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Transformers Prime RID Ultra Magnus and Thundertron $12 at Ross, More

By PuertoRiCON on Wednesday, December 19, 2012



Thanks to forums member PuertoRiCON just picked both up Ultra Magnus and Thundertron for $11.00 USD at a Ross store Central Florida. He also comments about seeing RID Rumble, Vehicons, Knock-outs for $7 USD. This is great news for the fans who have been hunting for these toys offline. Have you seen Transformers Prime toys at Ross? Post your sightings in the comments. Check out the images after the jump for looks at the Ross sighting.

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Transmitte
2012-12-20
9:06 pm

I can see this, especially with the ones they are pushing through the Aldi grocery stores here in the the central and midwest areas. Am kinda cranky now since I paid full for UM and Thunderpants. Annnnd: If they(Hasbro) can let them go so cheap at Ross, why the serious mark up at the regular B &... read more 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-12-19
10:17 pm

That is the only thing it could be, But then Prime has been showing up for awhile at Ross, from Bumblebee's blaster to actual Bumblebee's 
Nguyen_Dragon
2012-12-19
9:55 pm

I am guessing regular stores are making room for Beast Hunters... 
MikePrime
2012-12-19
9:41 pm

That's crazy. 
PuertoRiCON
2012-12-19
7:38 pm

Also saw a bunch of PRID Rumble, Vehicons, Knock-outs for $7 
Blitz-Wing
2012-12-19
7:33 pm

Wow, and those 2 haven't been out that long. Honestly surprised those POS Powerizers aren't there either. 
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