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Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered

Transformers News: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 10:37PM CST

Categories: Toy News, Sightings
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Thanks to a post on Ozformers' Facebook page we have some confirmation of pricepoints on Transformers toylines that will be (or are) available for sale this year in Australia. Hasbro's official suggested retail pricing is as follows, though as the post states, various retailers look to be more expensive than others:
Hasbro's official RRP
Botbots 1-pack - 5
Botbots 5-pack - 15
Botbots 8-pack - 25
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WFCS BattleM - 10
WFCS MicroM - 20
WFCS Deluxe- - 35
WFCS Voyager - 50
WFCS Leader- - 90


These prices work out to the following in USD, just for comparison:

Botbots 1-pack - 3.58 USD
Botbots 5-pack - 10.74 USD
Botbots 8-pack - 17.91 USD
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WFCS BattleM - 7.16 USD
WFCS MicroM - 14.32 USD
WFCS Deluxe- - 25.07 USD
WFCS Voyager - 35.82 USD
WFCS Leader- - 64.48 USD

KMart looks to have the lowest pricing as of now, so that might be a good starting point if there's one near you in your corner of Australia.

BigW
Botbots 1-pack - N (Not in system)
Botbots 5-pack - N
Botbots 8-pack - N
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WFCS BattleM - 10
WFCS MicroM - 19
WFCS Deluxe- - N
WFCS Voyager - N
WFCS Leader- - U (Unknown)

Kmart
Botbots 1-pack - 5 - OUT
Botbots 5-pack - N
Botbots 8-pack - U
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WFCS BattleM - 9
WFCS MicroM - 19
WFCS Deluxe- - 29
WFCS Voyager - 49
WFCS Leader- - U

Target
Botbots 1-pack - N
Botbots 5-pack - N
Botbots 8-pack - N
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WFCS BattleM - N
WFCS MicroM - 19
WFCS Deluxe- - 34
WFCS Voyager - 49
WFCS Leader- - U

Toyworld
Botbots 1-pack - 5 - OUT
Botbots 5-pack - 15 - OUT
Botbots 8-pack - 25 - OUT
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WFCS BattleM - 10-12 - OUT
WFCS MicroM - 20 - OUT
WFCS Deluxe- - 35-40 - OUT
WFCS Voyager - 50-60 - OUT
WFCS Leader- - 90-100 - OUT



If you are down under and see a figure that hasn't been reported as being found at retail in your country, why not drop us a line, with photo evidence? Thanks for helping your fellow collectors and countrymen!
Credit(s): Ozformers on Facebook

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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2012698)
Posted by Prime Target on February 28th, 2019 @ 2:27am CST
Why the Hell is it taking so frigging long for Siege to come out over here? :-x
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2012699)
Posted by Burn on February 28th, 2019 @ 2:42am CST
Prime Target wrote:Why the Hell is it taking so frigging long for Siege to come out over here? :-x

Fuck knows, but I'm nearly at a point where I'll just give up and walk away from collecting. It's a fucking joke.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2012703)
Posted by ausbot on February 28th, 2019 @ 5:26am CST
As an Aussie I'm sick of finishing lines by going on ebay, that is where I had to get my sludge.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2012704)
Posted by Burn on February 28th, 2019 @ 5:45am CST
ausbot wrote:As an Aussie I'm sick of finishing lines by going on ebay, that is where I had to get my sludge.

Hobby Link Japan.

Even with the 10% GST and postage they'll probably work out cheaper than the eBay sellers.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2016110)
Posted by Burn on March 26th, 2019 @ 7:57pm CDT
Good news for Australians who are looking to get their hands on Ectotron but didn't want to import!

Seibertron.com Energon Pub forum member VonDoom has dropped us an e-mail to let us know that EB Games Australia will be the exclusive retailer in Australia for Ectotron, and that he is now available for pre-order!

Ectotron is set to be available from June 6 for $80AUD, but you can secure your pre-order now for $10AUD with options for in-store click-n-collector or home delivery.

Will you be like our Forum Admin Burn and pre-ordering your Ectotron through EB Games Australia? Let us know on the Energon Pub Forums!
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2016121)
Posted by Rainmaker on March 26th, 2019 @ 11:12pm CDT
You can also pre-order it from Zing, but they're the same company

:MAXIMAL:
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2016143)
Posted by S.o.L. on March 27th, 2019 @ 9:38am CDT
Burn wrote:Will you be like our Forum Admin Burn and pre-ordering your Ectotron through EB Games Australia?

