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Is the world trade organization simply an extension of GATT?

False. WTO & GATT are both global trade agreements. The WTO later replaced GATT. World Trade Organization - an organizational headquarter, international trade, "leadership coordinance" General Agreement on Tariff and Trade - seeks to reduce tariffs and taxed between nations.

What are official language of the world Is there any organization that regconize English as a global language?

Since no organization can claim to represent the whole world, there is no "official" language for the world. The closest such organization would be the United Nations, which uses six official languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, French, and Russian.\n. \nThe use of languages by international organizations is usually related to the number of speakers rather than any "official" status. This is why, for example, English and Spanish have become defacto global standards.\n. \nEnglish is clearly a global language, but this is merely a measure of its widespread use, not of any official recognition.

What is global trade?

Global Trade is the exchange of goods and services between countries. Also, global trade could be taken in the context that there are no barriers to trade, thus there is global 'free' trade between countries.

What is the importance of the World Trade Organization?

The World Trade Organization (WTO) helps to facilitate global trade. It is the major multilateral forum for creating agreements and settling trade disputes among governments. It has 153 members that collectively account for more than 97% of world trade.

How did global economic conditions affect Europe after World War 1?

After World War I, global economic conditions affected Europeprofoundly. In the late 1920s and 1930s, in particular, theeconomic depression affected western nations such as France andGreat Britain so severely that their military budgets weredrastically reduced. In Germany, the same depression worsenedalready harsh conditions, thereby paving the way for the Nazi Partyto attain power.

Definition of economic globalization?

Economic globalization can be defined as the process by which markets and production in different countries are becoming increasingly interdependent due to the dynamics of trade in goods and services and flows of capital and technology. It is not a new phenomenon but the continuation of developments that have been in train for some considerable time. (European Commission, 1997, p45)

Is globalization a cause of the present world economic recession?

The world economic recession you are referring to was caused as such: Banks lent money to people because of low interest rates. These people often bought property as the money was lent in a mortgage. As lots of people bought property, property prices rose. Banks then realised that they could lend to poorer people because even if someone did not pay back all of the money the bank could sell the property and make a profit because the property price has risen. Banks grouped lots of loans together (the loans were worth money because the people who owned the houses were meant to pay back the loans with interest) and banks bought and sold these packages called "securities" all around the Global Financial system. Eventually some of those poor people that had been leant to (mainly in Florida) realised they were never going to be able to pay back the money they had been leant. A combination of large house-building projects, less people wanting housing and some people being declared bankrupt so their houses were sold led to an increase in the amount of empty housing and so house prices fell. Banks became worried because now if people could not pay back the loans, they could no longer sell the property at a profit. Because the loans were grouped together with some good and some bad loans and because these securities were not recorded on Bank's balance sheets (accounts) no-one knew which Banks had lots of debt that was never going to be repaid (toxic debt) and which Banks were still fine. Banks didnt lend to each other all over the world Banks didnt lend to consumers or businesses all over the world either Investment and consumer spending fell (Aggregate Demand fell basically) The economy contracted and unemployment rose. Recession! That is what happneed in a very, very rough sense. Who/what then is to blame? The Bankers? The people who were meant to regulate the banks? The government for setting up weak regulation? Those who set low interest rates? Consumers for accepting loans they could never repay? Globalisation? There is no definitive answer as of yet. Personally I believe that financial regulation should have been higher but to be fair to Governments, any Government that raised regulation was likely to suffer a shrinking financial services sector as companies moved abroad. Thus you could blame Globalisation but I would blame the lack of international co-operation. The two do not have to go hand-in-hand.

Members of World Trade Organization?

Albania 8 September 2000 Angola 23 November 1996 Antigua and Barbuda 1 January 1995 Argentina 1 January 1995 Armenia 5 February 2003 Australia 1 January 1995 Austria 1 January 1995 Bahrain, Kingdom of 1 January 1995 Bangladesh 1 January 1995 Barbados 1 January 1995 Belgium 1 January 1995 Belize 1 January 1995 Benin 22 February 1996 Bolivia, Plurinational State of 12 September 1995 Botswana 31 May 1995 Brazil 1 January 1995 Brunei Darussalam 1 January 1995 Bulgaria 1 December 1996 Burkina Faso 3 June 1995 Burundi 23 July 1995 Cambodia 13 October 2004 Cameroon 13 December 1995 Canada 1 January 1995 Cape Verde 23 July 2008 Central African Republic 31 May 1995 Chad 19 October 1996 Chile 1 January 1995 China 11 December 2001 Colombia 30 April 1995 Congo 27 March 1997 Costa Rica 1 January 1995 Côte d'Ivoire 1 January 1995 Croatia 30 November 2000 Cuba 20 April 1995 Cyprus 30 July 1995 Czech Republic 1 January 1995 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1 January 1997 Denmark 1 January 1995 Djibouti 31 May 1995 Dominica 1 January 1995 Dominican Republic 9 March 1995 Ecuador 21 January 1996 Egypt 30 June 1995 El Salvador 7 May 1995 Estonia 13 November 1999 European Union (formerly European Communities) 1 January 1995 Fiji 14 January 1996 Finland 1 January 1995 Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) 4 April 2003 France 1 January 1995 Gabon 1 January 1995 The Gambia 23 October 1996 Georgia 14 June 2000 Germany 1 January 1995 Ghana 1 January 1995 Greece 1 January 1995 Grenada 22 February 1996 Guatemala 21 July 1995 Guinea 25 October 1995 Guinea Bissau 31 May 1995 Guyana 1 January 1995 Haiti 30 January 1996 Honduras 1 January 1995 Hong Kong, China 1 January 1995 Hungary 1 January 1995 Iceland 1 January 1995 India 1 January 1995 Indonesia 1 January 1995 Ireland 1 January 1995 Israel 21 April 1995 Italy 1 January 1995 Jamaica 9 March 1995 Japan 1 January 1995 Jordan 11 April 2000 Kenya 1 January 1995 Korea, Republic of 1 January 1995 Kuwait 1 January 1995 Kyrgyz Republic 20 December 1998 Latvia 10 February 1999 Lesotho 31 May 1995 Liechtenstein 1 September 1995 Lithuania 31 May 2001 Luxembourg 1 January 1995 Macao, China 1 January 1995 Madagascar 17 November 1995 Malawi 31 May 1995 Malaysia 1 January 1995 Maldives 31 May 1995 Mali 31 May 1995 Malta 1 January 1995 Mauritania 31 May 1995 Mauritius 1 January 1995 Mexico 1 January 1995 Moldova 26 July 2001 Mongolia 29 January 1997 Morocco 1 January 1995 Mozambique 26 August 1995 Myanmar 1 January 1995 Namibia 1 January 1995 Nepal 23 April 2004 Netherlands - For the Kingdom in Europe and for the Netherlands Antilles 1 January 1995 New Zealand 1 January 1995 Nicaragua 3 September 1995 Niger 13 December 1996 Nigeria 1 January 1995 Norway 1 January 1995 Oman 9 November 2000 Pakistan 1 January 1995 Panama 6 September 1997 Papua New Guinea 9 June 1996 Paraguay 1 January 1995 Peru 1 January 1995 Philippines 1 January 1995 Poland 1 July 1995 Portugal 1 January 1995 Qatar 13 January 1996 Romania 1 January 1995 Rwanda 22 May 1996 Saint Kitts and Nevis 21 February 1996 Saint Lucia 1 January 1995 Saint Vincent & the Grenadines 1 January 1995 Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of 11 December 2005 Senegal 1 January 1995 Sierra Leone 23 July 1995 Singapore 1 January 1995 Slovak Republic 1 January 1995 Slovenia 30 July 1995 Solomon Islands 26 July 1996 South Africa 1 January 1995 Spain 1 January 1995 Sri Lanka 1 January 1995 Suriname 1 January 1995 Swaziland 1 January 1995 Sweden 1 January 1995 Switzerland 1 July 1995 Chinese Taipei 1 January 2002 Tanzania 1 January 1995 Thailand 1 January 1995 Togo 31 May 1995 Tonga 27 July 2007 Trinidad and Tobago 1 March 1995 Tunisia 29 March 1995 Turkey 26 March 1995 Uganda 1 January 1995 Ukraine 16 May 2008 United Arab Emirates 10 April 1996 United Kingdom 1 January 1995 United States of America 1 January 1995 Uruguay 1 January 1995 Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of 1 January 1995 Viet Nam 11 January 2007 Zambia 1 January 1995 Zimbabwe 5 March 1995

What causes global economic crisis?

There are many factors that cause global economic crisis. If one believes in free markets then, it is said that institutional polices that attempt to exploit the market can cause serious fluctuations on the global scale. According to most "free market" theorists, the market is an exchange between two constituents, who agree on a price without of need of an "arbitrary agent". This creates a natural supply and demand defined by their agreed price. The situation that occurs is that this model is affected by economic events such as weather, availability of resources, institutional policies and technology, which all can be either positive or negative. For the case in point, let's say that there is an arbitrary agent who decides to charge a fee for conducting an exchange for six individuals (this example could be substituted for any of the mentioned economic events uniquely affecting the price). Each of the three pairs would have a supplier and consumer. Let us also suppose that 2 out of the 3 pairs can afford to do business but one of them cannot due to this fee. This would thus create an inefficient market. On a global context, if we were to have this model to represent the sum of all markets, the 2 pairs that can afford to do business would be all functioning markets and the one that cannot would be the market failures influenced by the arbitrary agent which can be viewed as all ineffective economic policies. In a sense, a global economic crisis is the occurance of market inefficiencies due to economic events. I hope this answers your question.

What are the main functions of world trade organization?

to monitor the trades of the world to see if any one is doing something stupid. and also according to www.wto.org: (it would be best to know what their functions are straight from their own site). The WTO has as its main function the administration of a number of multilateral trade agreements, the objectives of which are to reduce existing trade barriers and to expand international trade and economic development, growing emphasis being placed on trade as an essential factor in the development of less-developed countries. Trade in goods, trade in services and trade related intellectual property and investment, trade and environment questions, trade in agricultural goods are some of the issues the Secretariat is dealing with. The WTO conducts examinations of members' trade policies, and economic research in support of its activities. It administers a dispute settlement mechanism for trade conflicts. .

