Any questions for Mattel?

Questions due by 11:59pm Monday, June 13.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: sarcastic, snarky, and/or mean comments will not be submitted. I get where the anger comes from, but it’s a waste of your time and mine. I think the general atmosphere of these threads may be discouraging lurkers from asking genuine questions.

Feel free to ask the hard questions, just ask them without the emotion, if you can help it.


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  1. Zach S.

    The recent news of the WWE Legends line continuing was awesome, but I was wondering: if retailer support ever becomes an issue, so much as to jeopardize the continuation of the line, could it find new life as a Mattycollector exclusive line? As collector-focused figures, they would fit very well on Mattycollector, as an alternative to retail.

  2. Heli

    I may be hoping for too much with this question, but I'm really baffled by Mattel's policy.


    I was looking over the Green Lantern product at a local store and was surprised to see that a four-figure multipack actually cost more than four individual figures, despite containing exactly the same figures and accessories as the single-carded versions. I've noticed similar practices in the multipacks for other lines (like DCUC), where two figures packed together with less accessories than their single carded versions cost as much as (or more than) the single versions, which offer more value.

    I don't know if I'm speaking for every consumer, but I generally expect multipacks to cost less per item than single packs. Understanding that Mattel doesn't control particular retailer pricing, you DO offer suggested retail pricing to your partners; why was it decided that multipacks should be priced this way?

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