Congratulations ;)^
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2016457)
Posted by Prime Target on March 29th, 2019 @ 10:41pm CDT
Who ya gonna call?
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2016475)
Posted by Burn on March 29th, 2019 @ 11:58pm CDT
Prime Target wrote:Who ya gonna call?

EB Games or Zing. Image
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2016576)
Posted by Darkscream on March 31st, 2019 @ 1:39am CDT
Hi all,

Found some Siege stuff at Big W in Eastland shopping centre, Ringwood Victoria.
Lionizer, Pteraxadon, Aimless, Laserbeak and Ravage, Red Heat and Stakeout.

Also found wave 1 and 2 Botbots line at Toyworld in Ferntree Gully.

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Edit: Whoa! Burn is still here! Nice to see a familiar name still going strong!
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2017680)
Posted by Darkscream on April 2nd, 2019 @ 11:11pm CDT
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Siege stuff at Toyworld in Eastland, Ringwood Victoria.

Ultra Magnus, Shockwave, Ironhide, Starscream, Soundwave, Sixgun, Chromia, Prowl, Ravage/Laserbeak, Red Heat/Stakeout.

Also had wave 2 Botbots.

Sixgun, Soundwave, Starscream and Chromia also spotted at Target Eastland.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2018886)
Posted by ZeroWolf on April 13th, 2019 @ 3:52pm CDT
Thanks to the hard work of the Ozformers Facebook group, we've learned that the exclusive Golden Lagoon Sets that Takara Tomy produced have made it to Australian shores via the Mr Toys Toy World stores. They currently only operate in one area of the country but Ozformers point out they could trickle to other Toyworld locations. Check out the sighting image which we've mirrored below for your convenience.

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The two Golden Lagoon Sets are all redecos of previously released figures. With one set containing Perceptor, Seaspray and Beachcomber, and the other containing Starscream (a redeco of Ghost Starscream released as part of Unite Warriors Grand Galvatron). They were priced at Aus$129 and Aus$80 respectively.

Will any of our Australian members be chasing down these toys? Would anyone be interested in a golden Starscream limb for a combiner? Let us know in the Energon Pub and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews!
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2018907)
Posted by Prime Target on April 13th, 2019 @ 10:22pm CDT
Finally! It's about Goddamned time we got word of Shadow Panther's arrival after Toys R Us died (RIP) I Just went to the Rothwell Toyworld here in Brisbane. They didn't have The Golden Lagoon Sets or Shadow Panther but they said The City, Chermside , Indooropily and a few other places I didn't catch did. Starscream seems sold out everywhere but They have The Golden Lagoon 3 Pack and Shadow Panther. I'll ask at the Indooropily and Chermside stores if they plan on Restocking Starscream as soon as I can.

As for me I'm 100% going for all of them.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2021851)
Posted by noony_2001 on May 18th, 2019 @ 6:39am CDT
Has anyone spotted Siege Voyager Optimus and Megatron at major retailers yet? (Kmart, BigW, Target...) every store I’ve been too or called have not had wave 1 stock of anything (this is in Victoria). Really frustrating how they’ve skipped a wave? Is that normal? I’m not quite sure how distribution really works.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2023475)
Posted by Burn on June 4th, 2019 @ 8:00pm CDT
Just a heads up, Toys 'R' Us is looking to relaunch (via a license with Hobby Warehouse) as an online outlet with the intention to hopefully one day re-open physical stores.

http://www.toysrus.com.au/

At this stage it's set to go live on the 12th June.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2023515)
Posted by Burn on June 5th, 2019 @ 5:40pm CDT
Ectotron via EB Games/Zing has been delayed until September.

Not a good thing if you're trying to establish yourself as the place for "exclusives"
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2024178)
Posted by Burn on June 11th, 2019 @ 6:46pm CDT
Toys 'R' Us is back in Australia via toysrus.com.au.

At the moment it's just a small selection of Transformers from TLK, RID and Titans Return.

https://www.toysrus.com.au/action-figur ... filter=241
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2024214)
Posted by Burn on June 12th, 2019 @ 5:27am CDT
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2024898)
Posted by william-james88 on June 17th, 2019 @ 12:10pm CDT
There is a lot going on in Australia as far as Transformers sightings go. For starters, it is the first place to get the Cyberverse Spark Armour Ark Power Optimus Prime. It is exclusive to Big W stores.

