Sneak Peek: Kinzville Bake Sale



From November 14th – 23rd, collect Baked Goods in Webkinz World and combine them on a stove to make prizes for your pets. Here’s a look at the 5 mouth watering Baked Goods you can collect during this event:



There are several ways you’ll be able to collect Baked Goods:


  • Get a Baked Good through Today’s Announcements as soon as you log in
  • Look for the floating Bake Sale Gift Box in Webkinz World and click on it to get a Baked Good (limited to 2 a day for free players, 4 for full and 6 for Deluxe Members)
  • Spin the Wheel of Yum daily for the chance to win Baked Goods or a piece of Peach Prize Pie
  • Look for Baked Good giveaways at Today’s Activities
  • Find the daily floating Bake Sale Gift Box at and click it to send a Baked Good back to your Webkinz account.


The first time you log into Webkinz World during this event, you’ll be awarded the Bake Sale Cookbook Volume 3. It’s also available in the FUN STUFF section of the W Shop under BOOKS:



Use the cookbook to decide which prizes you would like to make with a stove. Each prize has been designed to match an existing Webkinz room theme:



Pieces of Peach Prize Pie are also available at the W Shop for eStore Points. Every time you feed your pet a piece of prize pie, you’ll win one of the 10 Bake Sale prizes OR a Hotel Pool, the Grand Prize! The Hotel Pool is a rare prize that’s ONLY available through slices of Peach Prize Pie:



What is your favorite Bake Sale prize? Let us know by leaving a comment below…


26 Responses to Sneak Peek: Kinzville Bake Sale

  1. weeniesmom says:

    I got the hotel pool yesterday!

  2. raybun says:

    I would choose as my favorite the hotel pool!

  3. Beckinz8 says:

    I really like the aquarium and the kimono robe actually. I think that they were the first two prizes that I made from Bake Sale Vol. 3. That ticket window is going to be a hot item with that new functionality that they just debuted. These baked goods look scrumptious!

  4. LPSfriend says:

    If anyone has leftover bake sale brownies, muffins, or squares from previous bake sales, could you send them to me? My account is LPSfriend. Thank you!

  5. KittyXCat says:

    I wish I could leave my account with someone who could do daily stuff on it like spin the wheel of wow. The only problem would be finding someone I could trust my password with. I guess I could change it afterwards, but I still don’t feel comfortable leaving my account with a total stranger.

    • KimAA1214 says:

      Well I don’t know and giving access to your account, especially a stranger is a scary thing plus I know Webkinz warns you to keep that info safe and private. With that said, I play everyday and have been a member for 13 years. My girlfriend’s 10 yr. old daughter (at that time she was 10) bought me a Webkinz so I could “play” with her… it was very sweet and 13 years later she is done playing and I am addicted lol!! If there is any way I can help, I would be glad to. My WW user name is Aleskar if you would at least like a new friend… and someone who helps and answers requests. Keep me in mind!! Good Luck KittyXCat!!

      • Immuyuk says:

        LOL, ME TOO!! My ‘kid’ is now in university but I’ve been playing for her for a while now. I honestly love the innocence of this website and the restrictions (no trolling, profanity or shoot’em ups allowed), plus the simplicity and am totally not into the traditional adult video games. When I have the time, WW is my little escape from reality, and I figure when my little one has little ones of her own, WW will still be around and she’ll be interested again when her own children sit down to play. I’ve seen parents, kids and grandparents playing & commenting on here – WW has generational appeal. Here’s to many more years of fun! – Essie1996

    • frogmom says:

      NO ONE in your family will do it for you? Even just log in enough to get the “today only” things? I started by helping my kid get kinzcash and got addicted to goober’s lab, and, yes, now he’s outgrown it and the accounts are mine now, but he still helps out on certain things. Sounding like a mom, but do be careful. It’s better to miss a few than lose the lot, especially if you’ve paid real money for the virtual goodies. Most people are good but unfortunately there are the really rotten apples. Good Luck!

      • Immuyuk says:

        Ikr? My offspring and her bestie in university (much to my surprise) once in a blue moon will log in and play online together just for nostalgia’s sake when adulting gets overwhelming (and we all know it can, no matter your age), so her account is active and waiting for her when she decides to revisit. Every now and then, she’ll point something out in her dock and say “… oh, when did I get that?” Lol – Essie1996

    • marnabear1 says:

      I am lucky to have a very good friend who is completely trustworthy. We help each other when one is where there is no internet. But I have known her for years and would not trust a complete stranger.

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