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10 Of Your Favorite Childhood Toys That Are Worth A Sh*t Ton Of Money Now

Looking to make some extra cash before the holidays? Then it’s time to start digging through your parents’ garage to find some of those old toys you thought were worthless, because as it turns out, some of them are actually the opposite of worthless. It’s pretty surprising to see how much classic toy collectors are willing to pay for these relatively basic ’90s and 2000s toys these days. Check out the following classic toys that are now worth a sh*t ton of money, and get ready for some intense garage-diving!

 

Lite Brite – $200

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What’s more fun than a regular puzzle? A puzzle that is glows in the f*cking dark, that’s what. If you have a vintage Lite Brite with all the pieces intact, you can get up to $200 for it on Ebay.

 

Easy Bake Oven – $400

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Easy Bake Oven was essentially a light bulb that took a VERY LONG TIME to “cook” half-decent treats. While eating an actual-sized cupcake out of an actual-sized oven is way more delicious and convenient, the Easy Bake Oven has been listed for up to $400 on Ebay.

 

Skip-It – $80

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Skip-It was one of the most ingenious ways of getting children to exercise, and they’re due for a comeback (especially since kids these days can Skip-It while on their phones). Before Hasbro realizes this and makes a whole new batch, sell your old one for up to $80.

 

Tamagotchi – $1,000 – $3,000

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Everyone and their mother had a Tamagotchi when they were in their heyday, and from personal experience they were very, very hard to keep “alive”. The fact that Tamagotchis needed as much attention as your iPhone demands now is probably why they were discontinued, and because most people didn’t keep ’em fresh, the unboxed ones are worth a KILLING these days.

 

Super Soaker – $300

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While there have been many, many better iterations of the Super Soaker since it first came out, there’s nothing quite like the original. That’s why if you’ve still got yours from all those water fights with the neighbor kids years ago, you should list it and collect up to $300 (or keep it and get some Super Soaked revenge on those neighbor kids over a decade later).

 

Polly Pocket – $650 – $800

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The genius of Polly Pocket was that there were SO MANY different miniature locations to collect. The problem with Polly Pocket, however, was that her pieces were so tiny, it was impossible not to lose some here and there. That’s probably why complete Polly Pockets are going for a cool $650+ on Ebay these days.

 

Moon Shoes – $100

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Before Wheelies, there were Moon Shoes, and they were f*cking awesome (if not completely exhausting). Honestly, $100 seems to be on the lower end for these beauties, especially since there’s nothing like them on the toy market today.

 

Sega Genesis – $2000+

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Sega Genesis was the sh*t (don’t @ me), and while it may be worth over $2,000 these days, it’s hard to fathom why anyone would want to part with this priceless console.

 

Talkboy – $100+

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Home Alone made the Talkboy the hottest selling toy the Christmas it came out, and we wouldn’t be surprised if a new version of one came out with a (very unnecessary) reboot of the film. So sell yours while it’s hot!

 

Nintendo NES – $3,000+

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It’s no surprise that the Nintendo NES is worth so much these days, but wait another five or 10 years and it will probably be triple what it’s going for now, so hold onto it for dear life (but also invite us over to play).

Do you own any of these classic toys? Would you be willing to sell them for these prices?

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