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Consider a toy rental service instead of spending a bundle on tons of new toys
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Renting toys isn't cheap, but it could be cheaper than the alternative. For most people, LOZO wouldn't recommend a costly service like this. However, if you tend to buy lots of full price toys, only to have to replace them in a few months if you kids get bored, then it's worth a look. Ask local play establishments to see if they offer rentals. Online you can try Babyplays.com which operates similarly to Netflix. There you'll get 4 to 10 toys each month to keep for 30 days or longer, with monthly fees from $27 to $65 (all shipping fees are included). That's a yearly out-of-pocket of $324 to $780, so it really only pays if your other option is spending substantially more on lots of new toys.