Disney princess dolls are now cheaper than the dollar
Disney princesses are cheaper than ever.
Disney princess toys are now sold at a fraction of their cost to the average person.
But there is one problem: you still have to buy them.
The price of toys in America are soaring, with some experts warning the price of princess toys could rise as much as 70 per cent in the coming year, as the American economy struggles to recover from the recession.
Disney Princess dolls have been the subject of many a lawsuit in the past, with one man claiming he had to pay $1,200 for a doll he had bought for a friend.
He was later found out the doll was a knock-off.
Now, according to Disney Princesses UK, the dolls are being sold at prices much lower than the cost of an American dollar.
In the US, the price for a dollar bill can be $0.0033, while a doll costs $0,082.
Disney Princesses is a charity that supports the purchase of toys for children and families with disabilities.
The charity’s chief executive, Karen Hochberg, said the dolls’ new price is not a reflection of the cost in the US.
“Disney Princess is a global brand, and we understand that the prices of these products are often much higher than the market is paying in the United States,” she said.
The charity says its aim is to help raise awareness of the issue and make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities in the UK.
It said it was not aware of any case in which a doll had been stolen from a Disney store, but the charity would be contacting any customers who had experienced a doll’s disappearance.