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Do you remember the L.O.L Surprise! dolls craze last holiday season? The packaged pink ball wrapped up with a surprise bug-eyed toy inside, along with its accessories, were top sellers for months both before and after Christmas time.
Parents flocked online to get the toy any way they could (probably why it was a top-selling Cyber Monday product, and an Amazon bestseller for basically the entire year). The doll ever generated over $4 billion in sales. The toy company got so big, Kim Kardashian’s daughter, North West, walked in a fashion show for the brand.
This year, as new and more mature L.O.L products are announced, it’s looking like the toy will be just as big. No need to elbow parents out of the way to grab a doll for your little one, or wait until Black Friday or Cyber Monday to score a deal on the doll. Amazon’s offering up some bonkers sales (up to 65 percent off!) on the toys, today only.
Check out the sales below:
The biggest L.O.L toy ever: this package comes with more than 60 dolls and accessories. It’s an entire L.O.L haul, in one compact package.
The classic L.O.L doll and its suitcase accessory comes with a change of clothes — a secret identity, if you will — for the spy doll inside.
Have a tiny fashionista or makeup lover in your life? This fabulous beauty queen package is perfect for them.
Possibly the only thing cuter than the dolls themselves are their pets! They’re so adorable, you’ll want one to keep on your desk.
Imagine giving your kiddo a hamster that doesn’t smell or squeak, but makes them just as happy.
Is your kid in the “I want a puppy” phase? Go ahead and give them what they want, minus the whole live-dog thing.
Complete with two or three (it’s a surprise!) kittens, this kitty toy is cute, cuddly and purrfect.
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