What are the objectives of the World trade organization?

Following are the objective of the world trade organisation - . The foremost objective of WTO is to enforce new world trade regulation system. . To encourage world trade in such a way so that each country gets the benefit from it. . To remove all the hurdles/bottlenecks in the way of open world trade system. . To encourage competition among all the trade partners for the benefit of consumer. . With the idea to increase the level of employment in the whole world, to increase commensurately the productivity and the level of production. . To maximum explore and make the best utilisation of the resources of the world. .

Why has Canada joined some World Trade Organizations?

Most of these agreements have and share benefits which encourage free trade, there purpose is to increase trade between member countries, and increase trade in it's own country allowing Canada or any other nation to become more dependent on selling products to the United States.

What are the reason for global economic crisis?

The Subprime Mortgage Crisis is an ongoing economic problem that has become more apparent in 2008 and has resulted in reduced liquidity in the global credit market and also the banking & financial systems. This crisis has exposed the weakness in the global financial system and also the regulatory framework that is overlooking them. Some of the reasons for this crisis are: 1. The US Real estate market crash 2. High default rates on Subprime loans & 3. Subprime Mortgage backed securities A Subprime loan is a loan that is granted to a borrower who does not qualify for loans owing to a variety of risk factors like low income level, bad credit history etc.

What is a global organization?

Global means all over the world, so a global organization has branches all over the world. Examples would be credit card or insurance companies.

What are the Economic costs of global warming?

If anthropogenic global warming is allowed to proceed, some of the predicted economic costs include: . Loss of farm production . Widespread damage to property from intense storm damage and floods . Higher health costs . Higher insurance premiums . Entire populations being displaced in low-lying areas such as Bangladesh and some Pacific Island nations . Destruction or abandonment of coastal communities because of rising sea levels and storm surges. This could even include parts of London. Economic benefits are expected to include: . The North-West Passage, long no more than a dream, will be ice-free for several months of the year, allowing a shorter trip for shipping from the Pacific ports to Europe. The average global temperature has risen 1.1F (0.6 C) in the twentieth century. Scientists predict will rise 2.5 to 10.4F (1.4 to 5.8C) in the twenty-first century. This might lead to increased damage from hurricanes, floods, fires, and disease. Major changes will take places in many natural systems, as well as in the economic. One vulnerable industry is the insurance industry. Economic losses from worldwide catastrophic natural events, adjusted for inflation, rose from $3.5 billion in the 1950s to $40 billion in the 1990s, more than a tenfold increase. That's due not only to growing populations, but increasing development in vulnerable areas, and frequent storms.

What is the goal of the World Trade Organization?

The goal of the World Trade Organization is to acquire raw materials for first-world multinationals by impeding trade with third-world countries who do not submit to their demands for to adopt an open market.

Why countries must cooperate in order for world trade and global competition to thrive?

That way if one Country, say, China, has a surplus of a certain item, say, rice, and the US has less of that and more, um . . . titanium than China, if they hadn't and refused to cooperate, than people in the US might starve, and foundations in China would topple and kill millions of people. If they cooperate, than those things would not happen.

In economics what is meant by global markets?

Global Markets means exactly what the word implies the markets in general worldwide, for example when the gas prices were high, they were not just high in the us market but also mostly world wide in the global market. You can just google the word World Market and click on the links that lead you to a dictionary for further reference.

A webkinz trade guide?

