Making your money’s worth on Nerf.

If you’re one to fancy Nerf products by now, you’ve most likely realized, they are expensive. Thankfully, there are several ways on saving on Nerf related merchandise. 

One of the ways that you can definitely save is price matching. There are several stores that will price match other retailers. An example is Target, they will usually price match as long as it’s in stock at the other retailer.

Another great way to save is thrifting, which is going into thrift stores and finding Nerf toys for a low price. I walked into Goodwill and found a Nerf Alpha Trooper, a blaster that is sold at a minimum retail price for $40 at the low price of $7. What a deal! Granted, you may not always find something when you go thrifting, but that’s the risk you take when you want to save more.

Another way is buying lots on eBay or craigslist. Lots of people sell their Nerf blasters after they grow tired of them, and they usually will sell them at lower prices just to get rid of them faster. Sometimes sellers are parents who are getting rid of them because their children misbehaved.

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