Oreo and design brand Supreme worked together to make what has gotten one of the most-pined for of treats.
The constrained release red-and-white treat sandwich with the Supreme logo heated into it, sold out on Thursday after the New York-based road style brand’s most recent item drop.
Presently, canny clients who purchased the forte Double Stuff Oreos that arrive in a pack of three are exchanging the treats online by means of Ebay for some exceptionally swelled markups.
One dealer on eBay, who has been a part since 2018, recorded a bundle of 3 “rare” Supreme Oreo treats and, at a certain point, most elevated offer of $87 was up to $17,199.
Another dealer with positive input had a similar thing with $4,000 recorded as the “Buy it now” cost.
Different postings for “never opened” treats had various dynamic offers going from $17 to $14,900.
A representative for the treat brand affirmed the coordinated effort between the notable treat and Supreme to ABC News, yet couldn’t give additional data about the deals. Incomparable didn’t quickly react to ABC News’ solicitation for input.
Buzz around Supreme, a SoHo-based brand that was first established in quite a while, become exponentially throughout the years, as prove by the profoundly foreseen stock drops and hourslong lines to catch the constrained release item coordinated efforts.
Alongside the arrival of the treat, the Spring Summer 2020 frill line included Ziploc sacks, 32-ounce Nalgene water bottles, Fujifilm Instax Mini Polaroid film, Spalding b-balls, 3-packs of Hanes tag-less T-shirts, skateboard decks, a Mac Tools workbench and that’s just the beginning.
Outside of Supreme areas in New York, Los Angeles and European stores, the items will have an online discharge on Feb. 27 with another item drop in Japan on Feb. 22, as indicated by the brand’s site.