Okay, this isn’t very geeky but I know the purse strings are tight this year and maybe you have daughter, niece, or other Tinker Bell fan girl on your list who would love this remote controlled, flying Tinker Bell from Disney. Disney sent me one to give away and it’s getting late so this is my Frugal Friday gift to you. Comment below and she will be winging her way to you fast. This is a quick – 25 hour – giveaway so don’t dawdle!

Here is her official description from Disney:

FlyTech Tinker Bell Indoor Flying Robot (Disney and WowWee)
Experience the magic of make-believe with Tinkerbell – a fantastic, flying friend.  Made from high-flex materials, Tinkerbell is durable so you don’t have to worry about her getting into mischief. Using a single channel remote controller designed perfectly for little hands, launch and fly your Tinker Bell with ease.  When she gets tired and needs to rest her wings, recharge her directly on the wand remote controller using the built in charger cable.  For ages 6 and up.  AVAILABLE AT:
Retailers nationwide and online, including Sears, Target, Wal-Mart.  SRP $39.99 USD.

Good luck! Happy Frugal Friday! And thanks Norma for thinking of this giveaway!


10 thoughts on “Tinker Bell Giveaway”

  1. This Tinkerbell just went on clearance at RadioShack for $19.97 if anyone is still interested.

  2. I would love to give Tinkerbell to my grandaughter. E.S.

  3. I definetly know someone who would love this! And considering she just found the hamster I had hidden-i’m at a loss as to what Santa will bring!

  4. My daughter loves tinker bell I I know this will make my 2 year old son laugh. I have never seen this before super cute.

  5. I know a little girl who would love her!

  6. “Don’t eat yellow snow!” from Tangie and Becky in the land of the cold fairies-Sandpoint, Idaho

  7. Tink is one of my fav characters. I’m thinking of getting a tattoo of her on my shoulder, so I have my very own fairy watching over me 🙂 And I have a little cousin who, I think would love it!

  8. “When the first baby laughed for the first time, the laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about. And that was the beginning of fairies.” — Tinkerbell

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