Get free Hot Wheels cars and other items in the mail by signing up for a Red Line Club membership through Mattel at HotWheelsCollectors.com. The initial membership requires a fee, but the club provides ways to receive free Hot Wheels memorabilia once you are a member. The free Hot Wheels Collector membership gives access to online sales and the HWC Message Board but does not include freebies in the mail.Know More
As of September 2014, the Red Line Club membership fee is $24.99. Upon initial membership activation, the club sends new members a number of free Hot Wheels cars. It then sends other Hot Wheels items, such as posters, a monthly magazine, a personalized membership card and commemorative pins and buttons as a continuing part of the membership program.
In addition, the Red Line Club membership offers a rewards points system that provides points for every Hot Wheels car you purchase. Redeem these reward points to receive a free Red Line Club priority Hot Wheels car in the mail or other Hot Wheels items from the Red Line Club shop. Like with any rewards points system, you receive more points towards future purchases when you spend more on Hot Wheels cars and other Hot Wheels items.Learn more in Toys
Most experts in the antiques trade use the term "vintage" to refer to an item that is over 50 years old, though an increasing number are beginning to use the term for items exceeding 20 years of age. Any item over 100 years old is considered an antique. If a Hot Wheels track can be verified to be more than 20 years old, it can be considered vintage.Full Answer >
Cases of Hot Wheels can be purchased at retail stores such as Walmart or Target, and in toy stores such as Toys R' Us. Some drug and chain stores big enough to carry toys may also carry the product.Full Answer >
Hot Wheels cars are made in various factories in the People's Republic of China. They are then exported to the United States, where they are sold at stores nationwide.Full Answer >
Some of the rarest Hot Wheels include the 1969 “Beach Bomb” VW Bus, the 1968 Cheetah and the 1968 Camaro. These extremely rare models can sell for thousands of dollars whether in their original packaging or out of the box.Full Answer >