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Shopkins Saturday Spooktacular

Today, McKayla and I went to Target for their Saturday Spooktacular. I figured it would be similiar to Toys R Us' Shopkins Swapkins or at the very least you know, have, Shopkins. I'm getting ahead of myself here, so let's start at the beginning, shall we?

So McKayla puts on her costume and we head to Target, excited to get more Shopkins, especially the special Halloween Shopkins. It ends up being sort of like a Treasure Hunt, although we just followed a "path" to each "booth". The first one, right at the front of the store was where you got your free Trick or Treat bag. Looks decent sized, right? Like maybe grocery sized?

Nope, more like tiny lunch bag sized. Would maybe hold a sandwich bag and a small bag of chips but that's about it. Yeah, tiny.

Well ok then, not what I was expecting but McKayla is happy with it and I guess that's what matters.

I won't bore you with the rest of the "booths". Just suffice it to say that bag was the ONLY thing that was even remotely Shopkin related. The rest of the goodies included a vitamin granola bar, spider-man tattoos, Pokemon trading cards and like 3 pieces of candy. Not only were the goodies not Shopkins related, they didn't even have any Halloween Shopkins to buy! What's the point in having a Shopkins Spooktacular and not have any Shopkins?! Before you ask, they didn't run out, we were the first people to show up and they didn't have any. Pretty poor way to advertise Shopkins.

Oh well, she still enjoyed herself and was happy with her bag. She ended up giving the rest of her goodies to Chris, so I guess it worked out for him too. LOL


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