Mattel Reveals FULL Line Up of MOTUC CLUB 200X Mini-Subscription
February 20, 2015

Today on Mattel posted all of the details for the upcoming Club 200x MOTUC mini-subscription.    This sub was first announced over the weekend at Toy Fair 2015.   While we saw 3 of the characters and the exclusive head-pack at the show, then Mattel showed on more character on-line, now the details posted today give a full list of the 6 figures that will be part of this sub.

As with previous subscriptions, Mattel will be offering Club 200x in both monthly and quarterly shipping options.

Club 200X™ Details

club200x_Logo1There’s a lot of information here, so please read carefully before you make your purchase.

Subscription Purchase Period & Limits: The 2015 Club 200X™ subscription period starts Monday 2/23/15 at 9 a.m. PT and ends on Monday 3/23/15 at 11:59 p.m. PT. You’re free to purchase as many memberships as you like during this period. There will be no extensions so don’t wait!

Subscription Cost: Monthly subscription includes one figure approximately every month beginning in July, plus the club-exclusive accessory pack. The total commitment will be $182, not including applicable fees/taxes and shipping (varies depending on your location and the shipping method you choose). This includes 6 figures @ $26 each and a $26 membership fee that covers the cost of the club-exclusive accessory pack. ONCE PURCHASED, MEMBERSHIPS MAY NOT BE CANCELLED.

Club Figures: Only subscribers receive the Heads of Eternia® Accessory Pack, an exclusive set, directly from Mattel! This very special set will never be sold separately at or anywhere else by Mattel. Scheduled to be shipped in August (subject to change), the cost is covered by the $26 membership fee (any applicable shipping and taxes/fees will be charged at the time of shipment). Planned releases are as follows (all names and release dates are subject to change):

  • Callix (7/15/15)
  • Evil Seed (8/15/15)
  • Club-exclusive: Heads of Eternia® Accessory Pack—includes alternate heads for Grizzlor®, Buzz-Off®, Sy-Klone™, Roboto®, Snout Spout™, and Clawful® (8/15/15)
  • King Chooblah™ (9/15)
  • Ceratus™ (10/15)
  • Queen Grayskull™ (11/15)
  • Prahvus (12/15)

The Club 200x Subscription goes on sale on 2/23 on

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1 Comment »

  • LUQUETOO says:

    I wish Mattel could have done this with the DC Signature line…reveal the line-up and let collectors decide if they want to subscribe. But, no, it had to remain a guarded secret and we were expected to subscribe blindly. A real shame.

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