Amazon slashed prices on mega-popular Hasbro games and toys — save up to 55 percent, today only

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Today only, save big on Hasbro toys! (Photo: Amazon)
Today only, save big on Hasbro toys! (Photo: Amazon)

It's never too early to get a little holiday shopping done for the pint-sized people in your life. And, with many companies having supply chain issues due to the pandemic, it's probably a good idea to start a little sooner than you normally would. 

Just a heads up: Amazon is here with a sale that'll make it easy to snag some holiday gifts for kids now. Just for today, the retail giant has slashed prices up to 55 percent off a massive range of mega-popular Hasbro toys. Play-Doh gear, games like Jenga and Connect 4 and a huge range of Nerf guns are all on sale!

You can have your hands on these amazing toys in two days with Amazon Prime. Not a member? Sign up here for all the entertainment and shopping benefits Amazon offers. Member now? Get these toys in a jiffy, so you can check some people off your list now. There's a wide range of toys to choose from, but you definitely don't want to miss these deals.


This game is a classic. (Photo: Amazon)
This game is a classic. (Photo: Amazon)

Jenga has so many elements that kids love — suspense, turn-taking and stuff falling down. Just like the classic game, this Jenga set comes with 54 wood blocks and an easy-stacking sleeve to help you build the tower. It even comes in a tube-shaped package with a handle for simple clean-up and carrying. 

Worth noting: Adults love this game, too. "Simple. Basic. Wood. Fun. That's it, just an old-school distraction from the global connectedness of everyday life," a five-star fan said. "Caution: use of this product may enable an increased sense of connection with those participating in the activity along with you. You may laugh together and then carry on a real, meaningful conversation as a result of your proximity and participation in the shared experience. Simple pleasures."

$13 $20 at Amazon

Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Candy Delight Playset

So much Play-Doh awesomeness ahead. (Photo: Amazon)
So much Play-Doh awesomeness ahead. (Photo: Amazon)

Play-Doh fans will flip over the Kitchen Creations Candy Delight Playset, which features everything they need to create their own "candies" at home. They'll love creating faux gummies, candy cups, chocolate bar shapes and more. The whole set comes with five Play-Doh cans for hours of fun. 

"We have lots of Play-Doh toys — and this is by FAR the easiest for little hands to push the Play-Doh through the different candy presses of any other sets we own," a happy customer said. "The small press comes apart quite ingeniously so that you can clean it out thoroughly....Overall, my 3-year-old and 7-year-old loved it and could play without with minimal 'mom can you push this through?' help."

$12 $26 at Amazon

Connect 4

Try to outsmart your partner before they win. (Photo: Amazon)
Try to outsmart your partner before they win. (Photo: Amazon)

Know and love the classic Connect 4? This one has a slight twist in the form of a blue Blocker Disc that lets you stop your opponent before they get four discs in a row. The end result: More strategies and, ultimately, more fun. "Connect Four is a winner for the very young, the little bit older, and the lot older (yes, the grownups)," a happy customer said. "The really small ones have fun dropping the colored discs into patterns and then releasing them from the bottom. Fun. A little older kids will be getting the idea of putting four discs in a row while picking up a bit of basic math. Some fun and some learning at that age. The grownups should enjoy the game as they attempt to connect four in a row before their opponent does so. Setup is pretty quick. Slip on the two legs and the game is set to go."

$8 $12 at Amazon

Nerf DinoSquad Tricera-Blast Dart Blaster

Who's ready to battle? (Photo: Amazon)
Who's ready to battle? (Photo: Amazon)

Snag a classic Nerf gun with a twist with this DinoSquad Tricera-Blast Dart Blaster. It holds up to three darts at a time (and storage for 12), allowing for easy reloading. Just pull down the hammer and press the trigger to fire. The whole thing looks like a triceratops for extra fun. 

"Purchased for a 7 year old boy for his birthday and he LOVED it!" a five-star fan said. "He loves dinosaurs and Nerf guns, so it was the perfect combination. Just the right size for him to handle, too, not bulky, and loading, cocking, and firing was simple enough to do on his own."

$12 $21 at Amazon

Play-Doh Bulk 13-Pack

Play-Doh is always a hit. (Photo: Amazon)
Play-Doh is always a hit. (Photo: Amazon)

Every good Play-Doh fan knows you need a restock here and there. After all, containers accidentally get left open, colors end up mixed and a muddy shade of it's just fun to add new shades and textures to the mix. Play-Doh's Bulk 13-Pack will wow your favorite Play-Doh lover. Choose from five different themes, including dinosaur, mermaid and ice cream to find the pack that's right for them. 

"Very, very happy with this purchase," a five-star fan said. "I was a bit worried about the sand colors and other special colors being gritty or falling apart easily. But they are great! It's all much better then i even hoped."

$11 $16 at Amazon

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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