Super Mario Mystery Figure Bag Was $4 |Now $2 @

Super Mario Mystery Figure Bag Was $4 |Now $2 @


This year your children's stockings will rock because they will be jammed full of really cool toys and more that you purchased at a great price. Today, I found the Super Mario Mystery Figure Bag, Series #4 on sale from $3.96 down to $2 per mystery figure. Collect them all! Get your new mystery figure shipped to your local Canada Post outlet for free (or a Grab & Go location).

A 'mystery bag' is when a toy is randomly assigned to the bag and there is no way of telling which figure you are getting. While some people find these mystery bags annoying, I like being surprised so they are okay in my books. The figures come ready to assemble and there are seven buildable figures to collect in all:

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Donkey Kong
  • Bob-Omb
  • Green Toad
  • WaLuigi
  • Bowser Jr

The last three figures have never been released before this this series #4 Super Mario mystery bag. They recommend these bags for children ages 5 to 8 but you know your children (and fellow adults) best. There are many adult Super Mario fans that would like to collect these.

Now, there is some confusion as to original retail price. All my local Walmart stores actually sell this toy for $4.27 and they are all out of stock. If Walmart sells this toy for higher in store than the 'original' online retail price, I wonder what this little mystery bag is actually worth. I could only find them being resold at other sellers like $6.14 plus shipping in the Amazon Marketplace. Even on, this set costs minimum $3.80 USD plus shipping.

If you are into mystery mini-figures, then I also wanted to mention that the K'NEX Plants vs. Zombies Mystery Figures, Series 1 is on sale from $4.47 down to $2.42. I never played the game, but almost everyone I know has played the game with various levels of addiction.

Whichever pack you get - maybe both or multiples of each - will make an excellent stocking stuffer come this Christmas. Put a couple in each stocking and then if your children do get doubles, then they can just swap characters.

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