Still Have Your Beanie Babies? These 20 Can Make You Rich

If you, like me, collected worthless Tamagotchis and Spice Girls lollipops as a kid, too bad. If you, unlike me, collected Beanie Babies and kept them in pristine condition (little heart-shaped tags still attached; inside tiny clear plastic boxes where dirt and annoying little brothers couldn’t reach them), then you could be sitting on basically a winning lottery ticket.

Congrats! Here are some of the priciest collectible Beanie Babies on the market (read: eBay) right now to help you get started on your new lucrative Beanie Baby reselling empire.

1) “Large” Wallace and his Squad

$660000.00

This rare large-sized “Wallace” and his friends, two regular-sized(?) Wallaces and Cashew and Huggy will set an extremely enthusiastic collector back nearly $1M. Think of how many new friends you could buy.

2) Princess Bear

$17.95

The 1997 Princess Bear was dedicated to Princess Diana. And according this lucky, about-to-be-rich eBay seller she’s “undoubtedly the RAREST of all Beanies and Princess Bears!” Cool!

3) “Large” Ariel and 9″ friends, Issy, Ariel, and Peanut

$660000.00

Ariel was reportedly introduced in 2000 as a tribute to a 7-year-old child who passed away following complications from AIDS. This large and regular-sized Ariel pair, along with Issy and Peanut, is up for eBay grabs for over half a million dollars.

4) 15-inch Peace bear and 9-inch Peace, Ringo and Bones

$159000.00

This extra-large psychedelic Peace beanie baby will deliver extra-good good vibes if you manage to sell him and his friends for the going rate of over $300,000.

5) Bubbles(!)

$5999.99

Is there a cuter name than Bubbles? There is not. Is there anything cuter than earning over $100,000—which is how much this guy is going for on eBay—for a retired stuffed fish? There is not.

Check out the rest of the list here.

(MSN)