Super Mario Fridge Magnets - £3 instore in Sainsbury's
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Super Mario Fridge Magnets - £3 instore in Sainsbury's

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Found 3rd Dec 2016Made hot 3rd Dec 2016
Just picked a couple of these up in my Sainsbury's (Spalding) but they will be in any other Sainsbury's store with a pre-filled Paladone gift shipper - it's a tall cardboard display with 'Santa's Grotto' sign on top, with an assortment of gift items. I'd imagine most larger stores have them. Doesn't show up on the website. I've put it in the Gaming category on here because it seemed like the best fit

Design a new level or re-create a classic!
80 magnetic characters and icons from the original game
Mix and match to customize your fridge
Not suitable for children under 36 months
Officially licensed product


Look like a nice quality item, and obviously can be used on things other than fridges... Gets good reviews on Amazon and elsewhere and there's a few example pics kicking around the internet as well. Here's a link to the Amazon page :

amazon.co.uk/Sup…ros.

Sainsbury's SKU number for checking stock is 130830846

£4.99 on Amazon (dispatched by Amazon themselves but out of stock until 9th December) and seem to be around that price elsewhere. Looks like a good quality set and a good gift for geeky 31 year olds like myself that grew up with Mario, or younger players who are getting into it

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Yeah, got these in Whitley Bay store the other day as a stocking filler. Not opened but looks a nice little present and fun.

http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/high-res/2565671_1.jpg

Original Poster

Ninbox4

Photo of packaging



Ta for that! I changed the picture at the top of the thread to something which gives a better idea

Edited by: "chippytea" 3rd Dec 2016

chippytea

Ta for that! I changed the picture at the top of the thread to something … Ta for that! I changed the picture at the top of the thread to something which gives a better idea



No problem, looks like a fun item for £3, nice find!

Original Poster

Ninbox4

No problem, looks like a fun item for £3, nice find!



The more I think about it the more it looks like a misprice. The Scrabble fridge magnets are £4.50 (down from £6) so I can't see how they can value these significantly more awesome Mario ones at £3 without discount. Wouldn't be surprised if the price got adjusted assuming there is more stock to be delivered to stores

Not suitable for children under 30 years

Original Poster

Just popped back in for another one to allow me to make a more elaborate fridge display - here's a picture of the stand they are on to help people locate them, not at work so not sure how stock works on these but I'd not be surprised if, being a pre-filled shipper, these are 'while stocks last' gifts and won't be replenished once the original stock sells through :

http://i67.tinypic.com/2w4jtyx.jpg
Edited by: "chippytea" 4th Dec 2016

Original Poster

Example photo - used most pieces from one pack to do this, the spare magnets are in the plastic bag. Looking forward to doing a proper one covering both sides of the fridge, but it'll have to be lower down as the top right of the fridge has things the niece has done as well as a few photos

http://i67.tinypic.com/nnadra.jpg

Absolutely love this, bought the last few at my local store to give as gifts! Thanks OP, heat added!

Original Poster

wehttam

Absolutely love this, bought the last few at my local store to give as … Absolutely love this, bought the last few at my local store to give as gifts! Thanks OP, heat added!



Never thought I'd enjoy playing with a £3 stocking filler as much I know it's not a 'smoking hot' deal but it's a great little diversion for £3 and I've had fun with it. Need to open the other one and make something more elaborate

Ta for the heat

Love this thank you hope they have at local

Where is the best place to get a good wall mountable, magnetic board? Would be nice if the kid could have these for his bedroom. Might save the fridge for the PacMan or space invaders magnets

Still in stock in my local yay!
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