You can see it in this image below along with other cool toys now at mass retail in Australia, like the Siege wave 2 deluxes and Studio Series wave 6 deluxes.

Plus, Big W got the MPM stock from Toysrus, so you can get MPM Barricade and Bumblebee there. And on thursday, they are on sale. You can see more info on the sale below.

Speaking of Toysrus, the online store has been bought and reopened under a new owner, but the only Transformers stock is leftover from 2-3 years ago. You can still visit it here. We hope it will be the destination for current toys going forward but there is no word on that being the case with Transformers yet.

Australia also got the wave 3 Siege deluxes (the Reflector wave) AND Battlemasters at Toyworld, a collectable store.

Lastly, Studio Series voyager Bumblebee Movie Optimus Prime and Rampage were found at Target, this is the first sighting of new voyagers in the Studio Series line since the year began.

All of this info was found on the Ozformers Facebook page.

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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2024922)
Posted by Burn on June 17th, 2019 @ 5:11pm CDT
Myer has a much better sale going on.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2024987)
Posted by Stargrave on June 18th, 2019 @ 10:58am CDT
You Australians with your properly warmed shelves and predominately physically attractive populace and adorable marsupials and cool accents...Curses! :lol:
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2025774)
Posted by Rainmaker on June 24th, 2019 @ 8:42pm CDT
Burn wrote:Myer has a much better sale going on.


It'd be good if they had any Transformers

:MAXIMAL:
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2025790)
Posted by Burn on June 24th, 2019 @ 11:07pm CDT
Rainmaker wrote:
Burn wrote:Myer has a much better sale going on.


It'd be good if they had any Transformers

:MAXIMAL:

Wouldn't know. Both are over 100km's from me anyway.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2027047)
Posted by Stargrave on July 1st, 2019 @ 12:18pm CDT
Just in from Ozformers on Facebook we have word that the new Transformers Studio Series figures, Longhaul and KSI Boss, have been spotted at a local Toy World in Canberra! Whether you're nearby or not these new bots can't be far from showing up at your local brick and mortar stores.

From Ozformers:
"After two waves of Studio Series Voyagers were found in Australia during June (wave 3 Ironhide and wave 6 Rampage & Optimus), a third wave of Voyagers were apparently found at a Toyworld in Canberra in the final days of last month - wave 7 TF2 Long Haul (new) and TF4 KSI Boss (redeco Nitro Zeus). If these are now out here, it would be another world first for the month.
If you see these ones as well in the next week, let us know, as it is nice to see new toys here, and before the rest of the world.
(photo of toy and receipt posted on the Ozformers board by member MightyGrimlock)"


Take a view and share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forums, and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in up to date Transformers news.
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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2030891)
Posted by Stargrave on July 22nd, 2019 @ 9:07am CDT
Thanks to Ozformers we've learned the upcoming Japanese Transformers 35th Convoy and Optimus Prime Set And MP19+ Smokescreen are going to be EB Games And Zing Exclusives once released in Australia! Both items are currently up for pre-order at the respective sites.

The two pack features a G1 Optimus Prime along with a repainted Optimus SS38 from Bumblebee with a paint job closer to his G1 counterpart. MP Smokescreen plus has that slick closer to the G1 cartoon paint job.

From Ozformers regarding the Optimus set:
"A couple of new pre-order listings on Zing and EB Games for release early next year...
Japanese 35th Anniversary Optimus & Convoy set - this one is a real surprise, and a real treat for us here in Australia. This is a TakaraTomyMall exclusive in Japan (which would also be released in Asia), of two separately packed toys in Gen1 style packaging. One is a reissue of the 1984 Optimus Prime toy (cab only) which was called Convoy in Japan, while the other is a very minor redeco of the 2019 Studio Series Voyager Optimus Prime from the Bumblebee Movie.
Release date here - January 5th 2020
Price - AU$160 (pre-order deposit of $50)"


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And they provide the links for the two sites for the Optimus Prime set, here for EB Games, and here for Zing.

