Monster 500 Series of toys are the newest thing to hit the market and they’re fantastic. Providing hours of enjoyment to my little ones with their wacky sense of style, crazy driving skills and whirlwind of a race track that get my kids jumping and screaming. When we break out the Monster 500 toys and tracks the kids get so excited and eagerly wait in anticipation for me to set them up so the races can begin. You have the small Monster 500 vehicles with a spooky driver, the large Monster 500 vehicle with a crazy monkey and two fantastic tracks that go higher than high.
If your child loves scary and gross monsters than Monster 500 sets need to find their way under your Christmas tree this year. It’s a unique gift that we haven’t seen on tv yet and my 4 and 5 year old were overly impressed. The monster 500 small vehicles feature 10 fast and freaky monsters to collect that retail for just $4.99 at Toys R Us. The monster 500 large vehicles come in a variety of 4 monsters including Zoom Zombie, CrocPot, Lead Food and Flattop Frank retailing at just $14.99 at Toys R Us.
The Monster 500 Graveyard Gauntlet Track Set is perfect for those little racers to have a battle to the finish line for kids. Just slam the skeletons head and your crazy monsters are on their way down doom hill. If you want to see your kids laugh and smile this is definitely going to do that for them. Retailing for just $19.99 at your local Toys R Us. Last but not least the Toxic Terror Trap Set is the biggest race track of them all. Watch the twisting, twirling and racing with the included monster: Evil Clownevil and sit back and enjoy. So many obstacles arising for doors of the freaky factory, terrorizing monster and mutant gators. Available for just $34.99 at Toys R Us this one was my kids favorite.
Each car and track set comes with a unique Monster card that contains a unique code. That code can be used to unlock monster cars on the Monster 500 smart phone app and batteries aren’t needed, score.
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