How much are Beanie Babies worth?

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As of January 2011 beanie babies have suggested a retail price of about eight to ten pounds. The manufacture of Beanie Babies started in 1993, and up to date two thousand collectable dolls exist. The numerous numbers has deterred the collectors from pursuing collection of the whole range of Beanie Babies. However, Peanut the royal blue and spot the dog is worth hundreds of pounds.
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Don't leave the Beanie Babies you've accumulated piled up in your closet. While they may no longer regularly bring in thousands of dollars as they did at the height of their popularity
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Depends on which beanie baby it is. Some are worth a few hundred dollars, others are virtually worthless. Check out How to Determine the Value of Your Beanie Baby at the related link
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I have a bunch of Ty Beanie Babies, many of them are retired and all are in mint condition, and I was wondering how I could find out how much they are worth. Are they worth more if
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Hi Jessica, Thank you so much for putting them in alphabetical order, that truly is a great help. Most of your beanies are worth $1-2, a garage sale would be a good place to sell
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The value of a Beanie Baby depends on its overall condition, the condition of its tags and its circulation status.
Beanie babies have a price ranging from approximately £6 to above £30. Some beanie baby characters such as the 'Ty Squidward Gary Mr Krabs & Plankton beanie baby' are more popular hence the difference in prices.
£9.73 is the least a beanie baby will cost with collectibles costing as much as £500. A Beanie Baby is a stuffed animal, made by Ty Warner Inc., which was later renamed as Ty Inc.in late 1993. Each toy has an inner lining and is stuffed with plastic pellets rather than conventional stuffing, giving Beanie Babies a flexible feel. Beanie Babies began to emerge as popular collectibles in late 1995, and became a hot toy. Ty systematically retired various designs, and many people assumed that all 'retired' designs would rise in value the way that early retirees had.
Beanie Babies are small plush toys that are filled with pellets and appeal to consumers of all ages. The Beanie Babies became valuable after the nine original Beanies were retired. The nine original Beanie Babies are expensive since they are hard to find in mint condition. They could sell for up to £3605.
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