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The cost of Webkinz plush animals varies depending upon where the toys are purchased and which toy is chosen. For instance, the 2014 Amazon price for the Webkinz Sparkle Harp Seal was just over $13. At the online Jungle Store, the same toy was listed for $9.99.

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Some Webkinz are significantly less expensive. For example, Webkinz Pink Googles, a plush duck, may cost about $3 on Amazon. The Jungle Store offered the Pink Googles for $3.99. The more expensive animals, such as the Webkinz Signature Moose Plush, can reach the price of $22 on Amazon and nearly $18 at the Jungle Store.

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