• Pay $10 for $20 to spend in-store at PJ's Collectibles
• Over 800 items available
• In business for 27 years
• PROMOTION EXPIRES June 3, 2013
Forget being a pack rat. Our feathered friend is a pack chicken. DealChicken loves collecting and loves collectibles even more. There’s a reason they call it memorabilia. That’s because each cherished object brings to mind a particular memory. It’s why DealChicken is so cuckoo for the hobby. At PJ’s Collectibles in Green Bay, our barnyard buddy (and you, too!) can get all the collectibles his little heart desires. Snap up this deal today, and you can get $20 worth of goodies for $10. That’s a 50% savings! Fly by soon to save on cards, décor, ornaments, gifts and collectibles.
Located in Green Bay, PJ's Collectibles has been open for business for 27 years with 10 Christmases at their Military Avenue location. No matter what you're looking for, the folks at PJ's can help you find it. The shop is stocked with myriad gifts and collectibles. From Disney or Peanuts to Star Wars or Star Trek, the shelves abound with memorabilia. Religious commemoration gifts, wildlife decor and pet collectibles also are available. With the holidays approaching, you can swing by PJ's to load up on hand- and mouth-blown glass ornaments, imported directly from Italy.
50% off holiday items and collectibles at PJ's Collectibles
- Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Certificate cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon, certificate or promotion. Not valid for the "After Christmas Clearance Sale" or any other in-store promotions.
The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
With more than 800 different pieces available, PJ’s Collectibles houses the largest selection of Old World Christmas ornaments in the state of Wisconsin. The Merck family has been producing Old World Christmas ornaments since 1979. Each glass figure is mouth-blown and then painted and glittered. The techniques used to create each ornament are the same techniques used to create ornaments in the 1800s.