ucfpip
 
 
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  • Review Count
    3
  • Helpfulness Votes
    0
  • First Review
    April 25, 2012
  • Last Review
    April 25, 2012
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  • Average Rating
    4.3
 
 
ucfpip's Reviews
 
Package includes 8 paper dinner plates to match your party theme. Each measures approximately 9" in diameter. This is an officially licensed Justin Bieber product.
 
Overall: 
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Reviewed by: ucfpip
Location: Orlando, FL
Title: Bought in addition to party pack.
Date:April 25, 2012
" These were the exact same plates found in the party pack. Simple party plates with desired theme. Daughter was happy:) "
 
 Justin Bieber Party Supplies
Justin Bieber Party Supplies
 
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Reviewed by: ucfpip
Location: Orlando, FL
Title: Great Pack! Excellent Value!
Date:April 25, 2012
" This pack was much cheaper than buying individual products at our local Party City. The stuff in the pack was well thought out. We used everything except the placemats. We bought the disposable helium tank from Wal-Mart for $20 to blow up the balloons. "
 
 Justin Bieber Pull-String Pinata
Justin Bieber Pull-String Pinata
Justin Bieber 18" Pull-String Pinata
 
Overall: 
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Price: 
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Fun Factor: 
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Quality and Durability: 
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Reviewed by: ucfpip
Location: Orlando, FL
Title: Decent Pinata
Date:April 25, 2012
" Pinata was a good size and fit a lot of candy. However, when strings were pulled it was less than exciting. The hole for the candy to fall out of was too small. Candies only fell out a few at a time. My husband ended up just ripping through the bottom with his hands. Next time we may get the same pinata, but will use a bat and just let the kids beat it (the traditional method)! "