10 Unbelievably Expensive McDonald’s Toys That May Be Lying in Your Attic

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One of the best part of going to McDonald’s is the free toy you get with the happy meal. Every kid or young grown-up at some time or the other has walked away from the famous Burger chain with a collectible. These toys weren’t groundbreaking but just quirky or cute and at some point of time every kid has played with them. For those who held on to their toys instead of throwing them away, this may be beneficial for those who collected their toys. Some toys can now be considered as collectibles and these may fetch a high price now. Here is a list of the top 10 expensive McDonald toys worth more today.

1 CLIPPABLE FURBY – $120

There was a time when the most trending toy in the market was Furby, a robotic creature. Although Furbies were expensive, the tiny Furby trinkets which came along with happy meals in 2000 were as good a substitute. They came along with a clip so they could be used as key chains by many children. These same toys are now worth $120 a piece. They don’t even talk to move like the actual Furby toy.

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250TH ANNIVERSARY SNOOPY – $180

The year 2000 was a remarkable year as there were many occasions like the 50th anniversary of the peanut characters in a comic strip made by Charles M.Schulz. The comic series became a success and it turned into a movie and franchise. For celebrating the 50th anniversary, small figurines of snoopy wearing various dresses were given with a happy meal. You can sell this set of snoopy with all of his different costumes for $120.

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3101 DALMATIONS – $220

In 1996, Disney’s most loved cartoon 101 dalmations had a live-action remake which turned out to be a hit. This made McDonald’s include toy figures of all 101 puppies in the show. If you have the complete set of all 101 pups, you can sell it for $220. You can’t make a profit if you have just 1-2 of them.

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