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Toynk Toys announces 31 Days of Flash Sales

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Starting on Black Friday 2019, Toynk Toys will be launching their new holiday promotional event, the longest-running holiday-based sale in the company’s 18 year history. The 31 Days of Flash Sales event will begin on 11/29/2019 and end 12/28/2019, featuring up to 50% off on select products.

Popular licenses include Star Wars/Disney, Marvel, Golden Girls, Doctor Who, Nintendo, and more. Product categories include prop replicas, figures, home and office goods, apparel, and collectible pins.

Products and their sale date will be available for viewing on the Toynk’s website beginning on 11/25/2019. The sale will feature a new individual product for each day, for only that specified day, giving customers 24 hours to make a purchase. Each product listed on their flash sale calendar will also include a coupon code, which must be applied during checkout.

A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to Make-A-Wish® Illinois. If customers would like to donate more, Toynk Toys will be offering a way to do so during checkout on their website.

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