Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Tangled DVD + FREE Rapunzel doll $25 at Kmart

We took my daughter to see this at the movies and she LOVED it!! I loved it too! Even my husband got a kick out of it! Today through 4-2, you can get the Blu-Ray/DVD combo at Kmart plus a FREE Rapunzel doll ($14.99 value) for around $22! I haven't been to the store to do a price check (I'm going to get it this afternoon) but I checked online and the Blu-Ray/DVD combo is $26.99. If you are member of Disney Movie Rewards, you can print a $5 off coupon making it $22 (like I said, more or less, I'll let you know) for the movie and the doll!! Go HERE  to print the coupon. If your not a member, you can sign up while you there! I highly suggest it. Even if you don't use it to earn points for free stuff, you'll need it to print coupons for their newly released movies. Just about every new disney movie that comes out on DVD will have a coupon! Its usually $10 but for some reason they only did $5 for Tangled.

Just be sure to get the Blu-Ray combo to get the doll FREE at Kmart. I don't have a Blu-Ray player but I plan on buying one down the road anyway and since it comes with a regular DVD , I'll pay $5-6 more to get the doll! I've almost bought the doll a few times at Walmart but I'm glad I held out. I hate paying that much for a doll! I lucked out and got my little girl the entire Disney collection of princess dolls for Christmas for $25 (reg. $80!). So, yeah, I'm a little cheap, lol!!

Also, if you are still reading, stay tuned for a giveway of some coupon booklets!! I got a hold of some Publix coupon booklets and I have extras to give away! Its the Slam Dunk Savings booklets with the Mail in Rebate for a $10 Publix gift card!!!!

1 comment:

  1. I still loved the film and believe it's a great addition to Disney's animated classics. Lastly, let me just add a big "Yeah!" to the film's final moments when Flynn, back in narrator mode, reveals that it was several years before he and Rapunzel got married. A much better message for children than the more usual we-saw-each-other-twice-before-tying-the-knot which seems almost de rigueur in so many fairy tales.