Tin Toy Arcade Review: Fisher Price Vintage Toys and Coupon Code

Everything Mommyhood received the items mentioned below and was compensated for this posting. All opinions are those of our own.

Tin Toy Arcade logoTin Toy Arcade is an online store that sells everything retro! If you’re looking for Wooly Willy, Green Army Men, Gumby, Sock Monkeys, Duncan Imperial Yo Yo, Bozo the Clown, Silly Putty, Cap Guns, or anything of the sort, Tin Toy Arcade is your one stop shop. You can literally find ANYTHING retro throwback from your childhood. Think way way back, and anything you can think of, they have it! Super cool right??


Here at Everything Mommyhood, we’re a sucker for everything vintage. I just love those retro throw backs, especially when it comes to stuff for my kids. I remember back in the day as a kid playing with these toys from Fisher Price, so when we were contacted by Tin Toy Arcade, I was SO excited to be able to try out these toys!

I picked out a few things from Tin Toy Arcade that I knew my kids would like. I actually have these put up for Christmas presents since it’s right around the corner.

I picked out the Fisher Price Vintage Toys as these were some of my favorites when I was younger!


Fisher Price Music Box Record Player – This toy was first introduced in 1971 by Fisher Price. It comes with 4 double sided “records” that you can play. The songs included are: Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, The Farmer in the Dell, Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone?, London Bridge, Camptown Races, Children’s Marching Song, Hickory Dickory Dock, and Au Clair De La Lune. You can open the record player and store all of the records right inside and your child can carry around with the convenient carrying handle.
Note: this does require 3 AA batteries that are not included.

FPTeachClockFisher Price Music Box Teaching Clock – This toy was introduced in 1968 by Fisher Price, and it’s so fun to teach little ones how to tell time on! It plays the song Grandfather’s Clock, and is shaped like a cute little red school house! It has a convenient carry handle too, which is great for toddlers to carry around.


Fisher Price School Days Desk – This is a favorite and was introduced by Fisher Price in 1972. It comes complete with letters, stencils, chalk, and an eraser, which the school days desk opens to store it all inside! It also has a super convenient carrying handle to make portability for your toddler easy!

If you’re looking for vintage toys and items to share with your children, Tin Toy Arcade is definitely the place to shop. What we received is just a very small snippet of what they have to offer. The holidays are coming up, and Tin Toy Arcade is the place to be!

Check them out, I’d like to hear what you think!!!

Buy it: You can purchase these toys at TinToyArcade.com.
Fisher Price Music Box Record Player – $39.98
Fisher Price Music Box Teaching Clock – $24.98
Fisher Price School Days Desk – $28.98

Exclusive Coupon Code for Everything Mommyhood readers, you can save 15% off your purchase!
Coupon code: ETMH15

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What is a toy from your childhood that you’d love to see your children play with?

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  1. OH EM GEE I love these. Thank you for sharing the coupon.

  2. This is AMAZING!!! So many awesome toys I haven’t seen in so long!

  3. aaawwwww I remember having the music recorder! But now as a parent, not sure I could handle my kids having it! haha But what’s a little noise when they are having fun, right?

  4. Angie Fiack says:

    My little sister had all of the toys you reviewed.

  5. I remember the Slinky and the Wooly Willy that I had as a child. Fun toys.
    slehan at juno dot com

  6. I will have to look thru these toys for my niece. Thanks for the coupon code! 🙂

  7. What a cool store.I remember some of these toys. I wonder what kids think of these toys today, with all of the gadgets that they have now.

  8. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us. I really like Fisher Price toys for kids. They always hold up so well and they have some great learning toys. Thank you so much for sharing

  9. What a cool shop. I remember all of the toys you have featured above. I look forward to shopping at the Tiny Toy Arcade.

  10. How fun! My mother actually adores the vintage toys and has her own slinky.

  11. Rosalind Gutierrez says:

    What fun interactive toys that never go out of style.

  12. Nataile Brown says:

    So cool! I’m always looking for vintage toys for my grandson so I’ll for sure check-out their shop. This clock brings back so many memories. It was one of my first toys. Thanks for the information!

  13. The clock is such a good idea for kids to learn to tell time.

    slehan at juno dot com

  14. Tamra Phelps says:

    Has there ever been a toddler who didn’t have that clock, lol? Another one that I think we all had was the see & say, it was round, and you could point the arrow at any animal on it, pull the string & hear the animal’s noise!

  15. We had a record player like that growing up. I think middle/high school kids now would go: What’s a record???

    slehan at juno dot com

  16. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I will be giving some of these things for Christmas this year. It brings back memories of my boys when they were young

  17. I don’t remember the wooly willie but, I do recall similar boards like it. It’s nice that there’s a place that still sells items like this.

  18. Amber Ludwig says:

    I was so excited to see all these vintage toys in store!! What a neat thing to bring back!! that record player brings back such fond memories!!

  19. Edna Williams says:

    My Slinky was such a nice toy! Didn’t know you could still buy this stuff! Thanks for the post!

  20. Fisher Price toys are great. We have had fisher price toys at our house for many years for my children and my grandchildren. They have always been fun learning toys and hold up so well. Thank you so much for sharing these. God Bless

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