A mail-in is where you go to a certain store and buy 20 hotwheels and than you bring them home and you open them up and you save your 20 blister cards and than you send those in the mail along with your cash register receipt and $4.99 money order to Mattel in east Aurora New York and than you will get a free hotwheels exclusive car in the mail from Mattel. ?
I bumped last falls information thread on proposed 2020 mail ins.
As far as what card backs to send in - they are usually limited to a certain assortment or UPC code sequence and time limited for purchase with a cash register receipt and deadline for Mattel receiving the mail in request.
Head's up guy's if guy's go to family dollar to get something family dollar is starting to get trays of hotwheels in now. There wasn't no treasure hunts there but I did find a Tesla model 3, in red. So guy's keep an eye out at your family dollars. ?
I have not been really thrilled about Hot Wheels the last year or two for some reason.
I don't know if I'm just not that thrilled with the releases, or nothing in the current year's offering ever turns up in my area
except at the local Flea Markets or Vendor's Malls where it is bad overpriced...
Hot Wheels needs all new castings for Ferrari, and needs to offer them a deal they beg for..
Bburago, Maisto, and several others are just junk. Period. I’d buy a Tomica before either of them. I’m aware Kyosho makes a great product, but Hot Wheels needs to get back on Ferrari about this.