Here's their statement on Smokescreen:
"MP-19+ Smokescreen (Anime redeco) - Entertainment Earth in America started releasing these Japanese MP toys earlier this year, with an English slipcase but everything else inside should still be Japanese. Smokescreen is the first one to show up here, so we might be end up getting whatever else EE releases in the future.
Release date here - January 26th 2020
Price - AU$130 (pre-order deposit of $30)"


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And they provide the links for the two sites for Smokescreen, here for EB Games, and here for Zing.

Happy hunting all our Australian members here's hoping you can get every special edition and exclusive you're looking for. Make sure to post your thoughts in the forums and stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2033007)
Posted by Burn on August 2nd, 2019 @ 10:10pm CDT
Want some US exclusives without going through the hassle of importing them yourself? Hit up your local online crack dealers!

Refraktor Three Pack
@ Robotoyz | @ ToyBot Importz

Micromaster Ten Pack
@ Robotoyz

SDCC BotBots Con Crew
@ Robotoyz

Walmart Soundwave, 3 pack Gurafi, Noizu and Frenzy
Currently sold out, keep an eye on their websites or Facebook pages (Robotoyz, Toybot Importz) as they've been known to find more sources.

Unicron
You really should keep an eye on their Facebook pages. :wink:

If anyone has any other local listings, please share!
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2033203)
Posted by Burn on August 4th, 2019 @ 5:26pm CDT
Unicron Update

RoboToyz is seeking feedback so they can see what interest there is and how to best help people fund it.

OzFormers is also gauging interest
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2033424)
Posted by Burn on August 6th, 2019 @ 5:21am CDT
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2039516)
Posted by william-james88 on September 25th, 2019 @ 10:39am CDT
Clearly setting out to make themselves the Bunnings Warehouse for Transformer exclusives in Australia, EB Games and Zing are now offering up ol' mate MP-38+ Burning Convoy and Siege Nemesis Prime for pre-order!

Set for release 21 March 2020, MP-38+ Burning Convoy will set you back $198.00 dollary doos (with a $30 deposit).

You can sus out the pre-orders for him at either EB Games or Zing now.

Set for release the day after, Nemesis Prime will set you back $98 (with a $10 deposit).

He is available at EB Games or Zing as well.

Are you stoked by this news? Then head to the Energon Pub Forums and have a chin-wag about him with your fellow fans!

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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2039530)
Posted by UltraPrimal on September 25th, 2019 @ 6:16pm CDT
They also have Burning Convoy available for pre-order at Canadian EB Games too. Didn't see Siege Nemesis Prime, though.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2039547)
Posted by william-james88 on September 25th, 2019 @ 9:34pm CDT
UltraPrimal wrote:They also have Burning Convoy available for pre-order at Canadian EB Games too. Didn't see Siege Nemesis Prime, though.

EB Games canada always gets the MPs from now one, just like entertainment earth. But no one really cares since its consistently more pricey to get it from them than japanese vendors.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2041616)
Posted by ZeroWolf on October 12th, 2019 @ 2:40pm CDT
Greetings Seibertronians, especially those in the land down under! Following on from preorders for the first four of the Seacons, EB Games Australia and Zing Pop Culture have opened up pre-orders for the last two Seacons! These are of course Overbite (who is a retool of Power of the Primes Rippersnapper) and Tentakill (who is a retool of Power of the Primes Moonracer). They are both retailing for Aus $78 and require a Aus $10 deposit. Check out the links below!

Overbite

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https://www.ebgames.com.au/product/loot ... cts-figure
https://www.zingpopculture.com.au/produ ... cts-figure

Tentakill

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https://www.ebgames.com.au/product/loot ... cts-figure
https://www.zingpopculture.com.au/produ ... cts-figure

Have you got the rest on Pre-order? Do you have thoughts on this much sought after team? Let us know in the Energon Pub and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews!
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2041781)
Posted by Rodimus Knight on October 14th, 2019 @ 9:42am CDT
When are they going to be available on HasbroPulse?
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2056034)
Posted by william-james88 on March 8th, 2020 @ 6:03pm CDT
While the big Australia Toy Fair reveal was stolen from under their nose, there are lots of new sightings for anticipated toys that hopefully make up for it. These all come from the Ozformers Facebook page. There is even news of a current deal on Transformers at Myer. Monday (the 9th) is the last day of this deal.

"20% off Transformers (and most toys) at Myer this weekend - ends Monday 9th March.
Just in time for some new Earthrise and Studio Series toys, if your nearest Myer has done some re-stocking this week.

