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BACK AGAIN: Magrific 100-piece 3D Magnetic Tile Building Sets for $59.99 with free shipping on Amazon (great idea for Afikoman gift!)

Have you been wanting to buy your creative child one of those fantastic 3D magnetic tile 100-piece building sets, but can't because those prices of $75 and up are just not in the toy budget this year?

Amazon has got this Magrific 100-piece 3D Magnetic Tile Building Sets for $59.99 with free shipping.  Now that's definitely more reasonable in terms of price.  This would make a wonderful Afikoman gift for a fortunate kid.

Because this set was so new to the magnetic building tile group,  I had no idea how these compared to the more conventional expensive sets, like Magna Tiles or Picasso Tiles.  But there are now three positive reviews posted.  Here's an excerpt from one of them:
I was skeptical about buying these because they were so much cheaper than other brands. I've never used other brands, but I am happy to say our family loves these. I have a 5 year old, 2 year old and 1 year old boys and they have already taken a lot of abuse and held up great. The magnets are strong enough to build things quite tall. You can carry some sturdier creations around without them breaking, but a lot of them will break if you try to carry them. That's not an issue for us though as we don't usually feel the need to move them around.   My 5 year old has really shown creativity with these and he has played with them almost daily since he got them for Christmas nearly a month ago. Lately he loves to make creative boxes and containers and put toys or "presents" in them for us. I've also noticed everyone who sees my Son play with them wants to try them. My husband and I actually enjoy playing these with our kids so much that we ordered a second set today.
It's a great value at 60 cents per magnetic tile, the lowest priced set in the market.

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