Target has the FurReal Butterscotch Pony for sale for $249. This is $50 off the a

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  1. TENIA66

    TENIA66 <font color=red>Does the tag fairy post things you

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    Target has the FurReal Butterscotch Pony for sale for $249.99. This is $50 off the average MSRP of $299.

    Don't forget the 10% off coupon code that expires 11/30...TCRCPTAA

    Shipping & handling is around $40

    Items: $269.99
    Shipping & Handling: $40
    Promotion Applied: -$27.00 (10% off)

    Total Before Tax: $268.66
    Estimated Tax:* $14.00 (in MA)

    Order Total: $296.99

    Ships November 30.

    Walmart has the pony for $268.88 - but charges $75 for shipping.
     
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  3. Ilovemyprincesses

    Ilovemyprincesses DIS Veteran

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    I am sorry but for $300 it better be real.
     
  4. GOOFY4DONALD

    GOOFY4DONALD DH finished his plate at 50's Prime Time. They wer

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    Not in this lifetime..but I am so cheap that I won't pay 600.00 for a Playstation III :rotfl2:
     
  5. TinkerBess_SnowTori

    TinkerBess_SnowTori Mouseketeer<br><font color="dark Green">She said s

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    My dd would just love one -- she hasn't seen this yet and I am hoping she won't...
     
  6. minkydog

    minkydog DIS Cast Member

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    Oh, wow, thanks! Wait a minute, is this a real pony :confused3
     
  7. TENIA66

    TENIA66 <font color=red>Does the tag fairy post things you

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    no, our real one cost $150................
     
  8. minkydog

    minkydog DIS Cast Member

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    Oh, well, maybe this one comes with shoes & oats :confused3
     
  9. mamalle

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    what does it do? I know dd has a few of them and scamps last year was the most $$$ but that is really expensive!!
     
  10. blessedby3

    blessedby3 Actually Blessedby4 now, but cant change my userna

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    WOW!! I cant believe a toy pony would cost this much money. Definately not for my DD.
     
  11. Toby'sFriend

    Toby'sFriend The thing about growing up with Fred and George is

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    I have one on pre-order and I haven't really decided yet. I think I want to see it in person first.

    I think it is supposed to be Furby technology in a shetland pony sized stuffed animal. The ad shows a preschooler actually sitting on its back.
     
  12. kilee

    kilee <img src="http://www.wdwinfo.com/images/sponsors/s

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    I've never heard of this thing. Does it actually walk w/ the little one on it's back? I don't have an age appropriate child, and it's out of my budget for neice's gifts. So, I'm just wondering.
     
  13. svalencia1

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    Okay, I'm sorry but $300.00 for a stuffed animal that happens to do a couple of things is rediculous!!!!! I don't mean to offend anyone, but that's more than a deposit on a Disney World trip!
     
  14. TENIA66

    TENIA66 <font color=red>Does the tag fairy post things you

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    • Incredibly life-like pony moves its head when touched or talked to
    • Climb on her back and the realistic animation, movement and sounds make it seem like a real ride
    • Her ears wiggle, her eyes blink and her tail swishes; she even "eats" her carrot and makes real pony sounds
    • Comes with carrot, brush and special adoption certificate
    • 39Hx42Wx20D" for ages 4 yrs. and up

    Whoa, girl! Now your little Dale Evans can enjoy all the pleasures of owning a pony without any of the…ahem…dirty work. This incredibly life-like plush pony has moving eyes, ears and head; a soft fur coat; and swishing tail. Say something to her and she’ll whinny, snort, or turn her head to find you. She even nibbles on food if hungry. So the next time you hear, "Mom, can I have a pony?"—go wild, say yes, and watch those beautiful eyes light up! A grea. . .
     
  15. DaisyD

    DaisyD <font color=teal>Nothing like crunchy milk in the

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    It doesn't walk or anything. It shakes its head though. Probably at the folks that waste money buying such a thing! LOL!
     
  16. Toby'sFriend

    Toby'sFriend The thing about growing up with Fred and George is

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    I like your priorities. :thumbsup2


    I'm going to go in and look at the thing next week. I'll decide if it is worth the money then.
     
  17. disneysteve

    disneysteve You have to enjoy life, not go

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    ::yes:: ::yes:: ::yes::
     
  18. mommytodarlings

    mommytodarlings Mouseketeer

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    :rotfl2: :rotfl2:
     
  19. Mskanga

    Mskanga <font color=navy>Can speak and read 4 languages fl

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    I saw it yesterday in target. Definitely not worth the money to me.
     
  20. java

    java <font color=darkorchid>I am embracing the Turkey B

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    Well it is funny because we live in horse country and the kids around here were walking right by it in the store- Of course I had to play- if is kind of cute and seemed pretty sturdy- it responds to touch- like turning around to see if you are there(well not really but it did turn) It "eats" a carrot...but not really big action there- makes some noise ect.. but for $300 I would go for real lessons on a real horse. In fact I am thinking of getting that for dd*9.
     
  21. ceecee

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    This one is cheaper to feed!!! :rotfl2:
     

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