Transformers Earthrise updates for Australia.
After they started showing up in some Toyworlds and Myer stores last week, people are now seeing the Deluxe and Voyager sizes at Kmart stores around the country.
Kmart prices are the same as their Siege prices - $29 for Deluxe, $49 for Voyager.
Myer have the Deluxe, Voyager and Leader classes.
Toyworld are still the only ones so far with Micromasters and Battlemasters.
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Also worth noting that Kmart have been getting in a new shipment of Studio Series toys as well, with the recent wave of Deluxe (Soundwave, Hotrod, Triplets, Bumblebee) and an older wave of Voyager (Long Haul, KSI Boss).
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Some first sightings from the last week...
- Cyberverse Ultimate w4 Optimus & Shockwave (at Toyworld).
- Cyberverse Ultra w6 Clobber, Hotrod, Bumblebee (at Toyworld).
- Botbots series 5 single packs (yellow bubbles) at a Target in NSW.
- Rescue Bots Academy 4-pack for a very cheap $49 (it has $76 worth of toys) found at Kmart.
- Rescue Bots Mini Racers for $7 (six toys - Optimus, Bumblebee, Heatwave, Hoist, Whirl, Hotshot) found at Kmart."


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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2066150)
Posted by william-james88 on June 2nd, 2020 @ 10:34am CDT
There is a big sale coming up in Australia's Big W stores in June. The best deal is 44% off all leader class toys, in the various Transformers toy lines. Also, they include Sky Lynx in the sale, meaning he should be in stock there soon. He is meant to be a temporary exclusive where he will only be available at Big W for the first 3 months of release and then come to other retailers as well.

Here is all the info from Ozformers.


BigW mid-year TOY SALE starts soon.
Transformers toys are on page 16 of the catalogue (already on the BigW website).. with some AWESOME prices.
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Sale starts Online Tuesday JUNE 16th.
Sale prices in-store from Thursday JUNE 18th.
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Sale ends Wednesday JULY 15th.
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WFC Skylynx - $119 (save $30 - normally $149)
WFC & Studio Series LEADER - $49 (save $39 - normally $88)
WFC & Studio Series VOYAGER - $35 (save $14 - normally $49)
Bumblebee Movie Energon Ignitors Nitro - $15 (new price)
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https://www.bigw.com.au/bigw-catalogues
Skylynx is noted as a BigW exclusive, which is true for about 3 months, when it is allowed to be sold by other retailers. (Kmart & Target are NOT getting it)
The examples of the Leader & Voyager toys in the catalogue may not be the new items or waves in the stores for the sale... we will have to wait until the new stock arrives at stores in the next two weeks.
Leader class is not a regular size at BigW, so when their Toy Sale stock sells out, they might not get more in.
The Nitro toys also look to be a one-off shipment, so should stay at $15 until they sell out (they used to be $35).
Both Leader & Voyager are shown with examples of Studio Series and Generations WFC toys, so the sale price should apply to both series.
Scorponok was not scheduled for this sale, but should show up at BigW (and some other retailers) around September/October (subject to demand).


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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2072861)
Posted by Burn on July 20th, 2020 @ 4:10am CDT
Greasepit, Rotorstorm and Hubcap on EB Games. Also available via Zing. $40AU each, $10AU deposit each. That makes them $11AU more than regular retail price, not too bad, but still a rort.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2072862)
Posted by Rainmaker on July 20th, 2020 @ 4:17am CDT
Burn wrote:Greasepit, Rotorstorm and Hubcap on EB Games. Also available via Zing. $40AU each, $10AU deposit each. That makes them $11AU more than regular retail price, not too bad, but still a rort.



Huh, I expected a lot worse. Especially after the seacons, interesting.

:MAXIMAL:
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2072864)
Posted by Burn on July 20th, 2020 @ 4:42am CDT
Rainmaker wrote:
Burn wrote:Greasepit, Rotorstorm and Hubcap on EB Games. Also available via Zing. $40AU each, $10AU deposit each. That makes them $11AU more than regular retail price, not too bad, but still a rort.


Huh, I expected a lot worse. Especially after the seacons, interesting.

:MAXIMAL:


As did I.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2072867)
Posted by Rainmaker on July 20th, 2020 @ 5:25am CDT
Burn wrote:
Rainmaker wrote:
Burn wrote:Greasepit, Rotorstorm and Hubcap on EB Games. Also available via Zing. $40AU each, $10AU deposit each. That makes them $11AU more than regular retail price, not too bad, but still a rort.


