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Kmart: Mattel Disney Pixar CARS & Hot Wheels

The Kmart CARS Event Day is next Saturday …

Plus haulers are on sale along with the Ramone’s Color Changers Playset …

The SEALED CASE is still listed as available …

Click to go to Kmart.com – the CASE CONTENTS are in this post.

And for the next KMART HOT WHEELS event happening in November, the early listing for the case is here …

Special Colors:

  • ’70 Plymouth Superbird (Hot Wheels® Muscle Mania®) white with MC5 wheels
  • ’57 Chevy® Bel Air® (HW Performance™) red
  • Mustang Funny Car (HW Racing™) red
  • Ford Thunderbolt (Hot Auction™) beige

First to Market:

  • ’70 Plymouth AAR Cuda (Muscle Mania®) MC5 wheels
  • GMC® Motorhome (HW City Works™)
  • Custom V-8 Vega™ (Faster Than Ever™)

For our popular in-store Kmart Collector Day events, Mattel packs special cases of Hot Wheels® cars for us to offer that include a few cars decorated exclusively for Kmart. We’d like everyone to have a chance at these highly collectible cars, so we’re offering a few cases online!

Click on the Kmart graphic above to go to Kmart.com

FREE SHIPPING OFFER is still good – Free Standard Shipping On Orders $49 Or More of Toys Sold by Kmart.com! Offer ends 18-Dec-2010.

Happy shopping!

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17 October 2010 Mattel Disney Pixar CARS, Toys 12 Comments


  • Rebecca says:

    Come on Saturday!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • Lee says:

    Is there a list of participating K-Marts this time? Last time some of my local stores did so poorly with Cars sales that I’m afraid they might not participate. Thanks.

    • materrocks says:

      Thornton, CO
      I am thinking the same thing too. The last event did suck. I think mostly because they didn’t advertise it much, some stores did not even have a poster up, and the assortment of what was in the cases was nothing to cheer able. I am glad Mattel came to their senses and are offering cars that collectors really want to have. I am worried that there will not be as many master cases because of the poor participation of the last event.

  • NascarFan says:

    I was surprised I got the link this morning about it going live again one day ahead. Some Hot Wheels heads are finding errors in the ad too. Like the Nomad that was mentioned. Anyway.. HotWheels people were pretty happy about it

  • Man-I-Fold says:

    Maybe they weren’t happy with how easily McQueen passed him?

    • John in Missouri says:

      True — maybe thought “McQueen” was an anagram for “Microsoft”.

      • Man-I-Fold says:

        Maybe so. Interestingly, “intimate on a gawk” is an anagram for “won’t make it again.” Not that it helps. The KMarts around here in Chicago haven’t had many haulers lately, but this should help clear the way for…. Paul Valdez! I know, wishful thinking. Perhaps the Santa car has me in the mood for dreaming up the impossible.

  • John in Missouri says:

    I’ve been thinking about the Apple iCar again. What kind of high and mighty folks do they think they are at Apple? Ford, GM, Porsche, Hummer, etc. have signed off on these Cars the last 4+ years, so why won’t Apple?

    • BMW says:

      Don’t know about high and mighty, but just heard that if Apple was a country it would rank 31st by world economic standards.

    • Monica says:

      Well John, I work with lots of big companies and a lot of times it’s about established channels more than anything else. The car companies are used to doing licensing sign offs, they have a form for it, QED. Apple, not so much. I don’t think they do much in the way of licensing their logo out for different uses. That makes it a lot of work for some lawyer at Apple and it’s outside of their typical work for not such a big payoff, that puts it at the bottom of the priority list, if it even gets on to the list to begin with. It’s all about overcoming the energy of activation.

    • moe says:

      Probably because Steve Jobs doesn’t have too. Everyone knows how he is with his Apple corporation and wants to make big $$$$$’s and hold control. The SOTS set was a 1000 run project and limited, Just how Jobs likes it, “exclusive”!!!

      • Fillmore1234 says:

        Toywiz.com has the Motor Speedway of the South Set now listed as $3,500. The first time I saw it, the price was $499. Unreal how mch the price has skyrocketed in the past 2-3 years.

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