Star Wars The Vintage Collection Droid Set
  • Star Wars The Vintage Collection Droid Set

    Relive some of the coolest sequences from the original Star Wars movie with this awesome Droid Set! These three, together with R2-D2, were captured and transported by the Jawas in the sandcrawler across the Tatooine Desert. R5-D4 was originally purchased by Luke. The power droid was first seen in the sandcrawler dungeon together with the gleaming silver Death Star Droid.
  • Wave: Target

    Year: 2012

    Retail: $24.99 UPC: 653569706687 AmazonASIN: B008LG63HE (paid link) Series: The Vintage Collection Group: The Vintage Collection Sets
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RetailerPriceDiffLowest Found
ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $35.50+$10.51 (+42%)$25.00
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $38.48+$13.49 (+54%)$34.95
Amazon$49.98+$24.99 (+100%)
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The average price based upon the last 2 sold auctions is: $35.50

[High: $46.00/Low: $25.00]. The average Buy It Now price is $38.48 based upon 5 filtered active auctions out of 7.

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This Droid Set toy was added on February 2021 and originally released in 2012 with a retail price of $24.99. It may be harder to find this action figure as it's an exclusive to Target. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the The Vintage Collection series. It can be found online by using the following codes: UPC: 653569706687, Amazon ASIN: B008LG63HE (paid link) and on eBay (paid link). With an average selling price of $35.50, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for about its original retail price. Quite a few (68) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular. Some of these figures are specifying that they are unpunched, which may have higher value over punched cardbacks.

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