If you have been down to your local Pick n Pay recently then you will have seen the brightly coloured, squeezable kids toys that they are giving out, for free, for every R150 that you spend. These cute little plastic figurines are called Stikeez. The suction cups at their base are made to stick to all kinds of surfaces, hence the name, and there are a whole bunch Stikeez toys to collect. You can stick them to any flat surface, like tables, lunchboxes, windows, and cell phones. The Stikeez for sale are friendly little animals that love to go anywhere you do and hang out with their other adorable friends.
There are 24 adorable creatures to choose from and they all belong to their own families. You get ocean, farm, monster or jungle characters and these range from a happy hippo character called Hip-hip to Orby who is a green, one eyed monster. To make sure you find your favorite one, you better start collecting and swopping with friends on Junk Mail today!
Not only can you start collecting your Stikeez toys for free with your shopping, but Pick ‘n Pay also gives additional Stikeez on the purchase of specially selected products. You can also get hold of the limited edition items that Pick ‘n Pay has on offer. Pick n Pay has a special bag to keep your toys safe and an album that you can buy to showcase your entire collection. If you are able to collect every one of these toys, then you can enter Pick n Pay’s competition to win R2 000 in the form of a Pick n Pay toys voucher. The Stikeez 2015 competition closes on the 20th of September so make sure you get collecting.
If owning the toys aren’t enough for you, then you are in luck because Pick ‘n Pay has created a local version of the official mobile game. It’s compatible with both phones and tablets that work with iOS or Android. The game is called “Rise of the Stikeez”, and you can download it here (iOS) or here (Android) and it’s absolutely free. The game features the characters and each has their own abilities. You need to navigate your cuddly character through the various levels by using these abilities. You have to stick to walls and leap from surface to surface, collecting an assortment of glowing green balls in as few moves as possible. The game is actually very well done and can be quite challenging at times so you will probably have to help the kids out from time to time.
Here is the promotional video for the Stikeez game:
The Stikeez 2015 revolution has become a popular craze with kids across South Africa and they are being swopped and traded at schools. The trading has even gone into the real world and you can swop and find Stikeez toys online. Interested in finding Stikeez for sale? Junk Mail is the perfect place to swop or sell kids toys.