12/5/14



We are in the middle of holiday shopping season, thank goodness we are almost finished our holiday shopping!

It's time for you to be reminded to pick up one of the most important things you can stuff in a stocking or wrap up under the tree - the batteries that power the toys your kids have been longing for! 

Duracell are the #1 recommended batteries for so many things from emergency use in flashlights to our ever loved Christmas toys. Pick up some Duracell Quantum, the worlds most advanced alkaline battery for your holiday needs.

When you purchase a toy or electronic always remember to check for those three little words "batteries not included". Even if they are, it may be a good idea to add some batteries to the gift because we all know the demo ones don't always last very long after opening the toy! 

Duracell and Hasbro help #powersmiles this holiday season by making children's Christmases a little brighter. Each year many families spend time in hospitals with sick children. To help families enjoy the magic of the holidays in the midst of illness, Duracell will be donating a year's supply of batteries to hospitals across Canada. 

Learn more about Hasbro and Duracell on their official websites!



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Duracell and Hasbro Power Holiday Smiles once again! One lucky AME reader has the chance to win an awesome Hasbro Duracell Holiday Prize pack which includes one Hasbro toy* and a pack of Duracell batteries to enjoy! Enter using the ballot below for your chance to win! 

Open to Canadian residents 18+ (excluding Quebec). Mandatory entry must be done for extras to count. One entry per household. Entrants are required to use a valid email address upon entering. Winners are required to fill out a prize claim form and answer a skill testing question to qualify.

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Posted in participation with the P&GMom Ambassador program. Perks and incentives are received as part of the program however opinions and comments are always those of the author. *Prize toy is randomly chosen by sponsors of this giveaway. You may or may not receive the toy pictured in this review*




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34 comments:

  1. My daughter wants a frozen dress, it takes no batteries.

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  2. Barbie Camper and I don't think it takes batteries but we always have a stash of batteries on hand at Christmas just in case! (Judy Cowan)

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  3. A Nintendo 3DS and it takes batteries.

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  4. Pokemon cards - no batteries but the kids always get batteries in their stockings!

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  5. One of my grandkids would love an Elsa doll and as far as I know she doesn't need batteries, but I'm not sure.

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  6. a cash register. Not sure if it takes batteries

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  7. The Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Smart Stages Chair which does require batteries.

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  8. Hot Wheels is at the top of the list - one of the track sets. Probably the fave right now is the Hot Wheels Track Builder Total Turbo Takeover Track Set (or a similar one) - and it does require batteries.

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  9. Hot Wheels for my grandsons and anything from Frozen for my granddaughters. Depending on what it is some of these toys will need batteries.

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  10. She desperately wants some new trains for her Thomas collection - no batteries required.

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  11. My sons want some BoomCo Blasters. I think some take batteries and others don't.

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  12. Lego is at the top of the list and it does not need batteries, but we usually have to stock up on batteries before Christmas.
    Julie G

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  13. My daughter is begging for the FurReal Friends Get Up and Go Go My Walkin' Pup Pet. Yes it takes batteries, so I will make sure i am stocked up!

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  14. The #1 toy would be lego and thankfully it doesn't require batteries.

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  15. A Star Wars LEGO set, no batteries needed on that one.
    Cheers.

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  16. the #1 toy on our little ones list is the LeapReader Junior and yes it takes batteries!

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  17. My dd's #1 toy this year is an Elsa doll so no batteries.

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  18. Lego this year fro the grandkids.

    Florence C

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  19. Really want the Holiday Barbie and she doesn't use batteries.

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  20. My daughter wants doll stuff that doesn't require batteries, but my son want Thomas train stuff which I think does require some batteries.

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  21. My son want's an iPhone, yes for batteries, but it's built in.

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  22. My little guys would like Hot Wheels so no batteries.

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  23. Hotwheels. No, does not require batteris.

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  24. Holiday Barbie, but no batteries needed.

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  25. My son wants a Makey Makey Kit. It does not require batteries per se.

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  26. the zoomer dog and it needs batteries.

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  27. My DD5 is asking Santa for a remote control car - we'll need lots of batteries! :)

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  28. My son wants lego, so no batteries needed!

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