We just saw a display of these at 5Below. They were selling them for $3.99 each, plus tax. DS bought one with a gift card he had and got Dale. I bought one for my other son's upcoming birthday and we're fairly certain it's Chip. We didn't have a phone with us to try looking at the codes...we were just going by feel.
I didn't think to look for the bump codes. However, for those that are hunting for a specific figure by feeling the packages, I noticed that several of the bags contained extra parts.
Hercules - Two swords
Scrooge - Two canes & two coins
Minnie - Two hats
Sally - Two flower bouquets
Edna Mode - Two teacups
Duck - Two slingshots
Duck - Two flashlight bases
Chip - Two acorn tops (the single round piece with the knob on top)
Jack - Four snowflake “coins”
Also, all of the characters that have capes (e.g., Jafar, Anna, Elsa, etc.) were double bagged. Most of the character parts are inside a thin clear bag inside the blind bag. The cape element was loose in the bag (so open carefully; I almost cut Anna's cape because it was really close to the top of the bag).
Nice work Figment. Wish the CMFs had the unique bar code isentifisrs that they had when LEGO first made these figs in 2010! As good as I think I am getting at feeling what is inside these bags, I make a mistake here or there that costs me $4.50 each time.
I saw the LEGO Disney CMFs were marked down to $3 at a 5 Below store near the LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Yonkers, NY.
Hello from the UK
Loving the Disney forums.
Like many of you I collect the Disney Lego minifigures but have been waiting a long time for the release of Goofy.
I decided to take matters into our own hands by designing a Lego Goofy car which is now up for voting on ideas.LEGO.com and with enough support (10,000 votes!) it will be considered to become a set. If you have time to look at the design and if you like it, give it your vote it would be much appreciated. Hopefully together we can get a Goofy minifigure released soon! Thank you
Goofy’s car This MOC design is based on a toy made by Bburago in Italy. This in turn may well have been based on some publicity artwork I’ve seen by Disney from the 1940s (that also had Mickey, Donald and Pluto in the car). I loved the colours...