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Last edited by FIA; 09-02-2009 at 02:13 PM.. Reason: update . Sponsored Links . 01-24-2008, 10:51 PM # 2 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . Re: The Official Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange Value Guide (WIGEV) . Important note regarding the exchange value of wShop Oak Pools: Most wShop items typically trade for around their wShop cost. Oak Pools, which are generally used as "currency" in trades, are an exception and are frequently valued as low as 1000 KC. The common use of wShop coupons to purchase Oak Pools for trading is a major factor in this lower value. ***************************************************************** 1-All Rare Items Click "show" to see pictures of the Rare Items Spoiler: show 1-All Rare Themes "Click" on the pictures to make them LARGER. Rares with NO Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 830x398. Ancient Civilization Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 816x394. Aztec Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 825x395. Egyptian Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x555. Medieval Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 830x564. Science Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 826x394. . The longer rare items are away from the Curio Shop, the more their exchange value increases. Keep in mind that when it comes to rare items, patience is the key. Eventually everything comes back around again. Next to each of the rare items below is it's Curio Shop sale price and the date that it was last seen in the Curio Shop. If the item has not yet been sold in the Curio Shop, a special temporary value is shown in bold print . Need help with the math? See the chart at the bottom of this post. starting value: worth 1 to 1.5 times their Curio Shop sale price 3 to 6 months after last appearance: worth 1.5 to 2 times their Curio Shop sale price 6 to 12 months after last appearance: worth 2 to 3 times their Curio Shop sale price 12+ months after last appearance: worth at least 3 times their Curio Shop sale price (Items that cost 10,000 or more are worth slightly less than 3x their value at 12 months.) Value is based on the last appearance in the Curio Shop, in any zone. Need help with the math? See the chart at the bottom of this post. Ancient Brazier (Ancient Civ.) 2600 * (last sold August/19/2009) Ancient Civilization Flooring (Ancient Civ.) 1500 * (last sold July/08/2009) Ancient Civilization Wallpaper (Ancient Civ.) 1100 * (last sold April/12/2009) Ancient Emperor Statue (Ancient Civ.) 9050 * (last sold July/04/2009) Ancient Ionic Column (Ancient Civ.) 6500 * (last sold August/15/2009) Ancient Pyramid Lamp (Egypt) 1150 * (last sold June/10/2009) Ancient Wading Pool (Ancient Civ.) 4500 * (last sold May/28/2009) Aztec Artisan's Toy Box (Aztec) 6500 * (last sold May/19/2009) Aztec Calendar (Aztec) 7200 * (last sold July/21/2009) Aztec Fire Pit (Aztec) 11500 * (August/23/2009) Azure Aztec Fridge (Aztec) 7935 * (last sold August/03/2009) Bed of The Pharaoh (Egypt) 12500 * (last sold July/15/2009) Bejeweled Coffee Table (Egypt) 3200 * (last sold August/16/2009) Caesar's Chair (Ancient Civ.) 4200 * (last sold July/18/2009) Centurion Candelabra (Ancient Civ.) 3900 * (last sold August/14/2009) Centurion Coffee Table (Ancient Civ.) 4000 * (last sold August/21/2009) Chiseled Stone Sofa (Aztec) 8435 * (February/20/2009) Clock of the Future (Science) 1850 * (last sold June/20/2009) Colossal Movie Screen 40,000* (last sold September/01/2009) Crown's Lineage Coat of Arms (Medieval) 1820 * (last sold September/02/2009) Delicate Swan Bed 1750 * (last sold February/20/2009) Domo Roboto Dresser (Science) 2895 * (last sold September/02/2009) Dream O Meter Bed (Science) 4800 * (last sold July/22/2009) Dresser of the Lost City (Aztec) 7290 * (last sold August/20/2009) Egyptian Television (Egypt) 8995 * (last February/15/2009) Egyptian Vanity Chair (Egypt) 2150 * (last sold August/19/2009) Egyptian Vase (Egypt) 6250 * (last sold August/02/2009) Egyptian Walls (Egypt) 700 * (last sold July/09/2009) Elegant Egyptian Vanity (Egypt) 5345 * (last sold August/05/2009) Emperor's Bed (Ancient Civ.) 11100 * (last sold August/25/2009) Emperor's Dining Throne (Ancient Civ.) 5500 * (last sold March/04/2009) Emperor's Settee (Ancient Civ.) 8300 * (last sold May/16/2009) Experiment Station 1 (Science) 1150 * (last sold August/22/2009) Experiment Station 2 (Science) 1150 * (last sold August/26/2009) Experiment Station 3 (Science) 1150 * (last sold August/07/2009) Experiment Station 4 (Science) 1250 * (last sold August/04/2009) Exquisite Egyptian Obelisk (Egypt) 4500 * (last sold January/08/2009) Fancy Fountain 2940 * (last sold August/30/2009) Formula Blackboard (Science) 2500 * (last sold August/31/2009) Geographic Globe (Science) 4000 * (last sold August/14/2009) Golden Hippo Fridge (Egypt) 8425 * (last sold June/18/2009) Golden Sun Stove (Aztec) 6700 * (last sold August/09/2009) Golf Cart 2000 * (last sold July/12/2009) Grand Egyptian Column (Egypt) 8000 * (last sold July/29/2009) Grand Empire Chest (Ancient Civ.) 5750 * (last sold September/02/2009) Greasy Grill 4400 * (last sold August/19/2009) Griffin Emblem Rug (Medieval) - (see note below, under value chart) Griffin House Tapestry (Medieval) - eStore Item, Cannot be Traded or sent via KinzPost. Hand-Carved Lion Statue 1200 * (last sold May/17/2009) Hot Air Balloon 1950 * (last sold August/04/2009) Humvee Toy SUV 5500 * (last sold September/02/2009) Imperial Dining Table (Ancient Civ.) 6250 * (last sold July/13/2009) Imperial Side Table (Ancient Civ.) 3400 * (last sold June/29/2009) Imperial Urn (Ancient Civ.) 3000 * (last sold May/03/2009) Incubation Chamber (Science) 3050 * (last sold April/25/2009) In-Home Bowling Alley 10000 * (last sold August/28/2009) Interstellar Telescope (Science) 1951 * (last sold July/24/2009) Jumpin' Jukebox 4500 * (last sold July/31/2009) King's Guard Suit Of Armor (Medieval) 1875 * (last sold August/01/2009) King's Royal Lamp (Medieval) 925 * (last sold June/03/2009) King's Throne (Medieval) 5875 * (last sold June/30/2009) Kinzvision Plasma TV 3995 * (last sold May/13/2009) Please be careful to not confuse the RARE Kinzvision Plasma TV with the W-Shop KinzVision HDTV . Knight Of The Round Armor (Medieval) 2300 * (last sold August/15/2009) Legionnaire Shield (Ancient Civ.) 2900 * (last sold July/27/2009) Legionnaire's Suit of Armor (Ancient Civ.) 7100 * (last sold July/28/2009) Luxury Hot Tub 10000 * (last sold August/30/2009) Machu Picchu Pedestal (Aztec) 2370 * (August/29/2009) Majestic Throne (Egypt) 10095 * (last sold August/29/2009) Manic Monitor (Science) 3425 * (last sold June/26/2009) Master Grill 4450 * (last sold July/14/2009) Medieval Bear Tapestry (Medieval) - (see note below, under value chart) Medieval Chest (Medieval) 2675 * (last sold June/25/2009) Medieval Coffee Table (Medieval) 1380 * (last sold July/25/2009) Medieval Curtains (Medieval) 1300 * (last sold July/26/2009) Medieval Dining Chair (Medieval) 995 * (last sold July/15/2009) Medieval Dresser (Medieval) 2995 * (last sold July/27/2009) Medieval Lion Tapestry (Medieval) 1568 * (last sold August/15/2009) Medieval Unicorn Tapestry (Medieval) (see note below, under price chart) Medieval Monarch Sofa (Medieval) 3915 * (last sold September/03/2009) Medieval Stone Column (Medieval) 3000 * (last sold July/12/2009) Mystic Eye Lamp (Aztec) 3100 * (August/17/2009) Opus Sofa (Science) 4250 * (last sold January/06/2009) Ornate Egyptian Side Table (Egypt) 3950 * (last sold August/28/2009) Precious Stone Side Table (Aztec) 3190 * (last sold August/12/2009) Queen's Throne (Medieval) 5500 * (last sold August/10/2009) Quetzalcoatl's Chamber Bed (Aztec) 16700 * (last sold July/28/2009) Ra's Golden Bureau (Egypt) 7480 * (last sold August/11/2009) Regal Banquet Dining Table (Medieval) 3600 * (last sold August/21/2009) Regal Flame Lamp (Medieval) 925 * (last sold August/19/2009) Roadster Go-Kart 1150 * (last sold June/23/2009) Robo-Handy Table (Science) 1600 * (last sold August/03/2009) Rock Garden 2300 * (last sold June/25/2009) Royal Banquet Chair (Egypt) 5500 * (last sold August/22/2009) Royal Banquet Table (Egypt) 7250 * (last sold July/11/2009) Royal Estate Bed (Medieval) 7750 * (last sold August/31/2009) Sacred Pyramid Flooring (Egypt) 700 * (last sold August/20/2009) Sacred Scribe Desk (Egypt) 3975 * (last sold June/23/2009) Samauri Armor Stand 2200 * (last sold January/18/2009) Sandstone Pedestal (Egypt) 1850 * (last sold August/10/2009) Snakes and Ladders Floor 950 * (last sold July/18/2009) Sofa of the Nile (Egypt) 9100 * (last sold August/11/2009) Stone Circle Flooring (Aztec) 1200 * (last sold September/01/2009) Stone Temple Walls (Aztec) 1200 * (last sold August/25/2009) Super-Secure Trap Door Toybox (Science) 1950 * (last sold January/31/2009) Theater Screen - see "Colossal Movie Screen" above Terra Cotta Chair (Aztec) 2900 * (last sold August/24/2009) Terra Cotta Coffee Table (Aztec) 4000 * (last sold February/27/2009) Theater Screen - see "Colossal Movie Screen" above Thoughtful Think Tank (Science) 2300 * (last sold August/11/2009) Tribal Totem (Aztec) 7600 * (last sold July/21/2009) Turquoise Dining Chair (Aztec) 3700 * (last sold September/01/2009) Turquoise Dining Table (Aztec) 9100 * (last sold September/03/2009) Ultimate Experiment Station (Science) 2875 * (last sold July/30/2009) Wild Safari Print Screen 1725 * (last sold August/27/2009) Ye Olde Moving Picture Box (Medieval) (see Trading Card section) * = Curio Shop sale price, NOT the Exchange Value. 40,000 starting value: 40,000 to 50,000 ******************************************* Medieval Unicorn Tapestry - Although this item goes with the Rare Medieval theme, it has never been sold in the Curio Shop. Ganz sent one to everyone who entered a December 2008 contest on the Webkinz Newz site. Ganz has said that the only way to get the Tapestry was through the contest, but a handful of members have reported getting them as Trading Card prizes. If the Tapestry becomes available again, the value will go down. The cash value of the Tapestry is 700 KC. starting value (December 2008 ): 2500 to 3000 3 to 6 months (March 2009): 5000 to 6000 6 to 9 months (June 2009): 7500 to 9000 9 to 12 months (September 2009): 14000 to 16000 12 to 18 months (December 2009): 20000 to 22000 18 to 24 months (June 2010): 30000 to 35000 24+ months (December 2010): 35000 to 40000+ ************************************************ Medieval Bear Tapestry - This item has also never been sold in the Curio Shop, but since it is part of the Medieval theme, it is listed here. If it is every offered for sale in the Curio Shop, the value will drop. The cash value of the Tapestry is 900 KC. Offered on the Super Wheel on June 28th, 2009. Starting Value (June): 6000 to 10000 3 to 6 months after last available (Sept): expected to be 10000 to 15000 6 to 9 months after last available (Dec): expected to be 15000 to 20000 9 to 12 month s after last available (Mar): expected to be 20000 to 25000 12 to 18 months after last available (Jun): expected to be 25000 to 30000 18 to 24 months after last available (Dec): expected to be 30000 to 35000 24+ months after last available (June): expected to be 35000 to 40000+ ************************************************ The Griffin Emblem Rug was last awarded for a contest on the Webkinz Newz site on July 18th, 2009 : Starting Value (July): 6000 to 10000 3 to 6 months after last available (Oct): 10000 to 15000 6 to 9 months after last available (Jan): 15000 to 20000 9 to 12 months after last available (Apr): 20000 to 25000 12 to 18 months after last available (July): 25000 to 30000 18 to 24 months after last available (Jan): 30000 to 35000 24+ months after last available (July): 35000 to 40000+ ************************************************ . Last edited by FIA; 08-31-2009 at 10:04 PM.. Reason: tracking updated . 01-24-2008, 10:51 PM # 3 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . Re: The Official Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange Value Guide (WIGEV) . 