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Transformers Prime Happy Meal Toys Coming to MacDonalds January 25th


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Those of us who like a side of fries with our giant robot toys will be interested to know that the McDonald's Happy Meal website has been updated to indicate that the new line of Transformers: Prime pack-ins will be available January 25th! For younger viewers, you can download some TF activity pages from the site. Try not to let the Hello Kitty pairing throw you off, and remember to watch that cholesterol! Read the Full News Story Here
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Pretty sure if Hasbro hasn't released the Microns stateside, McDonald's isn't going to liscense the molds for their kids meals.

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Pretty sure if Hasbro hasn't released the Microns stateside, McDonald's isn't going to liscense the molds for their kids meals.

Why pick a good idea when you can cheap out...

Because it would require McDonald's to license molds from another country, which wouldn't fit their pricing structure. Remember they license and have the toys produced for these meals,not Hasbro. Personally I'd really like to see the Microns come over here as well, but it would probably be through a alternate outlet similar to the blind packed ones in the UK. Which would be perfect for those toys and this market.

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Pretty sure if Hasbro hasn't released the Microns stateside, McDonald's isn't going to liscense the molds for their kids meals.

Why pick a good idea when you can cheap out...

Because it would require McDonald's to license molds from another country, which wouldn't fit their pricing structure. Remember they license and have the toys produced for these meals,not Hasbro. Personally I'd really like to see the Microns come over here as well, but it would probably be through a alternate outlet similar to the blind packed ones in the UK. Which would be perfect for those toys and this market.

Has/Tak shouldnt have to licence their own products, only Makky-d's would...

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Pretty sure if Hasbro hasn't released the Microns stateside, McDonald's isn't going to liscense the molds for their kids meals.

Why pick a good idea when you can cheap out...

Because it would require McDonald's to license molds from another country, which wouldn't fit their pricing structure. Remember they license and have the toys produced for these meals,not Hasbro. Personally I'd really like to see the Microns come over here as well, but it would probably be through a alternate outlet similar to the blind packed ones in the UK. Which would be perfect for those toys and this market.

Has/Tak shouldnt have to licence their own products, only Makky-d's would...

Right, MCPoop would have to if they chose to do it in their own happy meals. If a licensee was to do it, they would have to pony up the funds.

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