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I was in the Harrisburg/Lancaster area for the weekend. Actually all of the toy shopping I did was disappointing.


Lancaster: Park City Mall TRU

Nothing interesting! They did have two Ti Soundwaves.


Harrisburg: Target and Walmart. I want to say they were on or near route 322 but I really do not know my way around there.

Anyway they had nothing interesting!


Back in Pittsburgh - Waterfront Big Lots. None of the $2 LoC KOs at all. Man I don't think I have ever found any good toys at that store.

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Im in Hershey, The K-mart Near the Weis and Panera Bread Has the Protoforms!!!!!!!!! I got a few of each of the 2, but they are OVERstocked, theres an entire section with them in it.

Not sure if they have bee found beofre but yeah.


Gargunkle, u go to the harrisburg target? i go there all the time, u must live real close to me lol. The walmart too i go to. is there a Sams club next to it?

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How much was Kmart charging for the protoforms?


I actually live in Pittsburgh, was just visiting. I'm not sure where exactly the Target was that I went to. My mother-in-law said it was built within the last year, if that helps.

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yeah i know exaclty where ur talkin about, there is a Waffle house up the street, and a JCPennys at the opposite end. i go there all the time, lol. I was there this weekend. They had a bunch of Op-Megs 2 packs and Dirges and cliffjumpers.I bought some Star wars figs, and a Saesee Tinns starfighter, along with ramjet, cliffy,and a hotrod.


K-mart is charging 10.89 for them. its a dollar more expensive, but they are worth it. I haven't seen them anywhere else. But even though they look awkward, the are greatly detailed and SUPER poseable, defiantly worth every penny.

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Pittsburgh: Waterfront Target: 30% off Classics as reported elsewhere here. I picked up Mirage, CJ ($7 each), and the last 3 mini-con packs ($5 each). They had a bunch of Primes, Ult. Battle 2-packs, and a few Megs ($14 each for these). Oh, and more Mirages.

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Today's trip to the Monroeville area was a dud. At the Target there, they had no Classic Deluxes - the only ones I am still looking for. (They did have some of the mini-cons and Primes.)


TRU there had nothing new or interesting.


Monroeville and Penn Hills Big Lots had none of the KO LoC figures.

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Major classics score, discounted! At Target stores.


Off Camp Horne Rd. exit of 279 north: Mirage ($5)


North Hills Village (I think that's what it's called): extra CJ, 2 Ramjets ($5 each), extra Jetfire ($10)

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Found the protoforms and an extra Classics Jetfire at the Du Bois walmart this past weekend :thumb

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