The popular Cactus Plant Flea Market Box has sold out in many places around the States. Collectors are now looking for ways to get their hands on highly sought-after toys.
McDonald's released the adult Happy Meal box in an attempt to offer their customers a trip down memory lane.
The box, launched on October 3, includes a Big Mac or 10-piece chicken McNuggets meal with fries and a drink. It also comes with a collectible toy, creating childhood nostalgia.
McDonald's collaboration with the streetwear company Cactus Plant Flea Market is time-limited and only available while supplies last.
Collectors are now turning to online auction sites where opportunistic resellers list the collectibles.
If you want the complete collection, you need to get Grimace, Hamburglar, Birdie the Early Bird, and Cactus Buddy.
On eBay, one seller listed three unopened toys for $300,000.95, adding that the products: "WILL SELL FAST!!"
Another seller offered one toy for $25,000 plus $6.10 in shipping fees.
So, will selling these toys make you a millionaire?
It is highly doubtful since both listings are still waiting for bidders to show interest.
However, one seller got paid $2,400 for a collection of 150 sealed toys, making the toy worth $16 a piece. Since the box is sold for around $12.95 at McDonald's, it brought the seller profit.
According to the sales history, more than a dozen batches of 150 toys have been sold for up to $1,900.
If you missed the chance to buy The Cactus Plant Flea Market Box, there is no need to fret.
McDonald's has just launched a new limited-edition release, The Halloween Happy Meal pails.
The concept first debuted in 1986. However, it has not been sold since 2016. It is finally back and fans are excited.
The Happy Meal comes served in three different reusable Halloween buckets named McBoo, McPunk'n, and McGoblin, true to the original design from the 80s.
They can be used as trick-or-treating buckets or decorations.
If you want to collect them, you better hurry up. The Halloween Happy Meal pails are sold between 18-31 October, while supplies last.