Friday morning for the start of the chain's liquidation sale. Inside the store, people pushed carts while looking for discounts. Streamwood resident Matt Hokanson showed up at the store on Golf Road near Woodfield Mall about 7:15.m. More than 100 people were outside the store for the.m. The line wrapped around to the east side of the building. But many also had a strong sense of nostalgia for the toy store where they'd shopped since they were kids decades earlier. All sales will be final. Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores will continue accepting gift cards and e-gift cards for another 30 days, but they'll no longer take coupons.
"It was cheaper than (on) Amazon now he said, referring to the online retailer blamed for driving many brick-and-mortar stores out of business. Schaumburg resident Yousuf Amin Al Fatwa bought a car seat for his 3-year-old son, Saeed.
But he and other early birds noticed the smaller print on the sign indicating some merchandise will be exempt from liquidation prices. Store furniture and fixtures are also likely to be up for sale. Toys R Us expects to finish liquidating all of its roughly 735 stores by the end of June, according to court documents, although some locations may close sooner than that. He had warm clothes and a camp chair to keep comfortable until the store opened. Gift-wrap and party supplies were 30 percent off. With a sign near the front door offering discounts of up to 30 percent on merchandise, the early birds had deals on their minds. Hokanson was hoping to purchase a Nintendo Switch video game system - if it was among the items discounted at 30 percent off. Daily Herald wire services contributed to this report. Lego construction sets were among the items discounted 5 percent, while preschool toys, car seats and games were among those priced at 10 percent off. "So I've got no problem waiting in line for things.". Don't know the expiry date. Large selection of beads, charms, bracelets, and jewellery from popular brands such as OHM, Novobeads, Aurora Charm, True Beadz and many more.