Huh, I expected a lot worse. Especially after the seacons, interesting.

:MAXIMAL:


As did I.


Also you say $40 AUD is $11 more than retail price, but I can't find deluxes for that price anymore here. They're either all $35 AUD or in the Cyberverse deluxe figure case, $40 AUD.

:MAXIMAL:
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2072927)
Posted by Burn on July 20th, 2020 @ 4:10pm CDT
Rainmaker wrote:
Burn wrote:
Rainmaker wrote:
Burn wrote:Greasepit, Rotorstorm and Hubcap on EB Games. Also available via Zing. $40AU each, $10AU deposit each. That makes them $11AU more than regular retail price, not too bad, but still a rort.


Huh, I expected a lot worse. Especially after the seacons, interesting.

:MAXIMAL:


As did I.


Also you say $40 AUD is $11 more than retail price, but I can't find deluxes for that price anymore here. They're either all $35 AUD or in the Cyberverse deluxe figure case, $40 AUD.

:MAXIMAL:


I only paid $29AU for Ironworks at K-Mart. Even their website has that size point @ $29AU and Earthrise Voyagers @ $49AU
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2073155)
Posted by Burn on July 21st, 2020 @ 4:06pm CDT
K-Mart FTW!

Netflix wave 2 (leader pack still to be determined), Re-issue Soundwave and cassette packs and wave 2 of mini-bots!

https://www.facebook.com/ozformers/post ... 5126492848
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2073199)
Posted by william-james88 on July 21st, 2020 @ 10:19pm CDT
A post from Ozformers tells us that wave 2 will come to KMart. They are still not sure about the leader class, but the rest should be there, if all goes well, in October. Below you will find an image of the Wave 2 assortment, posted by Takara.

Also, KMart will be getting the G1 Soundwave reissue, finally.

And, Generations Selects Rotorstorm, Greasepit And Hubcap are currently available for preorder from EB Games and Zing for the Australian market. Each figure is listed for $40 AUD, with a $10 AUD deposit. They will be coming out in August.

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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2073228)
Posted by Prime Target on July 22nd, 2020 @ 3:04am CDT
Actually only Rotorstorm is coming out in August here on the 1st and the others are coming out in September and October
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2077285)
Posted by Burn on August 23rd, 2020 @ 7:41pm CDT
Heads up ... Scorponok will most likely not see a wide retail release, but Amazon AU currently have him up for pre-order (Sept 1 release date) for $246.25 which is probably the best deal you're going to get for him.

https://www.amazon.com.au/Transformers- ... 048&sr=8-1?tag=seibertron0c-22&
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2085768)
Posted by william-james88 on October 31st, 2020 @ 10:40pm CDT
Ozformers posted some interesting news for both Australian fans and worldwide fans. They will be hosting a new Transformers reveal November 5th. The details are on their Facebook post which can be read below.

Also below is another post from them where they give details on the KMart exclusive Netflix Transformers toys, including prices, which have been sighted and which ones are expected to arrive. We posted images of the KMart catalogue they are found in which also includes a really good deal on the Cyberverse armour figures at only $9 AUS (which is $6 USD).

Australian Transformers toy reveal update.
As noted the other day, the reveal had to be pushed back a week because the toy samples were not going to be able to get here in time for today's planned reveal.
The new day and times are as follows...
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REVEAL
- Thursday NOV 5th at 4pm for Brisbane timezone
- Thursday NOV 5th at 5pm for Sydney/Melbourne timezone
- Thursday NOV 5th at 1am for the New York timezone
- Thursday NOV 5th at 2pm for the Hong Kong timezone
(I was hoping we could do it a few hours earlier so that it wasnt in the middle of the night for people in America, but this will be the earliest we are allowed to do it before the scheduled listing of pre-orders. I guess people in America will be able to see what it is like for us in Australia, with the new reveals always being at about 1am here.)
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PRE-ORDERS (at any online store listing this item) can be put up after these times...
- Friday NOV 6th at midnight for Brisbane timezone
- Friday NOV 6th at 1am for Sydney/Melbourne timezone
- Thursday NOV 5th at 9am for the New York timezone
- Thursday NOV 5th at 10pm for the Hong Kong timezone
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Hopefully there will be no more delays.



