We already predicted that Dance Star Mickey, aka the Tickle Me Elmo of the Holidays 2010, is going to be a sell out come Christmas. The new Fisher-Price animatronics toy started shipping in early October and became immediately a bestseller priced at $69.99. Now at the end of November I have not seen it in stock anywhere in the past weeks.
According to historic data of Shopping tracker Zoolert, Dance Star Mickey was in stock briefly on Amazon today and yesterday. This could indicate that Amazon has limited stock coming in each day now. Check the Fisher-Price Dance Star Mickey product page on Amazon, maybe you get lucky.
Dance Star Mickey can walk, talk and of course dance. The toy has a big finishing dance move and is activated by pressing the foot of the toy. Fisher-Price says the toy will encourage kids to get up and dance along with him. The toy has multiple music types that it can dance to. Note for all Micheal Jackson fans, Dance Star Mickey knows how to moonwalk. More details on Amazon.
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