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It's Back! Chicago Toy & Game Fair 2012 (GIVEAWAY)

It's the 10th anniversary of the Chicago Toy & Game Fair and just like last year, I'm giving away a free weekend pass!!

We went last year and while we could only stay a short time, we had a ton of fun. This year we'll definitely be staying for a longer period of time.

ChiTAG happens the weekend of November 17 & 18 and will be held at Navy Pier. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids, but free admission for teachers, librarians, members of the military, Boy/Girl Scouts in uniform, children under 3 years of age. On Sunday, grandparents accompanied by kids admitted free of charge.

The kid playing a HUGE Perplexus
So how do you get my free weekend pass? Just comment. I'll draw a random winner on Tuesday. It's that simple. No need to tweet or send me cupcakes.

The games at ChiTAG and not just for the kids. I'm sure some adult-sized kids would have a great time.

So hurry and comment! Deadline is Tuesday at noon!!

Comments

Bucktown Mom said…
Thanks for letting folks know about this fun event!
RadChildPhx said…
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RadChildPhx said…
Awesome, I'm stoked, it sounds like a lot of fun! ianthevedj@yahoo.com
The Tribe said…
Looking forward to attending this event!
Veronica said…
Random.org says....#3! Congrats The Tribe.

Bucktown Mom & RadChildPhx, I'll do another drawing soon and you'll have an automatic entry.
Veronica said…
The Tribe...don't have your email address! Comment & leave it and I'll send you a weekend pass.

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