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Every year we have allowed friend parties with our boys. The older two are beyond birthday parties, but the 8 year old starts planning his next party the day after the last one. At every home party a pinata is always a must. I sort of cringe when I add up the price of supplies and then go buy a $20 pinata we will throw away when it is hit to shreds. One year I turned to my son and asked if I can just allow him to pick out a $20 gift to keep as opposed to the $20 pinata we will just hit and break. He didn’t go for it-a pinata must happen. Finally, the most brilliant party pinata exists and I will never buy a throw away one again. The Goodie Gusher is reusable party after party and runs about $26.
We have the Space Monster Goodie Gusher and on a hot day with play dates over I hung it from the soccer goal-so the little kids could reach. Filling it was easy. I just turn it upside down and fill, replace the bottom cap and turn over. I insert the keys in the slot and find a place to hang. A new key slot will release the candy each play. (hint: it is not actually a certain key, but in the actual center piece that drops at any time).
The first game lasted all the way until the second to the last key. The second time around lasted about 6 or 7 keys in. The third time we finally set up video below so you can see this fun action. It is so fun to tell them they can do pinata over and over again.I filled it with very little candy. If you fill it all the way it holds a lot more than what you see drop in my video.
You can get the Goodie Gusher in many designs from Nickelodeon themes like TMNT and fun monsters and emojis. Goodie Gusher also has holiday themed pinatas for Halloween, Christmas and Easter.
I found Goodie Gusher pinatas on Amazon and you can also get at some retailers as well.