2-Curio Shop Only Items Click "show" to view pictures of the Curio Shop Only Items Spoiler: show 2-Curio Shop Only Items "Click" on the pictures to make them LARGER. Curio Shop Only Items with No Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x630. Cat Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x277. Dog Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x283. Farm Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x266. Medieval Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x133. Science Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x135. . With the exception of Rares, all items in the Curio Shop can be marked down as much as 40% and marked up as much as 20%. Curio Shop Only items, including Hockey, Country, and Cat themes, have a exchange value that lies somewhere in between their original price and the 20% marked up price. Since none of these items are away from the Curio Shop for more than a week or so at a time, they do NOT go up in value the way rare items do. Eventually everything comes back around again. Need help with the math? See the chart at the bottom of this post. * = original Curio Shop sale price, NOT the Exchange Value. Apple Chair 140 * Arte Fact Plush Toy 75 * Basketball Dreams Wallpaper 275 * Basketball Hardcourt Flooring 350 * Bee Antennae 40 * Bee Shoes 100 * Bee Stripe Pants 76 * Bee Tee 50 * Below Decks Wallpaper 200 * Bone Coffee Table 180 * Bone Couch 600 * Bone Lounge r 350 * Bone Side Table 75 * Captain's Quarters Flooring 390 * Cat Ottoman 250 * Cat Playground 200 * Cat Sofa 450 * Cat Street Post 80 * Cat Television 600 * Cat Tunnel 30 * Cat Window 450 * Chef's Hat 80 * Chef's Shirt 95 * Classic Gaming Room Flooring 295 * Classing Gaming Room Wallpaper 275 * Country Bed 350 * Country Cabinet 450 * Doghouse Bed 500 * Dog Gym 150 * Dog Lamp 50 * Dog Side Table 75 * Fishy Lamp 50 * Funky Chair 210 * Funky Neon 'Fro 362 * Funky Table 250 * Gift Box Shoes 150 * Gladiator Helmet 1200 * Hydrant 80 * Kids Cupboard Sink 200 * Lime Desk Chair 150 * Loader Lounger 950 * Medieval Flooring 900 * Medieval Side Table 825 * Medieval Trophy Pedestal 450 * Medieval Wallpaper 685 * Medieval Window 600 * Orange Table 140 * Pineapple Lamp 45 * Queen Marie's Periwig 793 * Rice Paper Divider 390 * Rocket Ship Bed 600* Rocket Ship Flooring 90 * Rocket Ship Wallpaper 100 * Rockin' Pompadour 816 * Royal Cat Bed 800 * Royal Cat Chair 110 * Royal Red Carpet 900 * Scientific Trophy Pedestal 450 * Screwy Lamp 685 * Silver Sofa 400 * Soccer Pitch (Field) Flooring 350 * Space Book Holder 225* Space Chair 145* Space Dining Chair 140* Space Jukebox 475* Space Sofa 800* Space Study Console 250* Space Coffee Table 300 * Space Dresser 550 * Space Flooring 60 * Space Light Projector 140 * Space Poster 40 * Space Side Table 110 * Space Toy Box 200 * Space Trophy Pedestal 200 * Space Viewing Screen 900 * Space Wallpaper 100 * Thinking Chair 1325 * Toy Purse 45 * Treasure Chest 200 * True Fan Soccer Wallpaper 285 * Tutti Frutti Headdress 480 * Viking Helmet 1066 * Wagon Wheel Sofa 250 * Wagon Wheel Table 250 * Wooden Chair 95 * Wooden Coffee Table 75 * Wooden Stool 65 * * = original Curio Shop sale price, NOT the Exchange Value. . Last edited by FIA; 09-03-2009 at 02:25 PM.. Reason: space theme info updated . 01-24-2008, 10:51 PM # 4 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . Re: The Official Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange Value Guide (WIGEV) . 3-Exclusive Items Click "show" to view pictures of all of the Exclusive Items. Spoiler: show 3-Exclusive Items "Click" on the pictures to make them LARGER. Retired Exclusives This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x558. Current Exclusives This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x560. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 822x563. POTM Exclusives This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x418. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x425. Super Beds This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x420. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 826x287. Signature Theme This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x283. . There are four types of "exclusive" items: regular Exclusive items, POTM Exclusive items, Super Beds, and Signature Exclusive items. ***************************************************************** Signature Exclusive items - Furniture from the exclusive "Signature Theme" is awarded randomly for Signature Pet adoptions. All Signature Exclusives have a value of approximately 10,000 to 12,000 each . This value could change (up or down) if the availability of the Signature Series Webkinz changes. Dignified Drape Window Dignified Dreams Bed Lavish Limo Signature Sofa Stately Dining Table Stately Dining Chair Regal Rug Stately Bookshelf Fashionable Fireplace Masterful Wardrobe ***************************************************************** Super Beds - All Super Beds have an exchange value of approximately 10,000 KC . Unopened Super Bed boxes have an exchange value of approximately 12,000 KC . *Unopened Bed Box Apple Pie Bed (introduced Jun/11/2008 ) Artist's Pallet (introduced Jun/11/2008 ) Bed of Roses (introduced Feb/21/2008 ) Big Top Circus Bed Bookworm Bed Butterfly Dreams Bed Daredevil Bed Fantasy Coach Bed Flower Power Bed King of the Castle Bed Lunar Moon Bed Monster Bed (introduced Feb/21/2008 ) Musical Maestro Bed (introduced June/10/2009) Night at the Movies Bed Railway Dreams Bed (introduced Jan/07/2009) Sleeping Dragon Bed Starburst Cloud Bed Stardust Dreams Bed Sugary Sweet Dreams Bed Theater Stage Bed (introduced Feb/18/2009) Treehouse Bed (introduced September/02/2009) ***************************************************************** POTM (Pet of the Month) Exclusive Items - POTM items exchange for 4000 to 8000 KC , depending on their popularity and/or how new they are. The POTM promotion started on October 1st, 2007. Balloon Blower (introduced May/2008 ) Blooming Dandelion (introduced March/04/2009) Carnival Strength Tester (introduced April/17/2008 ) Cloud Machine (introduced February/06/2008 ) Crystal Sea Glass Flooring (introduced December/02/2008 ) Crystalline Pond (introduced October/01/2007) Deep Diving Submarine (introduced October/30/2008 ) Dex Dangerous Telescope (introduced late November 2007) Dex's Lug Bot Look Out (introduced October/01/2007) Donut Plant Seeds (introduced October/01/2007) Flying Saucer (introduced late October 2007) Frosty Snow Making Machine (introduced October/01/2007) Kinzville Cuckoo Clock (introduced mid-November 2007) Lurking Lagoon (introduced October/01/2007) Magic Genie Lamp (introduced June/24/2009) Newton's Giant Cradle (introduced October/01/2007) Magic 9 Ball (introduced January/10/2008 ) Party Machine (introduced mid-November 2007) Playful Picture (introduced October/01/2007) Rocky Shores Lighthouse (introduced late November 2007) Steam Powered Moving Picture Machine (introduced late October 2007) Stellar Star Blaster (introduced October 1st 2007) Super Stunt Cycle (introduced October 1st 2007) ***************************************************************** Exclusives - Currently Available - Currently available Exclusive Items exchange for 2000 to 4000 KC , depending on their popularity. Animated and/or new items are usually worth more and plants and/or older items are worth less. All currently available exclusives have the exact same odds of being awarded at an adoption. None of them are any more "rare" than any of the others. If you decide to exchange for higher than the suggested value, just make sure you understand why you are paying more. If both members are happy with the exchange, that is what is important. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Exclusives - Officially Retired Retirement Announced: 6000 to 10000 3 to 6 months after last available: 10000 to 15000 6 to 9 months after last available: 15000 to 20000 9 to 12 months after last available: 20000 to 25000 12 to 18 months after last available: 25000 to 30000 18 to 24 months after last available: 30000 to 35000 24 to 30 months after last available: 35000 to 40000 30 to 36 months after last available: 40000 to Priceless For more on the value of "priceless" items, please click HERE. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Bonus Gift Box - cannot be traded or send via KinzPost All Exclusives (Current and Retired) 4-Wheel ATV (introduced June/30/2007) Ambulance (introduced February/21/2008 ) Amethyst Geode (introduced May 2006) Antique Fashion Mirror (introduced October/01/2008 ) Antique Lamp Post (introduced February/21/2008 ) Back Country Outhouse (introduced May/16/2008 ) Blue Dragster (retired May 2006) PRICELESS (See Section #21, eStore Replicas, for an important note.) Blue Wagon Racer (retired June/24/2009) Bumper Car (introduced March/18/2009) Circle of Friends Topiary Cuckoo Cat Clock Dancing Zingoz (introduced October/01/2008 ) Desert Window (introduced June/30/2007) Dex Dangerous Space Fighter (introduced May/16/2008 ) Disco Ball (introduced June/30/2007) Electric Blue Mauna Loa Lamp (introduced June/30/2007, retired May/16/2008 ) Elephant Fountain Fancy Tea Service (retired June/30/2007) Farm Tractor (introduced May/16/2008 ) Gas Pump (introduced June/24/2009) Gemstone Table Giant Feather Chair (introduced February/21/2008 ) Giant Gift Box (introduced March/18/2009) Giant Sandwich Table (introduced February/21/2008 ) Giant Venus Flytrap (retired February/21/2008 ) Gold Safe (retired March/18/2009) Grandfather Clock (Blue) (retired June/30/2007) Haunted Painting (introduced May/16/2008 ) Ice Cream Tree (retired May/16/2008 ) (eStore "replica" for this item has not affected the value) Jellybean Tree Jelly Lollipop Tree (retired February/21/2008 ) Large Pane Window (retired June/24/2009) Magic Carpet (introduced May 2006) Mauna Loa Lamp (Red) (introduced May 2005, retired May 2006) PRICELESS Moon Rover (introduced June/24/2009) Neon Plant (introduced May 2006, retired March/18/2009) Prismatic Chair Propeller Plane Rainbow Coffee Table (introduced June/30/2007) Rainbow Jelly Cactus (retired June/24/2009) Rainy Day Window (introduced June/30/2007) Ribbons and Bows Tree (introduced June/30/2007) Rockin' Robot Digital Clock Running Shoe Racer (introduced March/18/2009) School House Desk (introduced June/24/2009) Seaside Palace Sandcastle (introduced June/24/2009) So-Mod Moped Scooter (retired June/24/2009) Sparkle Plant Stone Elephant Statue (retired May 2006) PRICELESS (See Section #21, eStore Replicas, for an important note.) Stoplight Lamp (retired March/18/2009) Strike-a-Posing Plant Time Warp Clock (introduced June/24/2009) Toadstool Table (retired June/24/2009) Twister in a Pot (introduced June/30/2007) Undersea Porthole (retired Feb/21/2008, un-retired Dec/17/2008, re-retired Jan/07/2009) NOTE: For the purpose of figuring exchange value for the Undersea Porthole, use the "re-retirement" date of January/07/2009 as the official retirement date. Vibrant Green Mauna Loa Lamp (introduced May/16/2008, retired Sept/09/2008, see important note below) Violet Volcano Lamp (Purple) (introduced May 2006, retired June/30/2007) Vortex Storage Unit (introduced June/30/2007) Wading Pool (introduced October/01/2008 ) Webkinz Day Countdown (introduced March/18/2009) Webkinz Dragster (Red) Webkinz Theme Music Box (introduced February/21/2008 ) Webkinz Totem Pole (retired May/16/2008 ) Webkinz W Pond Webkinz Wishing Well Windmill (retired March/18/2009) Wooden Grandfather Clock (introduced June/30/2007) Yang Yin Blossom Zingoz Bubble Blower Green Lava Lamp: Because the Green Lava Lamp was available for such a short time, the values listed at the top of this section do NOT apply. In the case of the Green Lava Lamp ONLY, please use the "introduction date", in place of the "retirement date". In other words, for the purpose of figuring value, pretend that the lamp was retired on May/16/2008. . Last edited by FIA; 09-02-2009 at 02:21 PM.. Reason: treehouse superbed added . 01-24-2008, 10:51 PM # 5 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . Re: The Official Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange Value Guide (WIGEV) . 4-Magical Forest Items Click "show" to view pictures of the Magical Forest Items Spoiler: show 4-Magical Forest "Click" on the pictures to make them LARGER. Fairy Falls This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x415. Star Challenge This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 826x283. Woodland Wonders This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 824x563. Zumwhere This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x422. