Amazon Prime Day 2018: The Best Deals on Kids Toys and Games

Here are all the best Amazon Prime Deals deals we've found on kids toys and games.

by Donna Freydkin
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Amazon Prime Day is finally here. The 36-hour sale, which begins on today July 16, will feature deals on more than one million products across all categories — including toys and games for kids. That means Amazon Prime Day creates an excellent opportunity to buy birthday gifts, holiday gifts, or just-because presents for kids (and yourself). So, to help you out, we searched through all the sales on kids toys and games and found these incredible deals on everything from K’nex sets and stuffed animals to Fingerlings and footballs. We’re sure there’s something here for the kid on your list. Happy shopping.

Amazon Prime Day 2019: The Best Deals on Kids Toys and Games

Kid Kraft Modern Country Kitchen: This fully equipped toy kitchen, which stands roughly 40 inches tall and includes plastic pots and pans, is 20 percent off today.

Buy Now $210

Sphero Original BB-8: This miniature version of the adorable, heroic droid from the latest Star Wars trilogy is controlled with an app for your phone or tablet, and it can also explore on his own and respond to 10 voice commands. Normally $150, it’s on sale for $60.

Buy Now $60

Melissa & Doug Toys & Games: A number of products from Melissa & Doug, the brains behind some of our favorite play sets, toys, and games, are 30 percent off.

Buy Now $0

Lionel Mickey Mouse & Friends Express Train Set: This app controlled train set, which comes with a variety of cars and track pieces and has four-star rating, is 25 percent off today.

Buy Now $222

Paw Patrol Everest Zoomer: This electronic version of the brave Paw Patrol pup zooms around on the floor and spits out more than 150 phrases and sounds from the show. It’s 26 percent off today.

Buy Now $45

Anki Cozmo: Anki’s intelligent smiling bulldozer/robo-friend, plays games, works with its included power blocks, teaches your kids STEM skills, and can even distinguish faces. Today, it’s $150, a savings of $30.

Buy Now $150

Intex Jump-O-Lene Boxing Ring Inflatable Bouncer: This inflatable boxing ring, which is made for kids ages 5-7 measures 89 inches by 89 inches and comes with two pairs inflatable boxing gloves for kids who are ready to rumble. Normally $80, it’s on sale today for $42.

Buy Now $42

Peppa Pig Carry Case with 4 Figures: This Peppa Pig-shaped carrying case has handles for easy travel and has figures of Peppa, George, Mummy, and Daddy inside. It’s 30 percent off.

Buy Now $14

Lincoln Logs 100th Anniversary Tin: This commemorative bucket contains 111 of the building toys for building a variety of log-based structures. For Prime Day, it’s 14 percent off.

Buy Now $36

Slinky Disney Pixar Toy Story Plush Dog: This stuffed animal version of everyone’s favorite stretchable dog from Toy Story is 42 percent off.

Buy Now $14

Magformers Designer Set: This acclaimed set of magnetic building shapes, which boosts STEM skills, allows kids to create everything from animals to architecture. It’s on sale for $58 — 42 percent off.

Buy Now $58

Wowwee Fingerlings Light Up Unicorn Mackenzie: The well-coifed, glow-in-the-dark unicorn Fingerling is making her grand debut on Prime Day. She can be yours for $18.

Buy Now $18

Tegu Wooden Blocks: We love these wooden building blocks, which are beautifully constructed and have magnets inside of them so kids can construct everything from stacking towers and robots to horses and stunt choppers. On Prime Day Tegu is offering up to 20 percent off select sets.

Buy Now $0

Wilson Junior Football: This classic kid-sized football, which comes with its own pump, is on sale for $10. Normally, it’s $25.

Buy Now $10

Skywalker Jump N’ Dunk Trampolines: This 15-foot enclosed trampoline, which has a basketball hoop for acrobatic dunks, is marked down an additional 20 percent.

Buy Now $264

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