How to buy toys with ‘ghostbusters’ and ‘Star Wars’ tags
A new wave of toys have been revealed to be Star Wars toys, but they are not Star Wars.
The toys have come to light in Australia, in a thread on Reddit which claims to have been created by a Redditor named ‘tiger’ in order to find the best prices on Star Wars products.
It’s the latest in a series of similar threads, created by Australians who were looking for the best deals on the most popular Star Wars toy line.
“We’ve done some research on this one, it’s a little bit too good not to share,” one Redditor wrote in a post.
“As always, this is a bit of a weird thing to do.
I was looking for a toy for my daughter, but the prices seemed a bit too much for a new toy.
The prices are so cheap they are impossible to justify.”
The toy in question is a new line of “Ghostbusters” toys that includes a figure of the ghost from the film.
The original Ghostbusters toys, which are now called “Ghostbuster”, were a popular item in the 1970s, with many collectors taking to eBay and other sites to find them.
The “Ghosts” line was also a hit in the early 2000s, and now many fans of the series are looking for their very own collectibles.
A spokesperson for the toy chain, Disney Consumer Products, told the ABC that the “Ghost” line had sold more than 30 million toys, making it one of the biggest toy lines in history.
“This line has sold over 30 million pieces worldwide.
The line is the largest single-item toy line of any Disney brand in history and is considered one of our most successful line-ups of any product line,” they said.”
There is no way we can give an estimate of the number of toys in this line, but we can say that it has sold well over 30m pieces.”
If you take the total number of the franchise in all the Disney franchises combined, the Ghostbusters line is still the third largest in the world behind only Mickey Mouse and Pluto.
“The spokesperson said that the toy lines were the “best-selling toy line in the history of Disney, with more than 20m pieces sold worldwide”.
But the toy industry has long struggled to get a foothold in Australia.
The industry is expected to grow rapidly over the next few years, with Disney planning to open its first Australian theme parks in 2019.