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x565. Magic Mire This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x424. Caring Valley pics are in the Webkinz Foundation section on the next page.. Fairy Falls Fairy Falls items are unique because, with the exception of the candy and the shirts, each prize can only be earned once per account. Because of this, these items maintain a very high value. It has been confirmed that once you find all 40 forest charms, you are free to continue searching in the forest for candy and t-shirts, but you will NOT be able to unlock the large prizes again. Fairy Falls Charm Candy - Maybe worth 15 KC. Usually given away for free. Magic Charm Forest Bad Fairy T-Shirt - These have a exchange value of about 50 KC. Magic Charm Forest Good Fairy T-Shirt - These have a exchange value of about 50 KC. Charm Forest Dining Chair - 8000 to 10000 each Charm Forest Wallpaper - 10000 to 12000 Charm Forest Floor - 10000 to 12000 Charm Forest Dining Table - 15000 to 17000 Fairy Topiary - 15000 to 17000 Fairy Falls Fountain - 10000 to 12000 Fairy Falls Forest Tiara - 20000 to 22000 Grand Charmling Tree - 30,000 to 35,000 Charm Tree Box - no exchange value, can't be sent via KinzPost Charm Armoire - no exchange value, can't be sent via KinzPost Charm Credenza - no exchange value, can't be sent via KinzPost ******************************* Star Challenge Clothing 100 to 200 each Solar Belt Solar Shoes Solar Slacks Solar Jacket Solar Helmet Food (Fairy Biscuits) 15 each Alyssa Cookie Meteor Cookie Moon Cookie Star Cookie Sky Cookie Grand Prize 10,000 to 12,000 Fairy High Council Throne ******************************* Woodland Wonders Important Note: If the item can also be purchased in the wShop, use the wShop cost as it's exchange value. Dark Glasses, Chocolate Cake, Strawberry Seeds, etc., are all worth less than 100KC. Common Prizes - 4000 to 6000 Charmed Mushroom Hat Magical Forest Pants Uncommon Prizes - 6000 to 8000 Wand Sparkle Tree Charmed Boots Rare Prizes - 8000 to 10000 Ancient Bronze Fairy Shield Charmed Dress Male Fairy Plush Woodland Tiara ******************************* Key Prizes (keys found in Woodland Wonders and Magic Mire) Silver Key Prizes - 15,000 to 20000 Magical Forest Top Hat Magical Forest Crystal Pixie Pod Balloons (or a Gold Key to add to your Gold Key collection) Gold Key Prizes - 20,000 to 25,000 Magical Forest Key Plaque Woodland Wonders Collection Box Gold Leaf Dining Chair (or an Emerald Key to add to your Emerald Key collection) Emerald Key Prize - 25,000 to 30,000 Emerald Eye Pyramid Gold Leaf Armorie Gold Leaf Dining Table ******************************* Zumwhere Zum Field Guide - wShop item, sells for 1000 KC 250 KC Zum Food - 25 to 50 Chocolate Zum Gummy Zum Zum Cupcake Zum Soda Zum Sour Candy Zum Toffee Small Zum Prizes Zum Plush 6000 to 8000 Zumwhere T-Shirt 6000 to 8000 Zum Welcome Mat 6000 to 8000 Field Hat 6000 to 8000 Field Jacket 6000 to 8000 Table Top Candles 8000 to 10000 Zum Garden Ornament 8000 to 10000 Zum Poster 8000 to 10000 Magical Forest Wall Map 8000 to 10000 Zumwhere Globe 8000 to 10000 Zum Watching Case 10000 to 15000 Field Chair 10000 to 15000 Ancient Clay Pot 10000 to 15000 Zum Cloud Car 10000 to 15000 Zum Statue 10000 to 15000 Field Sketch 15000 to 20000 Cloudy Couch 15000 to 20000 Zum Fountain 15000 to 20000 Ponder Pond 15000 to 20000 Zum Dreaming Tree 15000 to 20000 Big Zum Prizes - Cannot be Traded or sent via KinzPost Zum Crossing Sign (Lazy Zums Box) Field Guide Pedestal (Zippy Zums) Zum Sanctuary Ancient Zum Field Guide (Bratty Zums) Zum Topiary Zum Costume (Hat, Body, Feet) Giggly Zums Box Zum Trophy (Peeking Zums Box) ******************************* Magic Mire Alyssa Plush - 50 to 100 KC Nafari Plush - 50 to 100 KC Charm Fairy Top - 50 to 100 KC Charm Fairy Skirt - 50 to 100 KC Bramble Circlet - 50 to 100 KC Charm Fairy Leggings - 50 to 100 KC Charm Fairy Shoes - 50 to 100 KC Magic Mire Charm Candy - 15 to 25 KC Swirling Leaf Tiara - 20000 to 25000 Charm Forest Flowers - 10000 to 15000 Charm Forest Mirror - 10000 to 15000 Charm Forest Rune Stone - 15000 to 17000 Charm Forest Sofa - 15000 to 17000 Charm Forest Coffee Table - 15000 to 17000 Charm Forest Window - 10000 to 12000 Magic Mire Marsh - 30000 to 35000 ******************************* . Last edited by FIA; 07-31-2009 at 03:26 PM.. Reason: key prizes separated from woodland wonders . 01-24-2008, 10:51 PM # 6 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . Re: The Official Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange Value Guide (WIGEV) . 5-Christmas/Hanukkah Items Click "show" to view pictures of the Christmas/Hanukkah Items. Spoiler: show 5-Christmas/Hanukkah Items "Click" on the pictures to make them LARGER. Seasonal wShop Items, last sold December 2005 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 831x140. Seasonal wShop Items, last sold December 2006 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x148. Seasonal wShop Items, last sold December 2007 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 830x142. Seasonal wShop Items last sold December 2008 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x421. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x422. Seasonal Christmas Accessory Items, December 2008 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 826x280. . See category #7 below for Gift Bag information. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Last Available in the wShop Winter 2005 Elf Hat PRICELESS (NOTE: This is NOT the same as the "Elf Outfit Hat" from 2008.) Elf Shoes PRICELESS (NOTE: The "Elf Jacket" is a 2008 KinzStyle Item.) Nutcracker PRICELESS Silver Christmas Tree PRICELESS --------------------------------------------------------------------- Last Available in the wShop Winter 2006 Bright Light Modern Tree PRICELESS Snowcat Snowglobe PRICELESS Red & Green Gem Christmas Tree PRICELESS Silver Menorah PRICELESS (NOTE: This is NOT the same thing as the "Shining Silver Menorah".) --------------------------------------------------------------------- Last Available in the wShop Winter 2007 When trading for a previously available seasonal item, there is always the risk that the item might return with the next season, causing the value to drop considerably. How high or low you personally value an item is going to depend on how much you want to take that risk. The values below are intended to be a rough guide. NOTE: The future values listed are an estimate . They may need to be revised up or down depending on actual item availability in the Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange. If they don't return at one year (Dec): 8000 to 10000 NOTE: The 10KC Candy Cane is an exception to the rule. See value below. 15 to 18 months after the Holiday (Mar): expected to be 10000 to 15000 18 to 21 months after the Holiday (Jun): expected to be 15000 to 20000 21 to 24 months after the Holiday (Sept): expected to be 20000 to 30000 24+ months after the Holiday (Dec): expected to be 30000 to 40000 Green Kinz Kringle Outfit (Hat, Jacket, Pants) Magic W Snowglobe Sparkling Christmas Tree For the Candy Cane ONLY! If they don't return at one year (Dec): 250 to 500 15 to 18 months after the Holiday (Mar): expected to be 500 to 1000 18 to 21 months after the Holiday (Jun): expected to be 1000 to 1500 21 to 23 months after the Holiday (Sept): expected to be 1500 to 2500 24+ months after the Holiday (Dec): expected to be 2500 to 5000 --------------------------------------------------------------------- Last Available in the wShop Winter 2008 When trading for a previously available seasonal item, there is always the risk that the item might return with the next season, causing the value to drop considerably. How high or low you personally value an item is going to depend on how much you want to take that risk. The values below are intended to be a rough guide. NOTE: The future values listed are an estimate . They may need to be revised up or down depending on actual item availability in the Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange. When items leave the shop (Dec): still worth roughly their W-Shop value for a couple of months 3 to 6 months after the Holiday (March): worth roughly two times their W-Shop value 6 to 9 months after the Holiday (June): worth roughly four times their W-Shop value 9 to 12 months after the Holiday (Sept): worth roughly six times their W-Shop value If they don't return at one year (Dec): expected to be roughly 8000 to 10000 Cheery Chimney Fireplace 1900 * Christmas Treats Coffee Table 300 * Classic Christmas Tree 275 * Colorful Menorah 125 * First Snow Christmas Tree 300 * Glittering Gem Tree 175 * Golden Menorah 300 * Grand Christmas Tree 1000 * Holiday House Coat 115 * Holiday Night Dress 100 * Holiday Warmth Candle Lamp 110 * Jolly Holiday Dining Table 1050 * Merry Magic Sleigh Bed 1400 * North Pole Lampost 315 * Santakinz' Christmas Chair 875 * Santakinz' Dining Chair 185 * Santakinz' Side Table 195 * Santakinz' Sofa 750 * Santakinz' Workshop Dresser 850 * Santakinz' Workshop Flooring 225 * Santakinz' Workshop Wall Lantern 135 * Santakinz' Workshop Walls 300 * Santakinz' Workshop Wide Window 600 * Santakinz' Workshop (not wide) Window 375 * Shining Silver Menorah 250 * Small Red Christmas Tree 150 * Steps to Santakinz Room Divider 175 * --------------------------------------------------------------------- Other Christmas Accessories last Available Winter 2008 KinzStyle Elf Outfit (Elf Outfit Hat + Elf Jacket) NOTE: This is NOT the same as the 2005 Elf Outfit. KinzStyle Red Santa Suit (Santa Hat + Santa Jacket + Big Black Belt + Santa Pants) NOTE: This is NOT the same as the Green Kinz Kringle Outfit from 2007.) Magical Holiday Wardrobe (comes with the Christmas Carrier) NOTE: This seasonal wardrobe is valued differently from all other wardrobes. NOTE: The future values listed are an estimate . They may need to be revised up or down depending on actual item availability in the Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange. In the case of outfits with multiple parts, please divide the total outfit value by the number of parts to the outfit. Hats will always be worth slightly more than the rest of the outfit parts. NOTE: The red Santa Suit is expected to return for Christmas 2009. There is no word yet on whether or not the Christmas Carrier or Elf Outfit will be returning. During the Season (Dec): 6000 to 10000 3 to 6 months after last available (Mar): expected to be 10000 to 15000 6 to 9 months after last available (Jun): expected to be 15000 to 20000 9 to 12 months after last available (Sept): expected to be 20000 to 25000 12 to 18 months after last available (Dec): expected to be 25000 to 30000 18 to 24 months after last available (Jun): expected to be 30000 to 35000 24+ months after last available (Dec): expected to be 35000 to 40000+ --------------------------------------------------------------------- . Last edited by FIA; 05-08-2009 at 12:30 AM.. Reason: outfit note, . 01-24-2008, 10:51 PM # 7 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . 6-Trading Cards Click "show" to view pictures of the Trading Card Items. Spoiler: show 6 - Trading Card Prizes "Click" on the pictures to make them LARGER. Series 1 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x556. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x282. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x563. Series 2 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 830x559. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 830x563. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 827x561. Series 3 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x560. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x565. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x426. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x285. Series 4 This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x562. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x286. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x560. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 826x557. . TC Series One Classic Gaming Theme Backgammon Galore Chair - 6000 to 8000 Card Suit Coffee Table - 5000 to 6000 Chair of Clubs - 2500 to 4000 Chair of Diamonds - 2500 to 4000 Chair of Hearts - 2500 to 4000 Chair of Spades - 2500 to 4000 Checkered Past Toy Box - 4000 to 5000 Checkmate TV - 9000 to 11000 Chinese Checkers Side Table - 2000 to 3000 Crown Me Trophy Pedestal - 2000 to 3000 Crowned Rook Dresser - 6000 to 8000 Cut the Cards Counter - 6000 to 8000 Game Board Wall Clock - 2000 to 3000 Game Piece Poster Bed - 11000 to 13000 Game Piece Sofa - 5000 to 7000 Game Time Canopy Lamp - 2000 to 3000 Games Under Glass Dining Table - 5000 to 7000 Misc. Prizes DiceKinz Zingoz Pack - no exchange value, can't be sent via KinzPost Series 1 Trading Cards Pedestal 4000 to 6000 NOTE: The Pedestal is a prize from entering a Trading Card Album (old version) code. Ultra-modern TV - 8000 to 10000 Virtual Trading Card Pack - 1500 to 2000 Big Prizes (from collecting virtual trading cards) Gold Card Collector Trophy 30000 to 32000 Master Card Collector Statue 40000 to 45000 Sketched Kinzville Window 40000 to 45000 Ultimate Challenge Sports Car 30000 to 32000 Ye Olde Moving Picture Box 36000 to 38000 Posters Dragster TCG Poster - 500 to 1000 Pool TCG Poster - 500 to 1000 Quizzy TCG Poster - 500 to 1000 Wishing Well TCG Poster - 500 to 1000 Zangoz TCG Poster - 500 to 1000 Trading Card Theme Trading Card Bed - 9000 to 11000 Trading Card Chair - 4000 to 7000 Trading Card Clock - 2500 to 3000 Trading Card Desk - 4000 to 7000 Trading Card Dining Table - 2500 to 4000 Trading Card Dresser - 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Fridge - 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Side Table - 2500 to 5000 Trading Card Sofa - 5000 to 8000 Clothing Trading Card Game Hat - 2000 to 3000 Trading Card Game Jacket - 2000 to 2500 Trading Card Game Pants - 2000 to 2500 Trading Card Game Shoes - 2000 to 2500 NOTE: The Classic Game Room Wallpaper and Flooring are Curio Shop Only items. ****************************************************************** TC Series Two Big Prizes (from collecting virtual trading cards) At Paw Level Display Screen 40000 to 45000 Collector's Paradise Waterfall 40000 to 45000 Series 2 Collector