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How secret 'mutant' Ooshies are selling for more than their 'perfect' pals 

Rare and and defective ‘mutant’ Disney+ Ooshies could be worth a small fortune on the booming resell market. 

The Woolworths collectibles featuring characters from the Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars franchises are so popular, they sold out earlier than they should of across Australia. 

The rarest of the official collectibles are the ‘glitter’ versions of Elsa from Frozen, Woody from Toy Story, Captain Marvel and The Mandalorian. 

One reseller is even selling a glittery Elsa Ooshie for a ridiculous $250,000 on eBay.

The rarest of the official Ooshie lineup are glitter versions of certain characters. Pictured: Glitter versions of Captain Marvel, The Mandalorian, Woody and Elsa

The rarest of the official Ooshie lineup are glitter versions of certain characters. Pictured: Glitter versions of Captain Marvel, The Mandalorian, Woody and Elsa

One reseller is flogging a glittery Elsa Ooshie for a ridiculous asking price of $250,000 on eBay

One reseller is flogging a glittery Elsa Ooshie for a ridiculous asking price of $250,000 on eBay

While this product listing is an outlier, it is common for people to sell glitter Ooshies for anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000. 

There are 83 people are ‘watching’ a glitter Elsa for $13,000 while another 40 are ‘watching’ one  for $12,500. 

Defective Ooshies with melted plastic, missing parts, incorrect colours and smudging paint are also selling for ridiculously high prices. 

A ‘one of a kind’ defective Elsa Ooshie that is completely white with no painting for her facial features, hair or dress, has an asking price of $2,000. 

A 'one of a kind' defective Elsa Ooshie that is completely white with no painting for her facial features, hair or dress has an asking price of $2,000

A ‘one of a kind’ defective Elsa Ooshie that is completely white with no painting for her facial features, hair or dress has an asking price of $2,000

One woman posted a picture of a 'mutant Mandalorian' (right) with smudged black ink on his visor to the group and was immediately requested to sell the item

One woman posted a picture of a ‘mutant Mandalorian’ (right) with smudged black ink on his visor to the group and was immediately requested to sell the item 

Ooshie collectors showcase their defective collectibles on the ‘Mutant Ooshies’ Facebook page with the view to potentially sell them. 

Some of the odd variations include a golden Thor missing his hammer and a ‘fat Buzz Lightyear’ that doesn’t seem to have been moulded properly. 

One woman posted a picture of a ‘mutant Mandalorian’ with smudged black ink on his visor to the group. 

‘I’ll buy the mutant one off you if you can send it to Bundaberg,’ one person replied, prompting the woman to say: ‘I never thought anyone would want it!’ 

'Acne Anna' with bumps on her face

'Blind Moana' completely missing eyes

Defective Ooshies with melted plastic, missing parts, incorrect colours and smudging paint are also selling for ridiculously high prices. Pictured: Acne Anna’ with bumps on her face (left) and ‘Blind Moana’ (right) completely missing eyes

A normal golden Thor (left) and one missing his hammer (right)

A normal silver Buzz Lightyear (right) and a 'fat' version that hasn't been molded properly (left)

Some of the odd variations include a golden Thor missing his hammer (left) and a ‘fat Buzz Lightyear’ that doesn’t seem to have been moulded properly (right)

Other bizarre Ooshie variations include ‘acne Anna’ from Frozen with bumps on her face and ‘blind Moana’, who is missing eyes. 

There is also a gold version of Sully from Monsters Ink completely missing a hand. 

One hybrid Ooshie features the body of colour-changing Iron Man with a golden Thor head on top.  

A gold version of Sully from Monsters Ink completely missing a hand

One hybrid Ooshie features the body of colour-chaning Iron Man with a golden Thor head on top

 A gold version of Sully from Monsters Ink completely missing a hand (left) and a hybrid Ooshie featuring the body of colour-changing Iron Man with a golden Thor head on top (right)

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