In today’s warm and fuzzy news: Build-A-Bear is having a big, 60 percent off sale. Of course, this comes as great news if your children have a holiday gift card to use, some Christmas cash to spend or have been saving up their allowance to expand their stuffed animal collection.
Here are the important details: The “Winter Break Sale” is happening now through Dec. 28 and it’s online only, and include some “online exclusives.” Dozens of adorable stuffed animals are part of the sale, with the cute creatures marked down as low as $8.
Plus, if you’ve already got a bear, you can find some seasonal accessories, like these adorable, $3 reindeer antler headbands.
Here’s some of the adorable stuffed animals that are a part of the sale.
Arctic Penguin Chick
You’ve already had a guest from the North Pole over Christmas. Now, invite over a South Pole guest. This stuffed penguin is an online exclusive and on sale for $8.
Ruff N’ Tumble Puppy
How much is that doggy in the window? $8! The Ruff N’ Tumble Puppy from Build-A-Bear is a plush pooch that can be dressed up with accessories, like a $5.50 leash and collar, and sounds. We’re thinking the Paw Patrols sounds would be a great pairing.
This classic brown teddy bear is on sale for $8, and can be customized with accessories and clothes. With basketball season, here, for example, you can dress him up in your favorite NBA team’s uniform.
We found Dory! Disney’s beloved, albeit forgetful, blue tang fish with signature yellow fins is on sale for $8. This stuffed fish is the perfect gift for any “Finding Dory” fan.
Of course, there’s more to Build-A-Bear than just bears! This chimpanzee comes complete with a funny face, is ready to monkey around and has soft plush fur. The loveable chimp is on sale for $12.
With this great of a sale, we don’t blame you if you turn your home into a zoo!
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