trophy 30000 to 32000 Space Shuttle Explorer 30000 to 32000 W-Tales Sofa 36000 to 38000 Gamers Garden Theme Deck of Stone Bench 5000 to 7000 Deck of Stone Dining Table 5000 to 7000 Divine Dresser 6000 to 8000 Gamers Garden Glass Side Table 2000 to 3000 Playing Deck Chair 2500 to 4000 Shrubbery Sleeper Bed 11000 to 13000 Topiary of Clubs 4000 to 6000 Topiary of Diamonds 4000 to 6000 Topiary of Hearts 4000 to 6000 Topiary of Spades 4000 to 6000 Two Suits Deck Chair 2500 to 4000 Posters Go-Go Googles Poster 1000 to 1500 Husky Poster 1000 to 1500 Let Me Help You Poster 1000 to 1500 Love Puppy Poster 1000 to 1500 Lunar Lugbotz Poster 1000 to 1500 Nafaria Poster 1000 to 1500 Quizzy Poster 1000 to 1500 Supermodelz Poster 1000 to 1500 Misc. Prizes Perfectly Purple Arm Chair 5000 to 8000 Series 2 Trading Cards Pedestal 4000 to 6000 NOTE: The Pedestal is a prize from entering a Trading Card Album (old version) code. Trading Card 2.0 Virtual Trading Cards 2000 to 2500 Ultra-modern TV 8000 to 10000 Trading Card Theme Trading Card 2.0 Bed 9000 to 11000 Trading Card 2.0 Chair 4000 to 6000 Trading Card 2.0 Coffee Table 5000 to 7000 Trading Card 2.0 Counter 6000 to 8000 Trading Card 2.0 Dining Chair 2500 to 4000 Trading Card 2.0 Dining Table 2500 to 4000 Trading Card 2.0 Dresser 5000 to 8000 Trading Card 2.0 Flooring 6000 to 8000 Trading Card 2.0 Fridge 5000 to 8000 Trading Card 2.0 Lamp 20 00 to 3000 Trading Card 2.0 Side Table 2500 to 5000 Trading Card 2.0 Sink 5000 to 8000 Trading Card 2.0 Sofa 5000 to 8000 Trading Card 2.0 Oven 5000 to 8000 Trading Card 2.0 Toy box 4000 to 5000 Trading Card 2.0 TV 9000 to 11000 Trading Card 2.0 Wallpaper 6000 to 8000 Clothing Wizard Glasses 2500 to 3500 Wizard Hat 2500 to 3500 Wizard Robe 2500 to 3000 Wizard Shoes 2500 t0 3000 ****************************************************************** TC Series Three Grand Prize Magical Retriever * PSI PRICELESS * PSF 25 to 50 Trading Card Condo Theme Trading Card Condo Lounger 4000 to 6000 Trading Card Condo Sofa 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo Coffee Table 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo Lamp 2000 to 3000 Trading Card Condo Counter 6000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo Dining Chair 3000 to 4000 Trading Card Condo Dining Table 3000 to 4000 Trading Card Condo Fridge 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo Stove 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo Dresser 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo Bed 8000 to 11000 Trading Card Condo Pedestal 4000 to 6000 Trading Card Condo Toy Box 4000 to 6000 Trading Card Condo Side Table 4000 to 6000 Trading Card Condo Wallpaper 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo Flooring 5000 to 8000 Trading Card Condo TV 8000 to 11000 Misc. Prizes Series 3 Trading Cards Pedestal 5000 to 8000 NOTE: The Pedestal is a prize from entering a Trading Card Album (new version) code. Clothing Card Collector Beret 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Button Coat 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Capri Pants 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Cropped Jacket 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Coat 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Classic Capri 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Flip Flops 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Bunched Pants 2000 to 3000 Posters Charm Forest Poster 1000 to 1500 Cheeky Monkey Poster 1000 to 1500 Chicken Poster 1000 to 1500 Chortletorte Poster 1000 to 1500 Crocodile Poster 1000 to 1500 Fred Rover Poster 1000 to 1500 Goldfish Poster 1000 to 1500 Monkey and Monkey Poster 1000 to 1500 Ms. Birdy Poster 1000 to 1500 Puppy Patrol Car Poster 1000 to 1500 Whimsy Dragon Poster 1000 to 1500 Witches Bathtub Poster 1000 to 1500 Webkinz Character Theme Amanda Panda Chest 5000 to 8000 Amanda Panda's Spicy Chocolate Cake 1500 to 2000 NOTE: The Cake is a "food" that can be fed to your pet. Arte's Azure Zingoz Photo 2000 to 4000 Arte's Clock 4000 to 6000 Chef Gazpacho Stove 5000 to 8000 Chef Gazpacho's Place Setting 2000 to 3000 Dr. Quack Bed 8000 to 11000 Dr. Quack Side Table Lamp 2000 to 3000 Fred Rover Coffee Table 3000 to 5000 Fred Rover Sofa 4000 to 6000 Monkey & Monkey Banana Tree 3000 to 5000 Monkey & Monkey Banana TV 5000 to 8000 Monkey and Monkey Balloons 2000 to 3000 Ms. Birdy Home Sweet Home Cross Stitch 2000 to 3000 Ms. Birdy's Tchotcke Shelf 3000 to 5000 Ms. Cowoline Reading Chair 5000 to 8000 Plumpy Plush Doll 3000 to 5000 Plumpy's Chair 3000 to 5000 Plumpy's Writing Desk 5000 to 8000 Quizzy Dining Chair 4000 to 6000 Quizzy Dining Table 5000 to 8000 ****************************************************************** TC Series Four Grand Prize Mystical Panda * PSI PRICELESS * PSF 25 to 50 Trading Card Theme Card Collector Bed 8000 to 11000 Card Collector Coffee Table 5000 to 8000 Card Collector Counter 6000 to 8000 Card Collector Dining Chair 3000 to 4000 Card Collector Dining Table 3000 to 4000 Card Collector Dresser 5000 to 8000 Card Collector Flooring 6000 to 9000 Card Collector Fridge 5000 to 8000 Card Collector HDTV 8000 to 11000 Card Collector Lounging Chair 4000 to 6000 Card Collector Pedestal 4000 to 6000 Card Collector Side Table 4000 to 6000 Card Collector Sofa 5000 to 8000 Card Collector Standing Lamp 2000 to 3000 Card Collector Stove 5000 to 8000 Card Collector Toy Box 4000 to 6000 Card Collector Wallpaper 5000 to 8000 Character Clothing Amanda Panda's Dress 2000 to 3000 Dex Dangerous Suit Bottom 2000 to 3000 Dex Dangerous Suit Top 2000 to 3000 Dex Dangerous Visor 2000 to 3000 Dr. Quack's Lab Coat 2000 to 3000 Fluffington's Vest 2000 to 3000 Fred Rover Blazer 2000 to 3000 Jerry's Blazer 2000 to 3000 Kimmy's Overalls 2000 to 3000 Ms. Birdy's Pink Blazer 2000 to 3000 Ms. Cowoline's Blazer 2000 to 3000 Ms. Cowoline's Skirt 2000 to 3000 Nafaria's Purple Slippers 2000 to 3000 Poncho's Shawl 2000 to 3000 Poncho's Sombrero 2000 to 3000 Sheldon's Surfer Hat 2000 to 3000 Sheldon's Surfer Shirt 2000 to 3000 Tabby Von Meow Headset 2000 to 3000 Character Furniture Crafty Kimmy's Club Sign 2000 to 3000 Crafty Kimmy's Work Station 5000 to 8000 Dex Dangerous' Landing Pad 2000 to 3000 Dex Dangerous Master Control 5000 to 8000 Dex Dangerous Model Space Fighter 4000 to 6000 Dogbeard's Navigation Globe 3000 to 5000 Dogbeard's Treasure Chest 5000 to 8000 Dr. Quack's Eye Chart 2000 to 3000 Fluffington's Antique Armchair 5000 to 8000 Fluffington's Marble Bust 3000 to 5000 Nafaria's Potted Vine 3000 to 5000 Nafaria's Stained Glass Window 5000 to 8000 Persephone Designer Manikinz 3000 to 5000 Persephone Plush Doll 4000 to 6000 (also a Wheel of Deluxe prize) Sheldon's Surfboard 3000 to 5000 Tabby Von Meow Hot Cup of Coco 4000 to 6000 (NOTE: The Coco is an "object" not a "food".) Posters Chimpanzee Poster 1000 to 1500 Crafty Kimmy Poster 1000 to 1500 Eagle Poster 1000 to 1500 Little Lamb Bed Poster 1000 to 1500 Orca Whale Poster 1000 to 1500 Party at the Coral Cove Poster 1000 to 1500 Smoothie Moves Poster 1000 to 1500 Sweetheart Tart Poster 1000 to 1500 Treasures of the Crystal Sea Poster 1000 to 1500 ****************************************************************** . Last edited by FIA; Yesterday at 05:49 PM.. Reason: persephone plush doll note . 01-24-2008, 10:52 PM # 8 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . Re: The Official Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange Value Guide (WIGEV) . 7-Holiday Gift Bags (and their prizes) The items in Holiday Gift Bags can be split into two categories: Food & Other. Unless otherwise noted, these items are valued as follows: The 12 and 24 month values are only if the items do NOT return with the Holiday. starting value : Food 1000 to 1500 * Other 2000 to 4000 3 to 6 months : Food 1500 to 2500 * Other 4000 to 5000 6 to 9 months : Food 2500 to 5000 * Other 5000 to 10000 9 to 12 months : Food 5000 to 10000 * Other 10000 to 15000 12 to 18 months : Food 10000 to 15000 * Other 15000 to 20000 18 to 24 months : Food 15000 to 20000 * Other 20000 to 30000 24 to 30 months : Food 20000 to 30000 * Other 30000 to 40000 NOTE: Some items from 2006 may already be considered "priceless". See notes below. 30 to 36 months : Food 30000 to 40000 * Other 40000 to 50000 36+ months : Food 40000 to 50000 * Other over 50000 The intent is that there is a gradual increase in value over time between each of the values listed above. Values should go up slowly rather than "jump". Keep in mind that it is possible for gift bag items, or even entire gift bags, to be repeated from one year to the next. In the case of repeated items, go by the last date that they were available. This also means that it is possible for a highly valued item to drop suddenly to just a few thousand KC. So, in the weeks before a Holiday's return, anyone trading for Holiday Gift items does so at their own risk. ************************************************************* First Year ************************************************************* For more on the value of "priceless" items, please click HERE. Halloween 2005 (October 31st) "Halloween Grab Bag" Halloween Hat PRICELESS Christmas 2005 (December 25th) "A Christmas Gift" Holiday Tubby Tummies Bear PRICELESS Easter 2006 (April 16th) "Spring Gift" Bunny Ears (white) PRICELESS Chocolate Eggs (See "Spring Fest" in "Click to Win" section for item value.) Webkinz Day 2006 (April 29th) "Webkinz Day Gift" Year One Cake PRICELESS Year One Trophy PRICELESS Year One Print PRICELESS ************************************************************* Second Year ************************************************************* Halloween 2006 (October 31st) "Zangoz Halloween Basket" Pumpkin Pop (seasonal W-Shop item, October 2008) Phantom Pop PRICELESS Licorice Bats (seasonal W-Shop item, October 2008) Jack-o-Lantern Hat (other) PRICELESS Tooth Extractor : Recipe made using a Phantom Pop, a Pumpkin Pop, and Licorice Bats. PRICELESS Please do not confuse this with the "Super Mega Tooth Buster", a W-Shop food that sells for 10 KC. Thanksgiving 2006 (November 23rd) "Thanksgiving Surprise" same as 2007 Pumpkin Pie (same as 2008) Thanksgiving Dinner (same as 2007) Pilgrim Hat (same as 2007) Christmas 2006 (December 25th) "Christmas Gift" Holiday Fruitcake (food) PRICELESS SantaKinz's Reindeer Antlers (other) PRICELESS Winter Fun Zingoz (other) PRICELESS Candy Cane (seasonal W-Shop Item, December 2007) Valentine's Day 2007 (February 14th) "Valentine's Day Gift" Valentine's Bouquet (other) Cinnamon Hearts (seasonal W-Shop Item, February 2008) Fancy Chocolate Heart (food) Easter 2007 (April 8th) "Spring Gift" Marshmallow Bunnies (food) Chocolate Eggs (See "Spring Fest" in "Click to Win" section for item value.) Fuzzy Pink Bunny Ears (other) Webkinz Day 2007 (April 29th) "Webkinz Day Gift 2007" Year Two Cake (food) Year Two Trophy (other) Year Two Print (other) ************************************************************* Third Year ************************************************************* Halloween 2007 (October 31st) "Hall'ween Treat Bag" Frankenkinz Hat (other) Gummy Spiders (food) Pumpkin Pop (seasonal W-Shop item, October 2008) Super Mega Tooth Buster (current W-Shop Item) 10KC Thanksgiving 2007 (November 22nd) "Thanksgiving Surprise" Pumpkin Pie (same as 2008) Thanksgiving Dinner (food) Pilgrim Hat (other) Christmas 2007 (December 25th) "Christmas 2007 Giftbox" Christmas Tree Hat (other) Wacky Zingoz Snowglobe (other) Gingerbread Monkey (food) Valentine's Day 2008 (February 14th) "Valentine's Day Giftbox" Sweetheart Chocolates (food) Heart's Desire Roses (other) Cinnamon Hearts (seasonal W-Shop Item, February 2008) Easter 2008 (March 23rd) "Spring Celebration 2008 Gift" Chocolate Eggs (See "Spring Fest" in "Click to Win" section for item value.) Tulip Planter (current W-Shop Item) 80KC Spring Celebration Shoes (other) Webkinz Day 2008 (April 29th) "Webkinz Day Gift 2008" Webkinz Day Cake 2008 (food) Webkinz Day 2008 Group Picture (other) Webkinz Day 2008 Trophy (other) Wish Token (no exchange value, cannot be sent via KinzPost) ************************************************************* Fourth Year ************************************************************* Summer Sensation (June 28th) (no box) Summer Sensation Place Setting (other) Halloween 2008 (October 31st) "Halloween Treat Bag" Pumpkin Pop (seasonal W-Shop item, October 2008) Fearsome Fang Gummies (food) Mummy Wrap (other) Thanksgiving 2008 (November 27th) "Thanksgiving Basket" Thanksgiving Platter (other) Bowl of Cranberries (food) Pumpkin Pie (food) Christmas 2008 (December 25th) "Holiday Gift Box" Holiday-Sno Cone (food) Holiday Arte Plush (other) Holiday Bomber Jacket (other) Wish Token (no exchange value, cannot be sent via KinzPost) Valentine's Day 2009 (February 14th) Valentine's Day 2009 Gift Box Tart Heart Candies (food) Cinnamon Hearts (seasonal wShop item, February 2008 ) Valentine's Tubby Tummies Bear (other) Easter 2009 (April 12th) Spring Celebration Gift Box Chocolate Eggs (See "Spring Fest" in "Click to Win" section for item value.) Chocolate Egg Area Rug Springtime Jelly Beans Webkinz Day 2009 (April 29th) Webkinz Day Year Four Giftbox Webkinz Day Year Four Group Print Webkinz Day Year Four Cake Webkinz Day Year Four Trophy Wish Token ************************************************************* Fifth Year ************************************************************* Summer Sensation (June 28th) Summer Fun Picnic Basket ************************************************************* Seasonal wShop Food Sometimes "seasonal" wShop food items don't come back with the return of the season. If they don't return at one year: 250 to 500 15 to 18 months after the Holiday: expected to be 500 to 1000 18 to 21 months after the Holiday: expected to be 1000 to 1500 21 to 24 months after the Holiday: expected to be 1500 to 2500 24+ months after the Holiday: expected to be 2500 to 5000 . Last edited by FIA; 06-05-2009 at 11:37 PM.. Reason: update . 