Pre-Sale Opens For Mattel's New BTS Dolls, UNO Card Game

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BTS dolls

Pre-sale is now on for the new dolls and game, inspired by the K-pop phenomenon.

Playtime's just begun, as fans of BTS will be thrilled to know.

The long-awaited collaboration between Mattel and BTS opened up its pre-sale today (July 17); fans can now place their orders for seven figures inspired by the group’s “Idol” music video, as well as a new version of card game UNO with special BTS-oriented rules.

Since the announcement in January by Mattel that it was working with BTS, the dolls and games have been displayed, but this is the first time that BTS’ ARMY will be able to buy them.

Each figure of the BTS members is priced at $19.99, making the entire set cost around $140, while the UNO game is priced at $5.99. According to Mattel, the BTS dolls have 11 points of articulation and “can be posed in their many iconic dance moves.”

The UNO set featuring BTS comes with some new ARMY-friendly rules, such as a special “Dancing Wild” card where, when played, the next player has to perform a BTS dance number or draw three additional cards.

The items will be available in the U.S. both in-stores and online later this month, and are currently available for pre-order through Amazon, Walmart, Target and GameStop.


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