Woolworths Bricks trucks are now sold out as hundreds try to sell collectibles on eBay

As buyers rush to get their hands on the Woolworths Bricks collectibles, the sold-out $10 trucks have appeared on eBay, selling for a staggering eight times the price.

Customers struggle to get their hands on the sought-after trucks—as do many who want to make a quick profit attempt to resell the toy for up to $90 each.

There are now over 600 Woolworths Bricks listings on eBay, ranging from a single $3 Bricks pack to a full $300 set of 40 collectibles.

The supermarket chain launched the promotion across Australia last week, except for NSW and ACT, where it has been postponed to September 22 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The additional collectibles – including the $10 “delivery trucks” and $15 “big” trucks – are now in high demand as many have revealed they won’t be able to complete their set after the toys sold out within days of launch.

As shoppers race to get their hands on the Woolworths Bricks collectibles, the sold-out $10 trucks have appeared on eBay, selling for a whopping eight times the price.

As shoppers race to get their hands on the Woolworths Bricks collectibles, the sold-out $10 trucks have appeared on eBay, selling for a whopping eight times the price.

As shoppers race to get their hands on the Woolworths Bricks collectibles, the sold-out $10 trucks have appeared on eBay, selling for a whopping eight times the price.

As shoppers race to get their hands on the Woolworths Bricks collectibles, the sold-out $10 trucks have appeared on eBay, selling for a whopping eight times the price.

Customers are struggling to get their hands on the sought-after trucks - as many are looking for a quick profit attempt to resell the toy for between $45 and $90 each

Customers are struggling to get their hands on the sought-after trucks - as many are looking for a quick profit attempt to resell the toy for between $45 and $90 each

Customers are struggling to get their hands on the sought-after trucks – as many are looking for a quick profit attempt to resell the toy for between $45 and $90 each

There are now over 600 Woolworths Bricks listings on eBay, ranging from a single $3 Bricks pack to a full set of 40 $300 collectibles

There are now over 600 Woolworths Bricks listings on eBay, ranging from a single $3 Bricks pack to a full set of 40 $300 collectibles

There are now over 600 Woolworths Bricks listings on eBay, ranging from a single $3 Bricks pack to a full set of 40 $300 collectibles

“My Woolies were sold out on the first day in the trucks and everything else. I can’t find them anywhere,” one woman wrote.

Another claimed, “My mother saw a sign in a Woolworths store not long ago that they were sold out from the small trucks all over the state.”

A mother added: ‘The vans are sold out on the day of launch. I had my car serviced and they were sold out by the time I got there.”

While another said: ‘Sold out in two days, that’s ridiculous. I know it’s my own fault as I should have gone on launch day but I can’t believe they went so fast. My children are so disappointed.’

Obviously the trucks sold out after customers bought the entire allotment nationwide in a matter of days – with the exception of NSW and ACT which have a separate allotment.

“Despite ordering more associated merchandise to accompany this collector’s program compared to previous years, we have found that demand for some items, including the replica electric-powered Woolworths delivery van, has far exceeded our expectations,” a Woolworths spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.

“We apologize for the disappointment when customers discover that one of the Woolworths Bricks delivery trucks has already sold out in their store or online.

“Stock of the Woolworths Bricks and starter kits that will help support the construction of the replica sustainable Woolworths supermarket remains strong in all states and territories where the program is currently launching and will continue to flow into stores.”

Customers are now struggling to get their hands on the sought-after trucks as hundreds of shoppers look for a quick profit attempt to resell the complete set for $200

Customers are now struggling to get their hands on the sought-after trucks as hundreds of shoppers look for a quick profit attempt to resell the complete set for $200

Customers are now struggling to get their hands on the sought-after trucks as hundreds of shoppers look for a quick profit attempt to resell the complete set for $200

The supermarket chain launched the promotion across Australia last week, except for NSW and ACT, where it has been postponed to September 22 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The supermarket chain launched the promotion across Australia last week, except for NSW and ACT, where it has been postponed to September 22 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The supermarket chain launched the promotion across Australia last week, except for NSW and ACT, where it has been postponed to September 22 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Kids can build a replica of a sustainable Woolworths supermarket with solar panels, cash registers, trolleys, vans, car charging stations and more

Kids can build a replica of a sustainable Woolworths supermarket with solar panels, cash registers, trolleys, vans, car charging stations and more

Kids can build a replica of a sustainable Woolworths supermarket with solar panels, cash registers, trolleys, vans, car charging stations and more

The range of toys will launch in New South Wales and ACT from Wednesday 22 September due to Covid-19 restrictions.

“The delayed launch in NSW and ACT means our team can continue to focus on meeting the needs of the community, particularly in Greater Sydney, where there is still a high demand for food and daily necessities,” Andrew Hicks, Woolworths Chief Marketing Officer. said.

Last week Woolworths hinted at a ‘rare’ collectible. According to the store’s terms and conditions, one rare Bricks pack will be added to the set.

The supermarket has yet to release details and photos of the rare collectible – but it’s clear that more than 400 packs will be circulating in Australia.

The supermarket’s collectibles made headlines last year after a shopper tried to sell the “world’s first” complete Disney+ Ooshies set on social media for $25,000.

In 2019, customers tried to redeem the rare “furry Simba” from the Lion King Ooshies set on eBay, with bids reaching as high as $100,000.

The rare collectible comes just days after a shopper urged customers to buy all the extra accessories early after noticing that an increasing number of parents struggled to complete their previous collectibles amid an apparent shortage.

“If I can give a word of warning to anyone, it’s to buy all the accessories you need in the first few days to avoid being disappointed and missing out,” she wrote on Facebook.

‘Of course you only buy what you need, but with every promo I see so many mothers desperately looking for suitcases that are already sold out.

“We know these things sell out fast, so if you think your kids will love them, grab what you need. I’ve fallen short before and it wasn’t fun.’

In addition, customers can purchase the vans for $10 each and a larger replica of a Woolworths electric van for $15

In addition, customers can purchase the vans for $10 each and a larger replica of a Woolworths electric van for $15

In addition, customers can purchase the vans for $10 each and a larger replica of a Woolworths electric van for $15

Shoppers can collect Woolworths Bricks no matter how they choose to shop - via Pick Up, Direct to Boot, online home delivery or in-store

Shoppers can collect Woolworths Bricks no matter how they choose to shop - via Pick Up, Direct to Boot, online home delivery or in-store

Shoppers can collect Woolworths Bricks no matter how they choose to shop – via Pick Up, Direct to Boot, online home delivery or in-store

Shoppers can collect Woolworths Bricks no matter how they choose to shop – via Pick Up, Direct to Boot, online home delivery or in-store.

Customers can purchase two starter kits, including a baseboard and front doors, with a choice of a $6 Basic kit and a $10 Deluxe kit to start building.

In addition, customers can also purchase the vans for $10 each and a larger replica of a Woolworths electric van for $15. Additional Woolworths Bricks figurines are available for $3.

Woolworths Bricks is a fun and interactive way of learning at home that can spark conversations within families about sustainability; whether that’s how materials such as plastic or refrigerators can be given a second life, or how solar panels and chargers for electric cars have a positive impact on the environment,” said Mr Hicks.

Customers have the option to take beloved Bricks collectibles to a Woolworths store for recycling.

The partnership with TerraCycle helps create a circular economy by helping to create new items from the Woolworths Bricks, including park benches and garden beds.

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