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Elsa of Arendelle Doll Discount Added to Price Review Guide at Consumer News Website

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) November 25, 2014

The success of the Disney film Frozen this year is expected to boost holiday sales for children's toys, according to retail estimates. The Cherry News company is now helping consumers to explore sale pricing for the Elsa of Arendelle doll this year through its price guide at http://cherrynews.com/top-christmas-2014-gifts.

Holiday shoppers who plan on purchasing authentic merchandise from known retailers could benefit from the overview provided in the newly published review. While more than one company is releasing Frozen movie merchandise, the review is centered around the Mattel line that is one of the most respected in the life-like dolls industry in the U.S.

"The discounts that are revealed in part through our price guide could help the average shopper to save cash buying feature film merchandise this year," said one Cherry News rep.

The ticket sales and merchandise for Disney related films in 2014 has helped to set the foundation for the success of films like Frozen, according to new marketing data. The Elsa of Arendelle doll and related products that are set for release this holiday season are expected to be at the top of many Christmas lists.

"We're expanding our toy reviews this year with new holiday information for popular products and we're scheduling daily price curation for our guides," said the rep.

The Cherry News company will continue reviewing and posting information for consumers during the Christmas season of 2014. New distribution is now in place for textual content published to the company homepage. The outlets that are now in use to deliver the company content are helping to give more access to retailer price information for the buying public.

About CherryNews.com

The CherryNews.com company provides the public with guides each year that help deliver the best-selling products and price information from retailers. The company is now syndicating a range of content for the holiday season. The CherryNews.com company has a team of professionals who research and publish content that consumers access from the homepage each day of the year.

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