01-24-2008, 10:52 PM # 9 FIA FluffyInAlabama . Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 11,397 Giftz: ( 118 ) 100% . Re: The Official Webkinz Insider Gift Exchange Value Guide (WIGEV) . 8-Click-to-Win Prizes Click "show" to view pictures of the Click to Win Items Spoiler: show 8- Click-to-Win Items "Click" on the pictures to make them LARGER. Click to Win This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 829x560. Fall Fest This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x421. Winterfest This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 828x559. . Past Adz ************************************************************* Mr. Moo's Candy Bar Advertisements last available in 2005 Mr. Moo's Candy Bar - PRICELESS For more on the value of "priceless" items, please click HERE. ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Wacky Zingoz Jeans Advertisements last available in 2006 WZ Jeans - PRICELESS ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Bee Movie Advertisements The purpose of these advertisements was to promote the Bee Movie that was released in theaters on November 2nd, 2007. Clicking on these ads either gave you a larger ad for the movie, Honey from the W-Shop, or a Bee Costume. These Bee Movie ads were last seen in Webkinz World in early-November 2007 . A few weeks later the Bee Costumes started showing up in the Curio Shop as Curio Shop Only Items. Please see the Curio Shop Only section for the Bee Costume exchange values. ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Alvin & the Chipmunks Movie Advertisements The purpose of these advertisements was to promote the Alvin & the Chipmunks movie that was released in theaters on December 14th, 2007. Clicking on these ads either gave you a larger ad for the movie, Waffles from the W-Shop, or one of three different Chipmunk Costumes. These Chipmunk ads were last seen in Webkinz World in mid-December 2007 . We have no way of knowing if these costumes are gone forever or if they will return as Curio Shop Only items like the Bee Costumes did. Alvin Costume : Red Full-Length Hoodie + Cool Chipmunk Mask + Toy Electric Guitar Simon Costume : Blue Full-Length Hoodie + Chipmunk Mask (Glasses) Theodore Costume : Green Full-Length Hoodie + Cool Chipmunk Mask This is for a complete costume . For a mask, shirt, or guitar by itself, divide by two. During the event: 250 to 500 End of event (December): 500 to 1000 3 to 6 months after last available (March): 1000 to 1500 6 to 9 months after last available (June): 1500 to 2500 9 to 12 months after last available (September): 2500 to 5000 12 to 18 months after last available (December): 5000 to 6000 18 to 24 months after last available (June): 6000 to 10,000 24 to 30 months after last available: expected to be 10,000 to 12,000 30 to 36 months after last available: expected to be 20000 to 30000 36+ months after last available: Expected to be 30000 to 40000 ************************************************************* Monthly ************************************************************* Floating Pet of the Month Ribbons Click on a floating POTM Ribbon to get a Chocolate Ribbon. This is on the 1st and 15th of every month. Chocolate Ribbon - 250 to 500 ************************************************************* Annual ************************************************************* Winterfest Winterfest is a re-occuring event in Webkinz World during which floating snowflakes drift across the screen. Clicking a Snowflake wins you a winter-themed prize. The first Winterfest happened for one week at the end of January 2007. The second Winterfest happened from January 26th to February 1st in 2008. The third Winterfest ran from January 12th to January 18th. Last available for Winterfest 2007 Polar Plunge Poster (2007 prize) Last available for Winterfest 2008 Fuzzy Winter Slippers (2008 prize) Hot Chocolate Frozen Mug (2007 & 2008 prize) Snow Cone (2008 prize) Snowflake Sweater (2007 & 2008 prize) Last available for Winterfest 2009 Egg Nog (2008 & 2009 prize) Framed Winter Scene (2008 & 2009 prize) Googles Ice Sculpture (2008 & 2009 prize) Peppermint Hot Chocolate (2009 prize) Peppermint Snowflake (2007 & 2008 & 2009 prize) Potted Icicle Tree (2008 & 2009 prize) Roasted Chestnuts (2009 prize) Snow Bear Sugar Cookie (2008 & 2009 prize) Snowflake Rug (2009 prize) Snowy Blue Toque (2007 & 2008 & 2009 prize) Winterfest Parka (2008 & 2009 prize) Wool Scarf Jacket (2009 prize) Winter Fest prizes can be split into two categories: food and "other". During the event: food 250 to 500, other items 1000 to 1500 End of event (January): food 500 to 1000, other items 1500 to 2500 3 to 6 months after the event (April): food 1000 to 1500, other items 2500 to 4000 6 to 9 months after the event (July): food 1500 to 2500, other items 4000 to 6000 9 to 12 months after the event (October): food 2500 to 5000, other items 6000 to 10000 12 to 18 months after the event (January): food 5000 to 6000, other items 10,000 to 15,000 18 to 24 months after the event (July): food 6000 to 10,000, other items 15,000 to 22,000 24 to 36 months after the event: food 10,000 to 12,000, other items 22,000 to 28,000 36+ months after the event: Expected to be 30000 to 40000 ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Wacky Zingoz Extreme Promotion The purpose of this Click-to-Win event was to promote the release of the new Wacky Zingoz Plush Toy and the exclusive game that the adoption of this animal unlocks: Wacky Zingoz Extreme. Clicking a floating Zingoz won you one of three different candy bats. This event ran from March 6th to March 12th, 2008 . It is unknown if this event will return for 2009 or what prizes may be available if it does. Candy Gravity Bat Candy Hyper Bat Chocolate Bat starting value (March): 250 to 500 3 to 6 months after the event (June): 500 to 1000 6 to 9 months after the event (September): 1000 to 1500 9 to 12 months after the event (December): 1500 to 2000 12+ months after the event (March): 2000 to 2500 ************************************************************* *************************************************************- Spring Celebration Spring Fest is an event in Webkinz World during which Easter Eggs float across the screen. Clicking on an Egg wins you a Spring Food, Chocolate Eggs. These are the same Chocolate Eggs that were in the Spring Gifts of 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. The first Spring Fest ran March 21st to March 23rd, 2008 (Easter Weekend). The second Spring Fest ran just one day, on April 12th, 2009 (Easter Sunday). Chocolate Eggs starting value (Apr): 250 to 500 3 to 6 months after the event (Jul): 500 to 1000 6 to 9 months after the event (Oct): 1000 to 1500 9 to 12 months after the event (Jan): 1500 to 2000 12+ months after the event (Apr): 2000 to 2500 ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Webkinz ExtravaGANZa Flying Pigs have arrived in Webkinz World for the Webkinz ExtravaGANZa celebration, the celebration of the third anniversary of Webkinz World. Clicking on a Flying Pig wins you some Jellybeans. The Jellybeans were previously only awarded for incorrect guesses in the "Jellybean Challange" in late 2006. Please do not confuse these jellybeans with the Jar of Jellybeans awarded for correct guesses. Flying Pigs appeared on April 25th, 26th, and 27th, the weekend before the third anniversary. It is unknown if this event will return for 2009 or what prizes may be available if it does. Jellybeans (solid color) Do not confuse these solid color "Jellybeans" with the striped/spotted "Jelly Beans". (See "Misc Items", section 12, for the other type.) starting value (April): 500 to 1000 3 to 6 months after the event (July): 1000 to 1250 6 to 9 months after the event (October): 1250 to 1500 9 to 12 months after the event (January): 1500 to 2000 12+ months after the event (April): 2000 to 2500 ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Zingoz Celebration - Floating Zingoz Zingoz Celebration is an event in Webkinz World during which Zingoz float across the screen. Clicking on a Zingoz wins you a Zingoz Plushie. There have been two Zingoz Celebrations: one in July 2008 and another in July 2009 . Zingoz Plushie starting value (July): 500 to 1000 3 to 6 months after the event (October): 1000 to 1250 6 to 9 months after the event (January): 1250 to 1500 9 to 12 months after the event (April): 1500 to 2000 12+ months after the event (July): 2000 to 2500 ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Zingoz Celebration - Wacky Zingoz 600 Trophy Although this is not a "Click to Win" item, it has been included in this section because it is a part of the "Zingoz Celebration". There have been two Zingoz Celebrations: one in July 2008 and another in July 2009 . Wacky Zingoz 600 Trophy starting value (July): 4000 to 6000 3 to 6 months after the event (October): 6000 to 10000 6 to 9 months after the event (January): 10000 to 15000 9 to 12 months after the event (April): 15000 to 20000 12+ months after the event (July): 20000 to 25000 ************************************************************* ***************************************************************** Floating Goo Goo Berries The purpose of this Click-to-Win event was to promote the introduction of the Go Go Googles arcade game in December 2006. It was a week-long event during which large Goo Goo Berries floated across the screen. Clicking on a floating berry would win you Goo Goo Berry. The event took place for one week in December 2006, December 2007, August 2008, and August 2009. (Last Appearance: August 18th, 2009) Goo Goo Berry starting value (August): 250 to 500 3 to 6 months after the event (November): 500 to 1000 6 to 9 months after the event (February): 1000 to 1500 9 to 12 months after the event (May): 1500 to 2000 12+ months after the event (August): 2000 to 2500 ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Fall Fest Fall Fest is an event in Webkinz World during which floating leaves drift across the screen. Clicking a Leaf wins you a Fall-themed prize. The first Fall Fest ran from October 20th to October 26th 2007. The second Fall Fest ran from September 17th to September 24th 2008. It appears Ganz has moved the event up one month so it will not interfere with Halloween festivities. It is unknown if Fall Fest will return for 2009 or what prizes may be available if it does. The value of an item is based on the date it was last available . Corn Husk Doll (last available October 2007) Harvest Fruit Hat (last available October 2007) Maple Leaf Sweater (last available October 2007) Autumn Sunset Toque (2007 & 2008 prize) Decorative Wheat Sheaf (2007 & 2008 prize) Harvest Time Poster (2007 & 2008 prize) Hot Apple Cider (2007 & 2008 prize) Potted Elm Tree (2007 & 2008 prize) Pumpkin Soup (2007 & 2008 prize) Decorative Cornucopia (new in 2008 ) Fall Festival Place Setting (new in 2008 ) Orange Cable Knit Sweater (new in 2008 ) Fall Fest prizes can be split into two categories: food and other. During the event: food 250 to 500, other items 1000 to 1500 End of event (September): food 500 to 1000, other items 1500 to 2500 3 to 6 months after the event (December): food 1000 to 1500, other items 2500 to 4000 6 to 9 months after the event (March): food 1500 to 2500, other items 4000 to 6000 9 to 12 months after the event (June): food 2500 to 5000, other items 6000 to 10,000 12 to 18 months after the event (September): food 5000 to 6000, other items 10,000 to 15,000 18 to 24 months after the event (March): food 6000 to 10,000, other items 15,000 to 22,000 24 to 36 months after the event: food 10,000 to 12,000, other items 22,000 to 28,000 36+ months after the event: Expected to be 30000 to 40000 ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Griffin Emblem Rug See Rares in Section #1 ************************************************************* ************************************************************* . 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Global economic interdependence and the effect of trade practices and agreements?

