Meet the gross gang from the garbage, The Trash Pack. These miniature, collectible figures and playsets are going to be all the rage this Christmas for kids ages 5 and up! With prices in the range of $5.99 to $19.99, it is an affordable stocking stuffer and Christmas gift for anyone. Trashies, the figures from The Trash Pack will be in stores starting in September 2011. Get your hands on them now because you know your kids will
need want them when all their friends have them. Kids love collecting, trading, and playing with the miniature collectible Trash Pack Trashies figures.
My kids’ video review of The Trash Pack Trashies
My kids fell in love with the Trashies and have made several videos. Here is one with just a teeny tiny bit of direction from mom. 😉
There are more than 100 Trash Pack characters – aka Trashies™ – to choose from. The names are crazy gross names you’d expect to find in a garbage can and kids love it.
Even my daughter (almost 5) liked her Puke Pod and Trash Rat. Elijah (almost 7) thought his Slum Gum and Rot Moth were super cool, he was already trying to trade his with his sister. Trading is 1/2 the fun of collectible toys for kids. Other names you’ll find include: Putrid Pizza, Garbage Gull, Germ-Worm, and Mucky Maggot. Yuck! and so Cool!
So, once you collect all the Trashies, you are not done as each Trashie comes in 3 different colors to represent their status of common, rare, ultra rare, special edition or exclusive; there are even glow-in-the-dark Trashies. This is where all of the trading comes into play. The kids that know their Trashies also know which ones to try to trade for!
The Trash Pack Toys start at just $5.99 with the Trash Pack 2-pack where your child can start their Trashies Collection. You can also buy The Trash Pack Five Pack Collection, The Trash Pack 12 Pack Collection, The Trash Pack Collector’s Case, The Trash Pack Collector’s Trash Can, and The Trash Pack Garbage Truck.
Buy The Trash Pack Trashies
You can buy The Trash Pack Trashies at Toys R Us and Babies R Us starting in September 2011.
This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to The Trash Pack who provided the products for review.