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How to Train Your Dragon Promotional Fast Food Toys

From the brilliant creators at DreamWorks Animation comes the tale, How to Train Your Dragon (2010). Not only do these kinds of movies teach children important moral lessons, but they are fun for the whole family to watch. One thing that makes them so popular is the available merchandise. Fast food restaurants like McDonald's and Burger King have the market cornered in this aspect, with How to Train Your Dragon promotional toys accompanying every kids meal.

2002-Present Promotional Fast Food Toys

Those growing up in the 90's tend to be very nostalgic. They cling to anything from the era, from toys to clothes, music and movies. By the time they entered the beginning of the 2000’s, they were special treats in their meals and were trying to gather a collection. The types of promotional fast food toys available from 2002 to present include characters from children’s movies like Despicable Me, Pokemon and LEGO Bionicles.

1980-2001 Promotional Fast Food Toys

If you are looking for more vintage promotional fast food toys, you can find a wide range through online sellers like eBay. These toys come from 1980 to 2001, and while not always the most recognisable figures, you are sure to find one you know. Characters include famous Ronald McDonald, Little Miss and Mr Men, Looney Tunes and Batman. Depending on your luck, you may also find some still in good condition, or preserved fully in their plastic baggage.


Collecting as a hobby can be very fun, especially when it comes to toys from your childhood. They can look cool, be worth a pretty penny and instantly take you back to those carefree days. For the most part, there aren’t a lot of promotional fast food toys that are worth more than the meal itself, but there are some exceptions. A simple Google search can show you valuable fast food toys. These include the Simpsons Tree House of Horror set, which prince in tens of dollars, and mini Furbies with all 80 toys in their bags selling for hundreds of dollars.

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