I’m a bit of a collector. I like to collect video game collectibles for my collection of collectible collections. You know, collectible figures, collectible posters, collectible lunch boxes, collectible collectors editions of things, collectible books, collectible McDonalds toys, collectible children, collectable controllers and all sorts of other collectable knick knacks (who needs an editor? I’m doing just fyne without one). Really anything from my areas of interest, which is mainly Nintendo and Lego, could be inducted into my collection at any given time.
The problem with collecting these things is that they can often be expensive. Take this adorable figurine;
This cute little fella will cost you in the range of $14.99 US before shipping. At that price that “chainsaw-gun” better be a fully functional milk frother and quill pen! Am I right? Who in the world can afford to drop that kind of money into a hobby like
playing with collecting action figures? What is a collector like me to do? If only there was some way to find the products I NEED at fractions of the regular retail price.
Enter the dollar store. Check out these extremely convincing knock-off action figure figurines.
Bionicle of War 3! Oh yeah! So authentic, I mean look at that logo! Can you even tell the difference between these two images?
I can’t. Why spend over $15.00 US on one measly action figure when you can buy these fantastic action figure figurines for only $2.00 CAD each? You could buy the whole set and still have five bucks left over to squander on wild living!
Unfortunately, I’ve had little luck finding the action figure figurines for Bionicle of War 1 and 2. They must’ve been limited collectors editions or something.
Thanks for the read and you are welcome for the top notch tip. Good luck. Happy milk frothing and quill penning.
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