Spokesperson: Toys 'R' Us liquidation sale delayed, likely to start Friday

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Toys 'R' Us was scheduled to start their massive liquidation sale Thursday, but that has been delayed. (Shutterstock)

Toys 'R' Us was scheduled to start their massive liquidation sale Thursday, but that has been delayed.

A company spokesperson told Action News the planned liquidation sale was delayed due to unforeseen circumstances.

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The massive sale is likely to start Friday at their stores, according to the spokesperson.

The retailer will slash prices on everything in the store including toys, baby gear, and even diapers. However, there won't be discounts on your discount: coupons will not be honored.

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However, if you have a gift card, those will be honored, but only until April 20, 2018.

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Toys "R" Us plans to liquidate all 740 US stores. Gray Hall reports during Action News at 4:30pm on March 15, 2018.


Toys 'R' Us hopes these steep discounts will help them clear the shelves by May.

Experts say consumers should still compare prices to make sure they are getting the best deal.
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