Start Your Engines! Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Are Sure to Be a Sell Out This Holiday Season (So Get Yours Now!)

September 27, 2011 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

I know most of you are probably just now getting around to figuring out the Halloween situation, but allow me to jump ahead for just a moment. The holiday rush will start in just a few months, so it’s really never too early to start shopping. Especially because so many of the hot toys for 2011 are already available.

And some are even cheap! Take Hot Wheels wall tracks, for example. These cool racing tracks for your kid’s Hot Wheels cars easily affix to just about any wall so your little one can race his/her cars in a whole new way. Worried about your walls? Don’t be. The tracks stick with those easy off Command strips so they won’t peel the paint.

We also love that kids can get creative with their tracks. They can mix and match the pieces in tons of different combinations and patterns for some good old fashioned fun.

But here’s the awesome part. Hot Wheels wall tracks start at just… $18! A hot holiday toy for less than $20 is unheard of so you better act fast.

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