A handful of ambitious eBay sellers are attempting to cash in on ‘misprinted’
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That’s because ‘Dark Vador’ is simply‘Dark Vador’ has appeared), and certainly won’t be the last – but as the company pulls new adult fans into its orbit, it’s perhaps not surprising that those less familiar with its products would be puzzled by 75304 Darth Vader Helmet’s box
So, if you count yourself among those fans just finding their feet in the LEGO world, here’s a handy tip: avoid pointlessly wasting money by refusing to buy said ‘misprinted’ boxes from eBay, where enterprising sellers are already hoping to cash in on fans’ ignorance by advertising the completely normal sets as ‘rare’ and ‘collectible’.
Whether these people genuinely believe they’re on to a money-spinning misprint or are acting a little more unscrupulously is difficult to determine. So far, though, nobody seems to have taken them up on their very generous asking prices of anywhere from $99 to $155.
Instead, you can hop over toglowing review. And feel free to send this story to those same eBay sellers while you do.