Are you looking to do a toy purge before the holidays? There is a great place to get rid of the toys and games that are collecting dust. Right on the Langley ByPass is a bright and fabulous toy store called Toy Traders. It was established in 1995 and has since become BC’s largest independent toy store. Also, Toy Traders is the largest collectibles store in Canada.
You can trade in toys or collectibles for in-store credit. Take them to the Trade Centre Tuesdays through Thursdays from 10:00am-5:00pm. When the staff accept and calculate the value, you will receive Trader bucks. There is a list of things they do not take for trade. It does change occasionally. If in doubt, phone during trading hours. Take the time to stroll around the whole store while they look at your things. You never know what you might find to spend the trade dollars on.
Trader bucks have no expiry date and are tax-free. They are also transferrable and can make a great gift. Trader bucks are a great way to teach your kids to save up for a new toy.
Reuse and Relive Memories
If a beloved toy has gone missing, chances are you might find a replacement at Toy Traders. Also, parents may find some favourite toys from their childhood to share with the kids. From Star Wars to collectible KISS dolls, there are many great treasures in the store. The Thomas Train tables are a huge hit for the kids to play while you browse their expansive DVD/BluRay and video games selection, that start at as low as $3.99.
Keep Toy Traders in mind for stocking stuffers and other great gifts for the holidays. Toy Traders has a great return policy as well. Every trip to Toy Traders brings a new experience. Visit often to see what is new. Stay tuned for news about their new location in 2015.
Toy Traders is open Monday to Wednesday and Saturdays from 9:00am-6:00pm, Thursday to Friday from 9:00am-9:00pm, and Sundays and holidays from 10:00am-6:00pm.
Danielle moved to Langley with her husband when she was expecting their first child. It was a move of convenience eight years ago, and they can’t imagine living anywhere else. They fell in love with the neighborhood and the community around it. Danielle’s personal blog (MotherlessMoments.com) was nominated for Vancouver Mom Top Blogger 2013. She writes about being motherless and raising a child with autism. Find her on Twitter: @DanielleASigne