Ultra Rare Baby Yoda Ooshie Has Landed On eBay And Currently Listed At $14,400
It's that time of year again when people's mouths collectively drop to the floor in disbelief over Ooshies.
Yes, those tiny bits of plastic are back again and they're causing just as much mayhem as last year.
Woolworths is doing a promotion at the moment where you get a little Disney toy every time you spend more than $30 and they quickly become collector's items.
Shoppers across Australia are keen to snap up every single one and the competition gets fierce when the supermarket giant releases rare and ultra rare Ooshies.
Well, one of the first ones has been found and it's already been listed on eBay for an eye-watering amount.
Gaze in horror as this Baby Yoda aka The Child Ooshie is currently fetching a price tag of more than $14,000.
There have already been 66 bids for the little token of joy and there are just four more days left until the auction ends.
The seller has listed the item with the caption: "First on eBay, individually numbered 059. Not to be confused with the normal green Yoda, this one is the baby and has felt/fur clothing. Condition is New."
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This one seems way more legitimate than another listing seen last week because it actually has people bidding for it.
That's unlike the $50,000 price tag that was given to the glittery Elsa Ooshie from Frozen. Yes, someone actually reckons a little, plastic toy that you get for free when you spend $30 is worth a small deposit for a home.
The regular set includes 36 mini figures, and this year, the retailer has also added four rare glitter Ooshies, in addition to the 'standard' set.
The rarest Ooshies in the current collection include a glittery Woody, Elsa, Mandalorian and Captain Marvel.
A photo of the rumoured ultra rare Ooshies was recently shared on the Ooshies Buy/Swap/Sell Australia Facebook page.
The Thor and The Child collectables were snapped next to the four rare glitter Ooshies, along with details about the promotion.
Woolworths was slammed last year over its use of plastics in the toys, so this time the retailer has partnered with TerraCycle to offer customers dedicated recycle bins where they can drop any pre-loved Ooshies and their wrappers.
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