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 November 20, 2013  Posted by  Expired
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We love deals on top of deals. Wendy’s and Toys “R” Us are sending you (or, more likely, your kids) a little holiday cheer. Now, we know this is not the best deal. However, if you’re going to spend money at Toys “R” Us anyway and your kids love Wendy’s, it’s money back in your pocket. While supplies last, Wendy’s Kids’ Meals include a coupon for good for a FREE $10 Toys “R” Us gift card with a purchase of $50 or more. (We believe the coupon itself expires December 31.) It’s even better because many Wendy’s locations are still offering a Kids’ Meal for just $1.99 after 4 p.m. However, we suggest you check first before ordering.

Bryan Chavez

LOTC National Deals Editor Bryan K. Chavez carries his purple coupon binder with pride everywhere he goes because he knows it's as "good as gold." His deal-seeking skills are so sharp that he regularly saves upwards of 75% on his grocery receipts. One of his passions is helping others save money. When he's not clipping coupons or sniffing out the next great promotion, his professional background is in public relations & marketing for non-profit organizations. Bryan is an editor at Mile High On The Cheap.

  4 Responses to “Wendy’s Kids’ Meal has $10 Toys ‘R’ Us gift card offer”

  1. Just to clarify you need to spend a minimum of $75.00 at Toys R Us to get the $10.00 gift card after you purchase a kid’s meal and get a “voucher or coupon” whatever one would call it but it is not a gift card! The ads here are “get a $10.00 Toy’s R Us gift card with every kids meal purchased” at Wendy’s. Think about that one! Purchase of a kid’s meal (no coupon) $5.49 plus taxes, Plus whatever you may have purchased for yourself + $75.00 min = $10.00 off your next purchase. Saving – no, I would call this closer to exploitation! It is not the lack of an actual gift card that is bothering me, it is the fact that they are misleading the public… Just utilizing my freedom of speach!

  2. Gloria – We can understand your frustration. We agree it’s more of a coupon than gift card. However, you should have not been surprised by the purchase requiremnet, as it was clearly stated in our post. We’re strong advocates of reading “the fine print” on all promos before making a purchase or special trip. Thank you for your feedback. -Bryan

  3. Bryan,
    I appologize, my comment was not about your post. I was driving heard the ad checked it out – looked legit. I want others to know what it is all about. In Winnipeg radio ads clearly state 10.00 gift card with every kid’s meal, Wendy’s menu board states the same. No fine print or further details. When in fact the coupon received states Purchase $75.00 and get a $10.00 gift card for your next purchase. Not quite what your post reads but might be a Canadian Promo… The way I see it it is a great marketing ploy. I was on my way to purchase an Xbox and some games. I thought cool $10.00 not much but every little bit helps. When I read the coupon I was shocked that the ads were not clear. I purchased elsewhere. Would have worked out to approx .024% discount. Humm you would think that Toys R Us and Wendys could come up with a better discount offer. Things must be tight!

  4. It says on my info it’s off $50.00..?

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