"When your child celebrates their birthday at Build-A-Bear Workshop, they get the full Build-A-Bear experience!" the company promises on its website.
Build-A-Bear said that it expects to give out more than 200,000 tickets to eligible people in the U.S., Canada and the U.K.to attend the Pay Your Age event, which will take place from June 24 through June 28.
If you win a ticket, you can pay your child's age for up to two stuffed friends at Build-A-Bear Workshop. Then, the child can create their own bear. There's a limit of two bears per ticket.More news: David Ortiz's wife Tiffany issues statement updating Big Papi's health
Build-A-Bear is back with another "Pay Your Age" event at select locations and on select dates between June 24-28. The winners can redeem that prize any time within the course of a year.
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After last year's debacle that was Pay Your Age Day, Build-A-Bear is tweaking the offer in 2019.More news: Radiohead share hacked files from OK Computer sessions
The deadline to complete the following three steps is 11:59 p.m. on June 16. Several stores around the country closed shop before even opening because of safety concerns.
Last year, thousands of shoppers stood in long lines outside stores to get their hands on a new furry friend.
The birthday party package - Count Your Candles - allows guests to pick their party them and invite friends for the experience.More news: USA signed ‘another very important part’ of immigration deal with Mexico
This year, to prevent that from happening again, they are doing the special deal in the form of a sweepstakes.
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