A & # 39; hyper rare & # 39; Woolworths Lion King Ooshie is available for sale online for $ 750,000.
The & # 39; unopened mint condition & # 39; was offered for sale on eBay and is described as so valuable because it has been opened.
& # 39; I am not open to lowball offers, so unless you have the money, you don't even have to waste my time & # 39 ;, is the list.
A & # 39; hyper rare & # 39; Woolworth's Lion King Ooshie (photo) is available for sale online for $ 750,000
& # 39; Like to throw an ordinary Ooshie every day that is also unopened, but that is not uncommon. It happens so often that I got it for free from Woolies. & # 39;
The seller said he was considering exchanging the Ooshie for a plane or for land.
The listing comes after a $ 100,000 sale for a rare Ooshie fell on Tuesday.
The coveted collector's item was sold for a whopping $ 99,900 on Monday, five days after it was listed on a $ 10,000 starting bid on eBay.
But the seller has re-listed the toy after he heard that the buyer was making an offer just & # 39; for fun & # 39 ;.
& # 39; (The bidder) said his daughter just bid it for fun, so we have to cancel and resubmit his order & # 39 ;, he said 7News.
& # 39; I do have a few buyers who are serious and want to pay a good price for it, but a few buyers are just doing it for fun. & # 39;
There are only 100 hairy Simba Ooshies in circulation and some sellers go to eBay to try and beat the toy with a huge boost.
Woolworths worked with Disney and The Lion King to launch a series of 24 Ooshies in time with the release of the latest version of the film.
The rare Woolworths Lion King furry Simba sold a whopping $ 100,000 just five days after it was listed on eBay – but the buyer didn't pay the asking price
The ultra-rare hairy Simba constantly dives on eBay with starting prices as high as $ 17,300 (photo)
The Simba hairy Ooshie is the only item with a limited number, but some still try the less rare & # 39; Orange Sunset Simba & # 39; to sell for up to $ 45,000.
The Blue Mufasa collectible is also popular on the online market.
A seller has a & # 39; super rare blue Mufasa & # 39; Ooshie listed for a starting bid of $ 20,000.
Another seller from Victoria has advertised a gold Mufasa for $ 999, & # 39; cash only on pickup & # 39 ;.
Other items include a gold Zazu for $ 1,000, a gold Nala for $ 800, and an orange & # 39; sunset Simba & # 39; for $ 1,350 if you buy & # 39; buy now & # 39 ;.
& # 39; You bid on a gold cub Simba, the future king of the proud countries. If you use the & # 39; baby & # 39; You don't have SIMBA, you don't have a story … it all starts here, & that was one of the ads.
Woolworths shoppers buy bonus products to get more & # 39; Ooshies & # 39; employee, only to return their purchases later, an employee has revealed
Meanwhile, Woolworths shoppers purchase bonus products to get more & # 39; Ooshies & # 39; to be able to return their purchases later, an employee has revealed.
Those who try to complete their collections hit the & # 39; disgusting & # 39; attempt to cheat the system after a message was shared with the Woolworths Lion King & Coles Mini Shop 2 Australia – Swap, sell and buy Facebook group.
& # 39; That's terrible. Everything I bought I used & # 39 ;, wrote a social media user.
& # 39; I don't get any more people. We can't even collect stuff without being dodgy and unfair, & somebody else added.
Others admitted that they also bought products they didn't need, but instead of returning, they would shop for a worthy purpose.
& # 39; Ooshie & # 39; fans in the same Facebook group have publicly shared how they purchase the bonus products in bulk to maximize how many of the collectables they receive.
There are four different & # 39; Simba & # 39; items to collect, including gold, hairy, orange, and original
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