nearby Exchanges featuring assorted coupons to stretch holiday giving, reducing costs $10-$15 off already low Exchange prices.

Santa’s helpers can shop in-store or online. Layaway helps keep surprises away from prying eyes, available until Christmas Eve, while shopping the Exchange online delivers the savings with free shipping on most items.

This year’s “Special Delivery: Exchange Toys” guide features the season’s most popular gifts, such as Leapfrog’s LeapPad2, EZ Bake Ultimate Ovens, Lalaloopsy toys, Transformers action figures, Monsters University toys and much more.

“This fall’s Toybook has the toys in demand,” said the Exchange’s Chief of Staff Col. Tom Ockenfels. “From Big Hugs Elmo to Sonic Speeders or Twister Dance, using coupons plus sales tax savings at the Exchange helps ensure all the children on your shopping list get just what they want.”

Toybook items can be ordered online at www.shopmyexchange.com†or shoppers may visit their local Exchange to enjoy selection, value and savings. Online purchases made with the Military Star Card get free shipping on orders of $49 or more. In-store shoppers can use the fee-free holiday layaway now through Dec. 24, keeping gifts safely out of sight until the coast is clear for special delivery. Stop by Exchange customer service to learn more.

And don’t forget, the lowest price is what you pay with the Exchange’s holiday extended price guarantee. Now through Dec. 24, if you find the identical item at a local competitor for less, bring in your receipt and a competitor’s ad to customer service and the Exchange will give you a gift card for the difference. For all your holiday needs, check out the Exchange selections, in-store and online, today!




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