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It’s been a wild and amazing ride being involved in the Disney Infinity community but unfortunately any real news for the game is mostly finished. But that doesn’t mean that Dan & Greg are in any way done with providing you fun news, wallpapers, deals, guides and more! If you’re

Disney Infinity Cancellation FAQ

It was announced last week that Disney Infinity was cancelled with Disney getting out of console gaming entirely. This was huge news to the community and many questions were raised about what was going to happen next. We’ve put together a quick recap of most of the questions we’ve seen

DI Deals: Feb 19-25

Toys R Us again has Buy 1, Get 2 Free on basically all products. Curiously, they’ve also got almost all products steeply discounted. The BOGO text implies that you can only get the deal on regularly priced items, but appears as an applicable deal on all of the discounted items,

DI Deals: Feb 12-18

Toys R Us has buy one, get two free on almost everything (excludes starters) again, but this time, it’s available online. This is a pretty good deal on most figures, save for the ones which are available under $3 at Walmart and Meijer (bolded below). Walmart has Tomorrowland Power Disc

DI Deals: Feb 5-11

Not a lot to report with Disney Infinity deals this week, unfortunately. Some major price drops we saw last week at Gamestop and Walmart have been scaled back a bit; now the cheapest you’ll find 3.0 figures from the usual vendors is $3.99, and it’s for the Alice figures, which

DI Deals: Jan 29-Feb 4

Toys R Us is continuing to try to get rid of their Disney Infinity stock. This week they have all figures down to $3.99, base pricing, no gimmicks. While that’s not an amazing deal on some figures, it is on others, so we’ve gone ahead and bolded all the $3.99

DI Deals: Jan 22-28

Deals this week are pretty similar to recent weeks; notably, TRU’s offering Buy One, Get Two on almost everything (except Starters) to clear out their Disney Infinity stock, a deal they’ve offered twice in the past month. Because of this, posted below will be a lightly edited roundup from the

DI Deals: Jan 15-21

Not a lot of action in Disney Infinity this week if you’ve been keeping score for a while. Toys R Us is running Buy One, Get One free on all Toys to Life figures and accessories. For Disney Infinity, this deal works for seemingly everything except Starters/Saga Bundles/CEs. Unfortunately, all

DI Deals: Jan 8-14

Toys R Us is running another Buy One, Get Two on almost everything sale (Starter Packs are excluded). We did a detailed breakdown of where this is and isn’t a good deal when they ran it a couple weeks ago, so in a blatant copy/paste: All of these deals only

DI Deals: Jan 1-7

Toys R Us is still trying to do everything they can to move Disney Infinity products. If you didn’t take advantage of their buy one, get two free deals last week, this week, they’ve got pretty similar pricing on most things, but without the buy-one-get-one gimmick. All figures are $3.99

DI Deals: Dec 25-31

Happy holidays to all! To start the post-Christmas deal season, TRU’s got Buy One, Get Two Free on seemingly everything except Starter Packs: Buy One Get Two Free on Play Sets (including Finding Dory and Marvel Battlegrounds, which are both in stock!), Buy One Get Two Free on Figures (including Nemo, which is

DI Deals: Dec 18-24

It’s the last week before the big day! First, and probably most significantly, Toys R Us is offering Finding Dory and the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Sets for $11.99. This is the cheapest we’ve seen them since those sets launched, and TRU’s probably looking to clear stock. Expect them to be

DI Deals: Dec 11-17

Well, Toys R Us is finally offering a gimmick that’s worthwhile: Buy One, Get Three free on regularly priced Disney Infinity figures. At their standard price of $15.99 at TRU, that’s a little under $4 per figure, which finally brings it under the $4.96 price point that has become standard

DI Deals: Dec 4-10

Given that we’re now at the point where $5 figures, $12 play sets, and $15 starters are the norm (and have been for months) for future deals posts, we’re only looking for the deals which can beat these price points. That’s not to say we’re going to stop keeping track of

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