Affiliate Sales Policies

Family Fun Twin Cities has affiliate relationships with many different businesses that we love.  These business relationships don’t add a cost to you as the consumer, but FFTC does earn a small percentage of the total purchase (as a thank you for referring the business to them).

We have affiliate relationships with the following businesses

Amazon: As an Amazon Associate Family Fun Twin Cities earns from qualifying purchases. Some articles include affiliate links to, an online bookstore with a mission to financially support local, independent bookstores. Family Fun Twin Cities receives a small commission on books ordered through our links. If you want to find a specific local bookstore to support, find them on this map and they’ll receive the full profit off your order. Otherwise, your order will contribute to an earnings pool that will be evenly distributed among independent bookstores (even those that don’t use Bookshop). Learn more here.

Share A Sale: Through Share A Sale, we work with several family-friendly businesses who sell products we think our readers would enjoy.  We make a commission from any sales through our site for these companies. Family Fun Twin Cities chooses the companies we want to promote and truly recommend these companies:

  • Little Adventures. Dress up clothes for boys, girls and adults, dolls and accessories.
  • Get Outside Club. Backyard adventure subscription packages.
  • Curiously Awesome Gifts
  • Imagine Childhood: Magic & Memories That Last a Lifetime. Earth-friendly, high quality toys.
  • Green Kid Crafts. Craft kits and subscriptions designed to help children exercise creativity, develop a love of discovery, and learn about the world around them.
  • Toys, costumes and novelty items.
  • Artsmart. Chess products.
  • Brickloot. A monthly subscription program for LEGO and brick fans.
  • Hand2Mind. Education products.

GoldStar: We find local and online family-friendly shows and ticket deals through GoldStar.

Little Maestros:  This program introduces children to classical music through stories and activities.

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