2016 29th Annual American Girl Benefit Sale for Madison Children's Museum Sale Saturday Prices!
The 29th annual American Girl Benefit Sale for the Madison Children's Museum in Madison, Wisconsin is in 8 days, people! 8 DAYS! And, with that, the prices for the Saturday part of the sale have been posted. The sale usually has retired dolls, and there is no exception for that tradition this year. Isabelle Palmer, who is Girl of the Year 2014, Grace Thomas, who is Girl of the Year 2015 and Caroline Abbot, who is a BeForever doll from 1812 that got retired last year, are all available at the main part of the sale, as well as some other dolls that are on silent auction. Let's go!
Truly Me outfits are limited to 3 per person. The outfits available for the Truly Me dolls are down below.
Truly Me furniture sets are limited to 1 per person. The furniture sets available are down below.
Bitty outfits are limited to 4 per person. The outfits available are down below.
Bitty accessory sets are limited to 1 per person. The accessories available are down below.
BeForever outfits are limited to 1 per person. The outfits available are down below.
These next 2 BeForever sets are unlimited. The sets are down below.
The Corgi Puppy is limited to 1 per person and costs $12 at the sale.
Truly Me dolls cost $57.50 and are limited to 8 per person.
BeForever dolls are limited to 1 per person. There are varying prices depending on who you get. The prices are shown below.
There are two Girl of the Year dolls available. Each doll is limited to 3 per person. The dolls available are shown below.
All Bitty dolls are limited to 1 per person. They cost $40.
And, that's it! While you are waiting in line for the sale, there is a play area complete with crafts, a photo booth and a doll diner, a silent auction for older dolls not available at the sale, a craft sale, and a raffle for American Girl items, 7 am tickets for the 2017 Benefit Sale and a Bitty Baby signed by Pleasant Rowland.
This post was so long I won't do American Girl Trivia! COMMENT DISCUSSION QUESTION: What was the cheapest you've got a doll for?
MY ANSWER: Free! I actually got 3 dolls for free. It was awesome!