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Balloonatiks Review and Giveaway CLOSED Winner Inside

When we first got the Balloonatiks: The Collector’s Set Dvd in the mail my daughter kind of snubbed her nose at it. I guess it was not her “thing”. I however convinced her to watch it with me.

As we was watching it I noticed her crack a grin here and there and then she just started laughing. Balloonatiks is gears towards children from 3 to 8.

After we was done watching it I asked Gillian what she thought of it she said she loved it and it was better then a few other cartoons she watches. She was a bit bummed though that there was only 3 episodes she was wanting to watch more.

I also asked her who she liked the best, and of course she said Squeeker, I liked them all!!! I think the whole aspect of balloon superheros is super cute. Most children love balloons anyways so this is perfect.

A little about Balloonatiks:

Balloonatiks: The Collector’s Set is highlighted by the acclaimed voice talents of the internationally renowned actor and multi-tongued voice artist, Mark Hamill; Debi Derryberry, the voice of Jimmy Neutron; and Billy West, most known for several characters on Futurama. The Balloonatiks theme song was performed by Ray Parker Jr., who is most known for writing and performing the Ghostbusters theme song.

The Collector’s Set will be available for purchase on, July 15. Suggested retail price is 14.95. However, you can win a copy right here.

Win a copy of Balloonatiks: The Collector’s set by heading over to the Balloonatiks site and tell me something you learned. This is mandatory. Don’t forget to check out hot air city while you are over there.

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Enter to win Balloonatiks: The Collector’s Set DVD @Jammie79

This giveaway will close on June 29th @ 11:59pm CST. I will pick a winner via “And the winner is. Plug-in”. I will contact the winner via email and they will have 48 hours to claim their prize. Giveaway is open to USA residents that are 18 and older.

Disclosure: I received this product free for review purposes. Everything in this post is 100% my own opinion.
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Author: Georgiana O.
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About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.


  1. Jenna Wood says:

    I learned they have a comic based on a character called Sqeeker, which is pretty funny!
    six_one_nine_girlie86 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  2. I learned that they have some cool stuff in their online store, like caps and tees.

  3. Amber G says:

    I learned that their newspaper is called The Hot Air City Times!

  4. susan varney says:

    Hot Air City is a real gas – a bustling, geothermal, steam-powered metropolis built with high-tech, cutting-edge energy sources and design. It’s where the Balloonatiks float, ‘flate and fly! The City was designed by scientific genius, Professor Swellhead

  5. Reginald S says:

    I learned that in 1999, chefs from Tokyo, Japan used 14,000 pieces of bread to build a 10-foot-tall sculpture of Godzilla. Why, no one knows.

  6. Georgiana O. says:

    I learned that The City was designed by scientific genius, Professor Swellhead.

  7. I learned that they have an arcade on their website

  8. TRACY HEYER says:

    I learned that they have a arcade on their website. Thanks for the chance.

  9. I learned that Hot Air City is a bustling, geothermal, steam-powered metropolis built with high-tech, cutting-edge energy sources and design.

  10. Ed Nemmers says:

    One can learn about Airbrain’s Wacky Facts!

  11. susan smoaks says:

    flator’s arcade is a lot of fun

  12. In 1999, chefs from Tokyo, Japan used 14,000 pieces of bread to build a 10-foot-tall sculpture of Godzilla.

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