Funko has a bunch of different variant options, which may or may not have a sticker to indicate them. Glow in the dark, flocked, chase, and exclusive items will generally have stickers. Exceptions are:
- If the glow in the dark or flocked variant is an exclusive and the common item isn’t, usually the variant will only have the exclusive sticker and not the variant sticker
- Metallic and glitter items don’t have their own special stickers
- Sometimes runs of items won’t all come with stickers
- Sometimes Chase stickers will just be missing. That makes the item ineligible.
Bottom line, don’t just rely on stickers to tell items apart, and be sure to know if the common and variant version of an item are both exclusives (Crota, Pandapool, etc.).
These are the most common Chase stickers. Not all flocked and glow chases have these special stickers. They may have a regular Chase sticker and a glow/flocked sticker, or may just have a Chase sticker.
This chase sticker is used for Dorbz. The Bloody sticker is used only for the Leatherface chase.
Not all flocked or glow items necessarily have a sticker. Common cases are if the item is not a variant but glows anyway, or if the common is not exclusive but the flocked/glow variant is, in which case it may just have the retailer sticker. Scented items always have a sticker, with the strawberry version for Strawberry Shortcake Pop!s.
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International Comic Cons/Toy Fairs:
Star Wars Celebration: