Check Your Home: If You Have Any Of These 7 Beanie Babies You Can Retire Right Now

There are spelling mistakes on the swing and tush tags of some of these bears, and depending on which error you’ve got yours might be worth as much as $5,000. 

Employee Beanie Baby was given to employees of Ty, Inc. in 1997, and it has since become a sought after collectible for fans. Some even go as high as $1,600. An authentic Employee bear will have either a 1993 or 1995 red and white 2nd generation label on it. 

The Coral Casino Beanie Baby was an extremely rare bear that only saw a run of 588 produced. These bears were particularly unique because they were numbered and signed by creator Ty Warner. One of these bears went for $760 on eBay.

The Peanut Beanie Baby, which was released in 1995, came in both royal and light blue. There are counterfeit versions around, so it’s important to know what to look for – most notably, a black and white label on the royal blue edition. One authentic royal blue Peanut went for $395 on eBay.

Humphrey Beanie Baby is a particularly difficult one to sell because there are so many counterfeit versions. Authentic versions reportedly have a black and white label dated 1993. This bear, The Sun reported, was the first to retire, and is currently worth as much as $333.

There are other Beanie Babies that are worth a considerable amount of money, so make sure to do research if you’ve got any of these classic toys to make sure you’re getting your money’s worth. 

Many readers expressed shock over the value of some of these rare Beanie Babies.

“I have the whole kitten caboodle of beanie babies, I even have the first episodes of McDonald’s beanie babies when they were giving them out in happy meals. There still in the plastic wraps. Never been open,” one QPolitical reader commented on the site’s Facebook page.

“I would just like to find someone to buy them. I have ones that have been authenticated by Beckys true blue beans. It’s very hard to believe that they sale for those prices,” another added. 

“I gave most of mine away about 5 or 6 years ago to a charity that was sending them overseas to children who had nothing. I only kept a couple that were my favorites. Also back in the day when all the frenzy was going on, someone had offered me $500 for my Diana bear so I took his offer, was able to purchase another one,” another wrote. 

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