Ty.com features a searchable database of all of its products that states the retirement status of each Beanie Baby. Internet price guides, such as BeanieBabiesPriceGuide.com, offer suggested values, but the actual worth ... More »

Collectors still buy Beanie Babies. Although the market for most Beanies is dismal, collectors actively seek rare ones. Sellers often have luck selling their unwanted Beanie Babies on auction sites, through collectors' c... More »

The Beanie Baby Speedy is a baby turtle, and he is one of the original Beanie Babies and one of the first to feature printed fabric. Speedy was first introduced on June 24, 1994, had a birthday of August 14, 1994 and was... More »

Collectors still buy Beanie Babies. Although the market for most Beanies is dismal, collectors actively seek rare ones. Sellers often have luck selling their unwanted Beanie Babies on auction sites, through collectors' c... More »

Beanie Babies can be sold online at eBay.com or in person at flea markets or swap meets. If selling on eBay, the seller needs to create a listing, then ship the Beanie Baby to the buyer when the auction is complete. More »

A list and database of retired Boyd's items is available from the official Boyd's website at BoydsStuff.com. Choose the Product Search option, and then click the Archive Products option to refine the list based on occasi... More »

Ty posts free coloring pages of its Beanie Boos on its official website, Ty.com, as of 2015. Once on the site, click on the Ty Art Gallery option to access the coloring pages, select the one you want and print it. Ty als... More »