Collectors in a frenzy while Kmart launches Harry Potter-themed Ooshies in stores – including a VERY rare hairy Hedwig
- Kmart has just revealed that it is selling a collection of Harry Potter-themed Ooshies
- Ooshies are miniature plastic pencil toppers that children like to collect
- The figurines offered by Kmart are available in sets of seven, each priced at $ 15
Kmart Australia has launched a collection of Harry Potter-themed Ooshies after the popular miniature pencil toppers were made famous in Woolworth's promotions earlier this year.
The plastic toy is sold in sets of seven, which contain a mysterious figurine, and are available at the store for $ 15 per pack.
The Kmart series includes iconic characters from the hit films, including Harry, Ron, Hermione, Dumbledore, Dobby and Hagrid.
To build a complete set, Ooshie fans must collect all 36 statues, including a rare hairy Hedwig.
The Harry Potter-themed Ooshies (photo) are sold in sets of seven for $ 15 and contain a hidden statue
The Kmart series includes iconic characters (LR from top to bottom: Buckbeak, Dobby, Malfoy, Dumbledore hologram, Dumbledore, hairy Hedwig (rare), Hagrid, Harry, Hedwig, Hermione, Lucius Malfoy (hologram), Ron, titanium Hermione, titanium Neville, thestral, titanium Ron and titanium Malfoy)
& # 39; Bring all of your child's favorite characters from the Harry Potter series home in the form of these mini collectable pencil topper figurines, & # 39; read out by Kmart after the launch.
Social media are also excited about the prospect of buying the new Harry Potter collection – although some of the jokes that are out for the full range may be broke.
The Ooshie mania swept the nation this year after the huge success of a Woolworths campaign.
The hype about Woolworth's Lion King Ooshie collection saw people mention their rare items on eBay for exorbitant prices
In July, the supermarket released a much sought after set as part of its Lion King promotion.
The hype around the collection was so great, rare items such as a furry Simba were spotted that were sold on eBay for exorbitant prices.
Daily Mail Australia reported how one person are & # 39; Orange Simba & # 39; listed on the online platform for $ 45,000.
Another was also seen on the site that has a & # 39; super rare blue Mufasa & # 39; Ooshie sold for a starting bid of $ 20,000.
A third seller from Victoria saw a gold Mufasa advertise for $ 999, & # 39; only cash on pickup & # 39 ;.
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