Get 'The Simpsons Scene It?' game for $5

OK, it's actually $5.09, plus a few dimes for sales tax, but normally this fun-for-the-whole-family game costs $30. Woo-hoo!

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We're pretty big Simpsons fans here in the Cheapskate household. We own a Simpsons chess set, a Simpsons desk lamp, the complete Simpsons Halloween figurine set that Burger King put out, like, a decade ago, and--well, you get the idea.

So imagine my delight--and fast order-clicking fingers--when I discovered that Kohl's has The Simpsons Scene It? DVD Game for just $5.09 shipped (plus sales tax in some states). That's after applying two discount codes at checkout: Thanks1498 and FREEAPRIL.

Woo-hoo! Snag this interactive Simpsons game, normally $30, for just five bucks and change. Kohl's
(Note that this is not the Deluxe version shown in the promo video up top. If anyone knows the difference between that version and this "standard" one, please share.)

In case you're not familiar with the Scene It? series, they're a combination of board game and interactive DVD. (I know, I know, the whole idea of a board game is to get the family away from the TV. Meh.) Not long ago my kids took Scene It? Jr. for a spin and loved it, so I suspect this Simpsons edition will be a big hit.

And five bucks and change out the door? That's pretty sweet, especially considering that it would cost you $29.99 if you walked into, say, Target.

My only concern is all the inevitable crying when I repeatedly whoop my poor family, whose Simpsons-trivia knowledge can barely hold a candle to my own. That's right, I said it.

By the way, I'm not sure how long those codes are good, so if you're interested, D'oh-n't delay. (Get it? D'oh-n't?)