Netflix Transformers toys featured in the new Kmart sale catalogue.
Starting OCT 29th until November 11th, is a pre-christmas catalogue that has the three size classes of Generations Netflix toys... not on sale, but just advertised as new and exclusive to Kmart.
https://www.kmart.com.au/catalogue...
Not that they need to be discounted, as they are already quite well priced compared to their US pricing.
Deluxe - $29 (wave 2 sighted - some wave 1 sighted in WA that could just be old stock)
Voyager - $49 (only wave 1 sighted - wave 2 was expected)
Leader - $89 (wave 1 sighted - only wave 1 expected)
Unfortunately, Kmart Australia have only managed to send these new Transformers toys out to QLD stores so far, so other states may not have them in time for their official sale period... but NOTE that they are not listed as "no rainchecks", so you can have them reserved for you when they do show up at your nearest store. (not sure how it will work with the smaller sizes that have an assortment, as you may just have to guess the number too reserve, and hope you get the ones you want).


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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2085802)
Posted by TF-fan kev777 on November 1st, 2020 @ 9:42am CST
Hmmm, I wonder if the reveal will be the mysterious WFC-E28...

Probably just the SS Bee we recently saw package photos of.

Also well done whoever made that ad. I love how Sideswipe is stepping out of his package.
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2089842)
Posted by william-james88 on December 13th, 2020 @ 6:13pm CST
We have some fun news for Australians. The voyagers Hot Rod and Scourge from Transformers Studio Series 86 have been spotted. Granted, it's in a Toy Kingdom store, which only has 3 locations in the country. But that is a Toyworld franchise, so they may be coming to Toyworlds soon. We also got word that the Netflix voyagers have appeared at Kmarts (where they are exclusive) in Perth. Griffin of Ozformers took the time to remind fellow fans how they got there since Australia was initially not slated to receive any wave 2 toys:

Wave 2 Netflix Voyager Transformers (Optimus & Soundwave) found at several Kmarts in Perth.
Fingers crossed that they go to Kmart stores in other states, and that all of the stock didn't end up getting sent to the one state (WA).
Image here is from this week's Kmart catalogue, which doesn't have sale prices, but just promotes current items at their regular price... showing us Optimus and Soundwave, which was a bit of a tease before they were found in WA Kmarts.
With the wave 2 Leader pack showing up on the EB Games website, this means we did manage to get all of the first two waves in Australia... even if it has been a bit of a challenge getting them all before many of them quickly disappeared from stores.
(remember, we weren't even going to get any of wave 2 here until the people at the Australian branch of Hasbro went begging for stock, just for us fans - they can't get their hands on everything we would want to see here, but this was a good one for them to succeed on securing)


Speaking of KMart exclusives, some G1 reissues were also found. Those being the second wave of Minibots and Soundwave.

Soundwave & Buzzsaw - $79
cassettes Ravage & Rumble - $39
cassettes Frenzy & Lazerbeak - $39

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Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2089849)
Posted by TK415 on December 13th, 2020 @ 8:09pm CST
But Hot Rod and Scourge aren't supposed to come out until March right?
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2089851)
Posted by william-james88 on December 13th, 2020 @ 8:16pm CST
TK415 wrote:But Hot Rod and Scourge aren't supposed to come out until March right?


No, here is Hasbro's official release info:

Transformers: Studio Series 86-04 Voyager The Transformers: The Movie Autobot Hot Rod

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $29.99 / Available: 02/01/2021)
Re: Australian Pricing for Transformers Toylines Discovered (2089859)
Posted by TK415 on December 13th, 2020 @ 9:11pm CST
william-james88 wrote:
TK415 wrote:But Hot Rod and Scourge aren't supposed to come out until March right?


No, here is Hasbro's official release info:

Transformers: Studio Series 86-04 Voyager The Transformers: The Movie Autobot Hot Rod

(Ages 8 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $29.99 / Available: 02/01/2021)

Thanks WJ!
OKay, Feb 1st, thanks for the info straight from Hasbro.

But, you wrote " The voyagers Hot Rod and Scourge from Transformers Studio Series 86 have been spotted."

Do you think they were put out early by mistake and won't be available in most places until Feb 1st, or does this mean they might get an early release? Do they sometimes get released earlier than the stated date?

Thanks!

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