Woolworths is releasing a rare ‘gold’ Bricks collectible that could make you a fortune – here’s everything you need to know
- Woolworths has released a rare addition to their collection of Bricks collectibles
- There are only 100 units of the Golden Farmer and Wheelbarrow figure
Woolworths has announced the release of a brand new Bricks collectible, but the coveted item is in limited stock.
The beloved Australian supermarket chain confirmed that only 100 pieces of the Golden Farmer and Wheelbarrow Bricks were in circulation.
The piece was released on Feb. 8 — so customers are encouraged to check their collections in case one of the much-wanted figures has made it to their mini-farm.
Like previous items, the Golden Farmer and Wheelbarrow Bricks are available in the free kits that customers receive with every $30 purchase.
The current edition of the Bricks can be picked up in stores and online until March 21, or while supplies last.
The beloved Australian supermarket chain confirmed only 100 units of its Golden Farmer and Wheelbarrow Bricks (pictured) were in circulation
Previously, shoppers sold their rare collectibles on eBay and Marketplace for thousands of dollars, making them a highly coveted find.
“We designed Woolworths Bricks Farm in the hope that it would encourage learning about food through play and creativity,” a spokesperson told FEMAIL.
“The extremely rare Golden Farmer and Wheelbarrow stones are now in circulation and we encourage customers to view their collections in case they have already found one.”
Woolworths Bricks collectibles are made from 80 percent recycled materials, including old refrigerators, swimming goggles and luggage handles.
Woolworths originally released the Bricks collectibles to encourage their customers to learn more about where their food comes from and to appreciate the hard work of Australian farmers to keep the population fed and healthy.
Customers can also recycle duplicated or loved Bricks collectibles at all Woolworths locations across Australia.
Woolworths Bricks collectibles are made from 80 percent recycled materials, including old refrigerators, swimming goggles and luggage handles
As part of Woolies’ commitment to growing towards a greener future, the Bricks are certified by Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) to meet strict environmental, human health and social impact criteria.
“Made from 100% recycled plastic, Woolworths Bricks Farm is designed to showcase the intricate ecosystem of an Australian farm,” Woolworths Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Hicks told FEMAIL in 2021.
“We are determined to make changes for a better future.”