4 Supersized Amazon Gifts to Add to Your Wish List

By: Todd Covelli | Jared Cotter Posted: 2:46 PM, Feb 20, 2018

Amazon is playing true to its giant-retailer reputation and offering some frighteningly gigantic items. We're talking everything from toys, gifts and even household items all available with just a few clicks. Here's our list of favorite supersized Amazon finds you'll want to add to your wish list today.  

1. A 6 ft.Tall Inflatable Beach Ball 

You better bring your A-game if you're going to play with this beach behemoth! This is made with thicker plastic than ordinary beach balls, and the company claims it is built to last. And it better, because it'll bounce $60 from your bank account. 

2. The Joy Fay 78-inch Teddy Bear 

How does a 78-inch plush toy sound to show your sweetie some love? That's more than six feet tall! This $110 stuffed animal features a "plus velour exterior," according to the company. If you can't "bear" that much cuteness, or creepiness – chew on the next item on our list. 

3. A 5-Pound Gummy Bear 

The world's largest gummy bear weighs five pounds, comes in a variety of flavors, and is guaranteed to give you a supersized sugar rush. This is more than 1000 times larger than a normal gummy bear. You can find him on Amazon for about $30.  

4. Supersized Jenga 

Jenga Giant is just like the classic game you had as a kid, except everything is bigger – especially the mistakes. When set up, it stands a foot-and-a-half tall, and you can stack it as high as three feet. At $80, these big blocks will cost you big bucks. 

We all know Amazon is a retail giant. Last year alone they sold nearly $180 billion dollars' worth of stuff, so it was only fitting that they would throw some super-sized, must-have goods for us.  

Which of these items will YOU add to your shopping cart next? Sound off on our Facebook page @TheListShowTV. 

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