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Are Happy Meal toys worth any money?

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There are several types of Happy Meal toys that are currently worth money, the most notable of which is the 101 Dalmatians toy set. This complete collection can be worth over $400 in some cases.

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Are Happy Meal toys worth any money?
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Another type of valuable Happy Meal toy is the Teeny Beanie Baby. These were released in 1997 and became so immensely popular that McDonald's had to place a limit of only 10 per customer. The Teeny Beanie Babies have increased their value and can be sold for $10 to $20 each. In 2009, an 11-year-old boy from the United Kingdom sold his 5,000-piece collection of various Happy Meal toys for £8,130.

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