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# 205998 6-Dec-2016 09:26
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Hi guys.

Need to buy some Parry supplies for a children's party. Looking to buy a pinata and a set or two of pin the tail on the donkey mainly.

Any recommendations about where to buy from? If delivery was before the end of the week then that's great.

Thanks.

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  # 1683112 6-Dec-2016 09:34
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go to one of those dollar saver type stores , the bigger ones have more range , they have everything you want.





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  # 1683114 6-Dec-2016 09:35
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  # 1683116 6-Dec-2016 09:36
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Where are you?

 

 

 

Looksharp stores would be my pick. https://www.looksharpstore.co.nz/

 

Pinata's galore!


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  # 1683135 6-Dec-2016 09:59
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Warehouse, supermarket ....





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  # 1683141 6-Dec-2016 10:08
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No delivery afaik, but if you are still in Wellington you could try Petes Emporium?


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  # 1683163 6-Dec-2016 10:30
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No idea where you live, but we've bought piñatas at both K-Mart and The Warehouse in the past.

 

General party supplies - shops like Uncle Bill's, Hello Banana... name your local version...


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Saw this headline and wondered if you meant, ahem, "party supplies"...!






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