Who Sells WWE Title Belts for Kids?


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WWE title belts for kids are sold by the WWE Shop, Amazon.com, and Wal-Mart. Each source sells a variety of WWE kids belts, as well as adult belts, plus other WWE merchandise.

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Who Sells WWE Title Belts for Kids?
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The WWE Shop is the primary retailer of all WWE merchandise. It offers a number of WWE title belt replicas for kids including the Heavyweight Championship Belt, the WWE Championship Belt, and the WWE Championship Spinner Belt. As of 2015, belt prices range from about $190 to $250.

Amazon.com also sells a similar variety of WWE title belts for kids but made by different manufacturers. The non-WWE manufactured belts tend to be less expensive than those sold at the WWE Shop. As of 2015, The Mattel version of the Heavyweight Championship Kids Belt is sold by an independent retailer on Amazon.com for about $32. Amazon.com also offers several shipping deals including free two-day shipping for Amazon Prime members, while the WWE Shop only offers standard FedEx options.

A number of big-box stores, such as Wal-Mart, Target and Kmart, also sell WWE kids title belts. Belts sold by these retailers are the least expensive option. The Heavyweight Championship Kids Belt, for example, costs about $18, as of 2015. These stores also offer both shipping and free in-store pickup.

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