ToysNGamesEtc via Amazon offers Prime members the Hide 'Em and Hatch 'Em Easter Eggs 3-Pack for $8.95 with free shipping. (Non-members can spend $35 or more to qualify for free shipping; otherwise, shipping costs $4.25.) That's the lowest total price we could find by $5. When you place the eggs in water, they crack and hatch pets. This set comes with a bluebird, kitten, and frog.
Parents tend to stick to the birthday/Christmas gift schedule, but sometimes it's fun to just surprise your kid with a new toy. Turn your little one's ordinary day into an awesome day with this weeks' best toy deals.
Walmart offers the Mountain 100-Piece Wooden Train Set & Table (pictured) or Cityscape 100-Piece Train Set & Table for $60 with free shipping. That's $10 under our mention from three weeks ago, $60 off list, and the lowest total price we've seen. The Mountain set includes features a bridge, mountain top, and tunnel. The Cityscape set includes two engines, roundhouse, working crane, vehicles, and accessories.
For in-store pickup only and with availability limited by location, Toys "R" Us offers the Sidewalk Chalk Wild Stix Set for 98 cents. That's the lowest price we could find by $4. Note that it's unclear whether this is a 4- or 8-pack.
Target offers the Laser Pegs 6-in-1 Racer Building Set for $9.98 with free shipping. That's $10 off and the lowest total price we've seen for any Laser Pegs set. It includes 20 lighted pieces to form anything from a race car to a dinosaur, spaceship, robot, and more.
Toys "R" Us offers the Home Depot 18-Piece Deluxe Toolbox for $10. Choose in-store pickup to avoid the $7.99 shipping charge. That's $6 under the lowest shipped price we could find. It includes a toolbox, hammer, saw, pliers, flat-head screwdriver, Phillips head screwdriver, measuring tape, play wood, nails, screws, and bolts.
NessKo Imports via Amazon offers Amazon Prime members the Webkinz Siamese Cat for $2.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $14. This plush animal comes with a secret code permitting the adoption of a virtual version of the pet at the Webkinz interactive website.