The Hello Kitty Circus of Life plush toy series was rolled out by McDonald’s Hong Kong and Macau in July 2013. Going by similar past promotions from the fast food giant, it’s likely that this new collection will also be released in Singapore in the near future.
Check out the 5 main Hello Kitty Circus of Life plush toys and 2 more exclusive ones.
Hello Kitty Circus of Life
The Magican and Dare Devil Hello Kitty plush toys are said to be released in limited edition, just like the elusive Singing Bone Hello Kitty in the recent Hello Kitty Fairy Tale series launched by McDonald’s Singapore.
Here’s the Hello Kitty Circus of Life promotional banner as seen on the McDonald’s Hong Kong website:
There is a special Collector’s Kit priced at HK$238 that includes:
- Jumbo Hello Kitty plush toy
- Chimp Hello Kitty plush toy
- Clown Hello Kitty plush toy
- Animal Tamer Hello Kitty plush toy
- Trapeze Hello Kitty plush toy
- Special edition Hello Kitty tasty card
- Circus of Life Hello Kitty popup storybook
- Hello Kitty alphabet cards
- 4 McDonald’s HK$10 food coupons
At that price, the package certainly looks like a good deal! Plus, there is less chance of food wastage when people are allowed to purchase the kit first and use the food coupons later for their meals. Perhaps McDonald’s Singapore can look into a similar arrangement for future Hello Kitty promotions.
Take a closer look at each of the items included in the kit.
Jumbo Hello Kitty plush toy
Clockwise from top left: Animal Tamer, Trapeze, Clown and Chimp Hello Kitty plush toys
Circus of Life Hello Kitty popup storybook
Hello Kitty alphabet cards
Some lucky fans who are in Hong Kong have already gotten their paws on the Hello Kitty Circus of Life collection. Don’t these look adorable?
Credit: Aj Tan
Last but not least, here’s the official Hello Kitty Circus of Life commercial by McDonald’s Hong Kong. Don’t you just want to get your hands on these plush toys?
How do you find the new Hello Kitty Circus of Life series from McDonald’s? Would you be adding it to your collection? How can McDonald’s improve on their future Hello Kitty promotions in Singapore? Share all your thoughts via Facebook or Twitter or by leaving a comment!