Monday, June 15, 2009

Increased price to RM6.90

I was in Cold Storage last Friday, the Hot Wheels selling price is RM6.78 or RM6.80 after rounded up, MyNews selling it at RM6.90, and Petronas RM8.70 if not mistaken. (Please correct me if I'm wronged)

Is that the sign of the other price hike for Hot Wheels? Not again!!

Luck this is not true. After clarification, it is due to toys price in Malaysia are not regulated.

Malaysian government does not allow suppliers to control retail pricing for toys. In other word, toys manufacturers does not have rights to stop retailers from doing this, but recommended retail pricing for Hot Wheels basic cars still RM6.50.

So, as smart collectors, you know what to do. Cheers.

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Erick Jans said...
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Unknown said...

Toys R Us are selling Hotwheels at RM5.90 for members now. Usual price is RM6.50

hayashi said...

please update!!!

Thiruppathy Raja said...

Thank you for your feedback. It really motivated me.

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TheTomicaBoy said...

yeah. but if we need to generate into RM5.50, it's good, for now!

David John Shewsbury said...

In here the basic Hot Wheels price is SGD 3.50 but for some "special series" the price can go as high as SGD 10.00 (that's over RM 20.00) - crazy isn't it?

My fren told me in Australia, what ever the series, the price of Hot Wheels is supposed to be the same and standard but in other part of the world they just mark up the price as they pleased... sigh

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Kids-Nook said...

In my opinion Hot Wheels are the bestbuy diecast out there.

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