Swiss Chalet Canada Get a Free $10 Toys R Us Fun Card with a Kids Meal!

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For the month of February, Swiss Chalet is giving you a $10 Toys R Us Fun Card with the purchase of every kids meal!  The Fun Card is good for $10 off any purchase of at least $40 at Toys R Us, you can use multiple $10 cards as long as the purchase goes up by an increment of $40 for each one.  So if your purchase is $80 you can use 2 and get $20 off!  The Fun Card will be valid from February 1- April 11 but you can only get them through the month of February.

Click here for more information.

Thanks to yagiies for this great heads up!


9 responses to “Swiss Chalet Canada Get a Free $10 Toys R Us Fun Card with a Kids Meal!”

  1. jgh83 says:

    Does this have to be eat-in or can it be take-out? Last time I ate in, I was pretty upset by the whole ordeal (and it was my birthday).

  2. maybe says:

    The website doesn’t say whether it’s just eat in or not. I would ask when placing your order if you’re doing take out.

  3. radio says:

    I am assuming its going to be dine in, like how their last misleading deal was. You buy the special festive pack to find out that you have to dine in to get the BOGO deal.

  4. Natalka says:

    You lucky people with Swiss Chalets!!! Aw….

  5. mickei says:

    Thanks for posting! We eat there once per week, so $20 gift card per visit x 4 visits for Feb = $80!

  6. mlongboat says:

    Hmmm I wonder if its $40 before coupons. I still have $5 nintendo cash and 2 $10 game coupons.

  7. hogama says:

    It’s with the purchase of a kids’ meal.

  8. Pauline Bissett says:

    I was disappointed in your $10.00 fun card promotion targeted at children who eat at Swiss Chalet. I took my grandchildren to Swiss Chalet on the weekend and they were thrilled to get the Toys R Us coupons but then tremendously disappointed that they couldn’t use them unless they or an adult first spent $40 per card at the store. I have no problem with having to spend money in order to save but felt the advertising should have been clearly geared toward adults and not children. Let’s face it, it was easy to miss the $40 spending requirement watching the ad on television. The children only saw their free $10 that they could use at a favorite toy store.

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