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The Harry Potter-themed Ooshies (photo) are sold in sets of seven for $ 15 and contain a hidden statue

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
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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.

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The Harry Potter-themed Ooshies (photo) are sold in sets of seven for $ 15 and contain a hidden statue

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)

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)

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
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The hype about Woolworth's Lion King Ooshie collection saw people mention their rare items on eBay for exorbitant prices

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.

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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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