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Where are Silly Bandz sold in the US?

Where are Silly Bandz sold in the US?

Popularity began to move up the East coast of the United States, reaching New Jersey, Long Island, and Staten Island in November the same year. Silly Bandz are sold in packages with different themes, including princesses and animals.

Are there any other toy fads like Silly Bandz?

As with other toy fads, such as the hula-hoop, Silly Bandz mania was short lived. However, although American children are no longer interested in collecting Silly Bandz, they are easily recycled and reused for their original purpose, as rubber bands.

What can you do with a Silly Bandz?

Silly Bandz come in many different shapes and colors. On a wrist, they function like a regular bracelet, and when taken off they revert to their original shape. They are often worn many at a time and are traded like other collectibles. They can also be used for their original intent—as a regular rubber band.

How much does a Silly Bandz bracelet cost?

Silly Bandz were simple and affordable, with sets of 12 priced at just $2.50 and 24-packs sold for $5.00, which pleased American parents. Unlike iPods and other electronic games, Silly Bandz bracelets are low-tech and easily accessible for all budgets.

Popularity began to move up the East coast of the United States, reaching New Jersey, Long Island, and Staten Island in November the same year. Silly Bandz are sold in packages with different themes, including princesses and animals.

Silly Bandz come in many different shapes and colors. On a wrist, they function like a regular bracelet, and when taken off they revert to their original shape. They are often worn many at a time and are traded like other collectibles. They can also be used for their original intent—as a regular rubber band.

Custom Silly Bandz is sold in packs of 24 and costs $5.00, making them very affordable. Both girls and boys love them and they give them as gifts or trade shapes with each other. Some Silly Bandz even glow in the dark, making them fun to wear at night.

How did the Silly Bandz craze get started?

Just keep them away from babies and toddlers, who could put them in their mouths and possibly choke. How did the Silly Bandz Craze Get Started? Silly Bandz is made by BCP, a private company owned by Robert J. Croak in Toledo, Ohio.