How long would it take for two nearly completed sets of 2002 McDonald’s toys to be worth money?

While cleaning out my room, I found 2 near-complete sets of McDonald’s toys from 2002. To be specific, I found 7 out of 8 Battlebots (I am missing the golden one), and 4 out of 5 Galidor figurines (I am missing Gorm, the black alien). Their condition is nearly perfect, and the only flaws I could find is that the Battlebot with the yellow fringes’s arms does not move correctly, and Jens does not have his staff. While I presume that they wouldn’t sell for much at this point in time, I was curious as to whether or not it is worth either waiting to sell them, or getting the complete set and selling them, and possibly an estimate as to how much they are worth.

Quit waiting, Unless they’re in their sealed bags, Mass-produced McDonald’s Happy Meal Toys (apart from anything prior to 1990) aren’t worth anything.

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3 thoughts on “How long would it take for two nearly completed sets of 2002 McDonald’s toys to be worth money?

  1. Quit waiting, Unless they’re in their sealed bags, Mass-produced McDonald’s Happy Meal Toys (apart from anything prior to 1990) aren’t worth anything.
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  2. No sooner than 50 years!
    McDonald’s is the largest toy distributor in the world, handing out millions each year.
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