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New Sesame Tins at Target

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by Drtooth, Nov 12, 2002.

  1. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I went to Target this weekend, trying (in Vain) to find Halloween discounted candy, and they have the Christmas Gift Tins out. I saw Spongebob, Barbie, BatMan, Harry Potter, Micky Mouse, Scooby Doo, among others, and then I saw them.

    They have four new Sesame Street Cookie Tins (shaped like little lunch boxes) filled with Alphabet shaped Cookies (how appropo).

    Three designs are small, round Cookie Tins with two different characters on each side,

    1) Cookie Monster and Grover

    2) Big Bird with Bert and Ernie

    3) Elmo and Zoe (I think I'll skip that one)

    Plus, a larger one shaped like... well... one of the kinds of Lunch Boxes that Fred Flintstone (and other workers) carry with the 6 characters mentioned, plus Count, and Oscar.

    The small ones (with 1 oz of Cookies) are about 2.99 each and the big one (2 Oz) is 3.99.
  2. Aerosmith

    Aerosmith New Member

  3. juliette

    juliette New Member

    I think I just found a WAY cool Christmas present for people this year ... or a cool way to wrap gifts, too! Thanks for the heads up, Drtooth.

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