Wiggles Week at Target

11 September 2007

Just saw the range of Wiggles gear going on sale from tomorrow (13th Sep) at Target.

Of particularly good value (in my view) is the DVDs at $12.99 and the Wiggles T-Shirts at $14.99 (about half of what I paid at their recent concert!)

TOPICS:   Mums and Kids

7 comments

  • ScarletRubies
    My 3 yo is keen on Wiggles, and it's nice to be able to "buy Australian" in terms of supporting local artists. That said, I'm very sensitive to buying anything at all coming out China with the recent problems with formaldehyde (in clothing etc) and lead in painted toys. I still vote hot - but reckon we need to be careful label readers, especially with kids gear!
  • nod
    Thanks Troy1 and Welcome to Buckscoop Kids really are obsessed with the Wiggles. Can't see the attraction really :D But they do have some pretty good priced merchandise. I will tells my sis's!
  • nod
    http://www.target.com.au/html/catalogue/1097/img/1097e10.jpg http://www.target.com.au/html/catalogue/1097/img/1097e11.jpg
  • nod
    http://www.target.com.au/html/catalogue/1097/img/1097e12.jpg http://www.target.com.au/html/catalogue/1097/img/1097e13.jpg I do think the Wiggles talk and sing dolls are a bit scarey looking :D
  • admin EDITOR
    thanks troy1 - I still dont quite get the wiggles. I've tried watching them but they just dont make any sense to me :D
  • ScarletRubies
    Oh, so much more sense than Teletubbies. Or Boohbah. And they are more appropriately dressed (IMO) than Hi 5 (for the toddler crowd). My gosh... I sound like a Wiggles nut. I'm not really. I like Play School. ;)
  • admin EDITOR
    there's huge market in sounding like the wiggles ruby.

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