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Toys"R"Us® will remain open for 88 consecutive hours

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Toys"R"Us® announced that its stores nationwide will remain open for 88 consecutive hours beginning at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, December 21 and continuing through 10 p.m. on Christmas Eve, offering last-minute shoppers every opportunity to find the last minute gift on your list. This is the first time that all Toys"R"Us stores across the country will stay open 24-hours per day during the final countdown to Christmas.

On Tuesday, December 21 and Wednesday, December 22, the company's final two-day sale of the season will offer holiday shoppers incredible deals and values, with savings of 50 percent or more on featured items.  Toys"R"Us stores remain stocked with the hottest toys of the season.

"We are committed to keeping our stores open continuously during the days leading up to Christmas to ensure shoppers have all the time they need to cross off everything on their little ones' wish lists," said Greg Ahearn, Senior Vice President, Marketing and e-commerce, Toys"R"Us, Inc. "Each day, from now through Christmas Eve, our stores continue to receive shipments of the hot products to help parents find that 'must-have' toy to put under the tree."

In addition to ongoing savings on the hottest products, Toys"R"Us will offer special "Midnight Madness" deals valid in-store from midnight through 6 a.m. each day, beginning at midnight December 22. These offers will be sent to customers each day via e-mail.

All store hours can be found online at www.Toysrus.com.

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