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Melissa & Doug Arts & Crafts Sale: Buy 2, Get 1 Free!

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As always with Amazon be sure to snag any deals that look great quickly – prices change often.


Amazon is currently having a Melissa & Doug Arts and Crafts sale. For a limited time and while supplies last, buy 2 select Melissa & Doug arts and crafts and get 1 free! These make fabulous gifts!


Here are just a few of the many items included in this sale:

Habitats Reusable Sticker Pad – $4.99

Play House! Reusable Sticker Pad – $4.99

Scissor Skills Activity Pad – $4.99

Sweets & Treats Sticker Pad – $3.99

Jumbo Coloring Pad – Animals – $4.99

Melissa & Doug Water Wow Numbers – $4.99

Paint with Water – Ocean – $4.99

Rainbow Scratch Art Boards – $4.99

The discount will be applied at checkout. These items are part of Amazon’s add-on program and will ship with orders of $25 or more in products shipped by Amazon.

Remember that orders over $35 qualify for free 2-day super shipping!  You can also get free 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime.

Thanks, Cincinnati Cents!

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