Black Friday 2011: $1K Grand Prize and Special Rewards for Toys R Us Customers

The biggest toy company in the nation, Toys R Us, has a number of special gifts in store for shoppers who decide to cut short their Thanksgiving dinner and get in line for the store’s extra-early Black Friday opening on Nov. 24 at 9 p.m.

The first 100 customers will get a 48-page coupon booklet that will harvest more than $500 in savings. Other benefits included in the booklet will be a 60-day access pass to the Savers Guide Web online, according to the International Business Times.

People with Toys R Us rewards cards will get 10 percent cash back on merchandise over $200, and every Apple iPod Touch will come with a free $50 gift card. Many 50 percent discounts will also be available for Riptunes, Leapfrog Leapster and My Baby Alive player, as well as Sylvania Netbook and Tablet.

The grand prize will be a $1,000 Toys R Us gift card and a personal shopper for the lucky winner who wins the Facebook sweepstake starting Nov. 17 – but he or she will only get the reward one hour before the store opens on Thanksgiving.

According to MSN Money, some of the deals that will seek to lure customers include:

• Sylvania 7-inch Android 2.2 Tablet or Netbook for $74.99
• Kinect sensor for Xbox with Kinect Adventures game for $99
• Playmobile Skull and Bones Pirate Ship for $17.49
• Huffy 3-2-1 Convertible Trike for $49.99
• Star Wars Flying Radio Control Millennium Falcon for $24.99
• Razor Scooters for $19.99

The Toys R Us Black Friday circular will be available on the week starting Nov. 24, and it will feature 28-pages of more than 100 deals, and will be carried in newspapers across the United States. Customers will also be able to check for deals online at the company’s official website.

Some of the main categories listed include: Learning Toys, Boy’s Toys, Bikes and Rides, Video Games, Plush Toys, Girl’s Toys, Outdoor Play Equipment, and Electronics and Gadgets.

Parents will also be able to select toys from age category groups – starting from newborn infants to teenagers.