- Nov 30, 2005
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- Clermont, FL USA
When an exclusive doesn't sell out, usually a vendor will step in and purchase the remaining stock to sell off as they wish. With the Bossk in particular, it looks like Entertainment Earth got some and since they are partners with Toys 'R Us, it's being sold through the website.Can someone clarify for me what makes an item a "Celebration *insert number* exclusive".
I assumed it meant that such an item would only be available at the particular event it is meant to be exclusive to but I have seen a few items that were Celebration exclusives available elsewhere.
For example, here is the Celebration V "Exclusive" animated Bossk maquette available at the Toys R Us website Star Wars Bossk Animated Maquette Celebration V Exclusive - Gentle Giant Studios - Toys "R" Us
How is this a Celebration V exclusive if it's available there? Am I missing something and this is like a marketplace type sale through the Toys R Us site?
Can anyone answer the attached?
Love freebies that are fun to obtain!If you are attending Celebration Europe II and find me and say "Hi Ralph, How's New York " I will be wearing a Black Gentle Giant Stormtrooper Shirt that says "Vintage" on Day 1 of the show you will recieve a custom George Lucas Minifig they are free but only 20 available. Good luck to all.
That's because she sold like s*** here in the US. Hasbro is now trying to dump this figure in any market anyway it can.
It was 45 bucks @ SDCC13 and confirmed that the price at CEII will be 55 EUR.Does anyone know if the price for the 6" Black Line Boba Fett here is true?
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It had cost 45 USD at CE II, then why should it costs 55 Euro? 45 USD converts to 34 Euro. I was already expecting that the price iwould be 45 Euro, but 55? Come on...