Build-A-Bear hosting 'Pay Your Age' day in June

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Those tickets will allow guests to visit a Build-A-Bear Workshop near them during one of two redemption periods in the week of June 24-28.

This program was so successful a year ago, one parent told CNN she stood in line for over seven hours to get new stuffed animals for her daughters, ages 1 and 3.

This new system was developed in an effort to reduce the chaos that ensued past year during the company's first Pay Your Age event that was held on one day.

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-You must enter by June 16 to receive a ticket and to win a birthday party experience.

Stores were forced to close after they were overwhelmed by queues. There's a limit of two bears per ticket. Since the company's stuffed animals start at around $12 and many are in the $20-$35 range, it's easy to understand why families were so eager to get such a big discount.

Build-A-Bear ended up issuing an apology and giving out vouchers to those who were unable to get into the insanely crowded stores. So, if your child is 3 years old, you'll pay $3 for their brand new furry friend.

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But don't worry - they've made some helpful changes to make it less chaotic.

Pay your age is back at Build A Bear workshop. This year, people are asked to enter to for a chance to receive a ticket for Pay-Your-Age day.

Ten grand prize winners will also be given a birthday party experience with a retail value of approximately $250.

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