May 022011
 
Gazillion Bubbles Bump N Go Bubble Bug
My kids love bubbles, so when I heard of the Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug, I knew they would have a blast with it. The Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug from Funrise Toys, is a great bubble toy for the warm spring and summer days.
The Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug spins around and blows bubbles all over the place. If it meets an obstacle, it will immediately turn around and go a different way. It actually moves rather fast, in fact it moves so fast that I have had a difficult time getting a picture while it is turned on.

It is easy to fill up the Bump-N-Go Bubble go, just open up the wings a bit, and fill it up.

Gazillion Bubbles Bubble Bug

The Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug needs a flat surface, and it can not be used in grass.

Gazillion Bubbles Bug
What I love about the Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug 
  • The kids loves it
  • It saves my breath, as I no longer has to be blowing the bubbles.
  • It makes the kids want to play outside
  • It is great for parties
  • It is a great way to keep the kids moving, as the Bump N Go Bubble Bug moves fast.
  • If it meets and obstacle, it will turn around.
  • It is recommended from ages 3+ (although my 21-month-old loves it too).

What I do not love about the Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug
  • It uses batteries (3 AAA)
  • It can only go on a hard surface, and it cannot move in grass.
On the package it is noted that the Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug should only be refilled with the Green Gazillion Bubble Solution. I had to test it out, so I used a bottle of cheap bubbles and this is the result.
When using the cheap bubbles solution the bubbles all bundled up into one big bubble instead of spreading out as small fun bubbles. With the Gazillion Bubbles solution, the bubbles were flighty and fun.

    The Ultimate Gaziliion Bubbles Photo Contest

    Funrise Toys is having a great contest – The Ultimate Gaziliion Bubbles Photo Contest. The Grand Prize winner will receive a $1,000 Toys ‘R Us Gift Card along with a “summer fun package” of Gazillion products valued at approximately $100! Funrise will also be giving away monthly prizes of $250 gift cards and bubble prizes too! 
    Please visit www.funrise.com/photocontest for more information. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but in this case it will be worth $1000!

    The contest is currently running until July 22, 2011.

    For more information about the Gazillion Bubbles Bump N Go Bubble Bug check out the Funrise Toys website.



    You can also find Funrise Toys on Facebook and on Twitter.

    Where To Buy Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug
    You can buy the Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug at Target, Walmart, 
    Toys R Us and at Amazon.com


    Win The Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug
    One of Frugality Is Free’s readers will win 
    a Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug from Funrise Toys.
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    How To Enter:
    1st Mandatory Entry  (1 entry)
    Visit the Funrise Toys website , and come back to tell me something that you have learned. 

    Giveaway Closed: Giveaway Winners Will Be Announced at the 
     Giveaway Winners page.




    This giveaway will end Wednesday June 1st at 10 p.m. EST. 

    The giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18 years old or older. I will chose the winner via Random.org, and the winner will be notified by e-mail. Make sure to leave your email, or have your contact available on your blogger profile. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and if there is no response another winner will be chosen.

    Disclaimer: I received a complimentary Gazillion Bubbles Bump-N-Go Bubble Bug for the purpose of this review and giveaway. However, any opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own, and they are only based on my experience with the Gazillion Bubbles   products.
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