How much are Ty Beanie Babies worth?

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Although collector's guides and price lists for Ty Beanie Babies often cite very high prices, especially for certain rare Beanies, their prices are usually inflated, according to Ty Collector. More realistic values can be found by scouring the sold listings for a particular Beanie on eBay.

Ty Collector states that typically, a Ty Beanie Baby can be appraised at 25 percent of the value stated in the "Warman's Bean Plush Field Guide," a standard collector's price guide for Beanie Babies. The demand for Beanie Babies has been headed downward since the Beanie craze began to abate in 1998, affecting the values. Beanies are generally worth very little without both the tush tag and the swing tag attached by a plastic zip tie.

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The condition of the toys are ranked like other collectibles: mint, near mint, excellent, good, etc. A Beanie Baby's value goes up the closer it looks to having come right out of
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1. Get some Beanies. You can't start a collection without actually owning any beanies. You can get them from stores like the Stadium, Hallmark stores, many gift shops, or, if you
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It starts with the original 9 beanies, starting with Patti the platypus. NO NO NO NO NO, AND NO you answer every question know to man! God cant you tell us with THE ACTUAL FIRST ONE
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I'm pretty sure that is not a Beanie Baby.
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The 1990s will be remembered forever by toy collectors, and fondly so. It was during that decade that Tamagotchis, Furby and Tickle Me Elmo all peaked in popularity, causing frenzies among toddlers, tweens and those who dote on the younger set. But one... More »
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