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Ad feature: Stikeez make a return

Retail giant, Pick 'n Pay announced a comeback of their popular toy collection promotion, Stikeez 2: Creatures of the deep.

Jonathon Cherry, Director at CherryFlava Media says Stikeez are one of those things you either love or hate. What's really cool about Stikeez is that there's an app attached where kids can catch a "sticky" at the supermarket giant. This is a similar concept to Pokemon Go, he says.

The promotion runs until December,18, 2016. For every R150 you spend at Pick n Pay you will receive a Stikeez figurine.

[Watch] Pick n Pay new advert on the return of Stikeez below:

Pick of the week: Nintendo have just announced that they are launching a new console. For the first time users can take their console gaming with them wherever they go, says Cherry.

Nintendo Switch will be launched in March 2017.

This is a cool innovation from Nintendo...

Jonathan Cherry of Cherryflava

[Watch] New Nintendo Switch advert:

Listen to Jonathan Cherry explain the new Nintendo cool console:

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