The economies of the world are all dependent on one another,because of these trade practices and agreements they've outlined.The trade agreements keep each country of the world accountable fortheir own economies and for the peaceful exchange of goods andservices across the world. It is this exchange and interdependencethat keeps the global economy afloat and working.

Who formed the world trade organization?

The World Trade organization was formed by the United States under the Marrakesh Agreement. It was founded to improve trades among the different countries in the world. The introduction and implementation of the Marrakesh Agreement triggered the establishment of this organization. The World Trade Organization was established on the first day of January year 1995.

What is globalization in economics?

It is the integration of national economies into the international economy through trade, foreign direct investment, capital flows, migration, the spread of technology, and military presence.

Are there organizations that provide third world countries with guide dogs?

I don't know for sure if organizations like this exist, but I do know that training a seeing eye dog, for example, is incredibly expensive. Consider that major causes of blindness in third world countries are due to problems like vitamin A deficiency (cheaply remedied by improving access to higher quality foods) or river blindness, caused by a parasitic worm, (which can be treated with drugs to prevent blindness and transmission to more people). It just is not a smart use of limited resources, unfortunately, to provide one person with a guide dog when those resources could be used to prevent illness and disability in many.

How did economic nationalism affect trade in the world?

In the world of Pokemon, economic nationalism is evident. Economic nationalism implies government control over the production and the distribution of goods and services. In Pokemon every town has a strict limit of one pokemart enforces by the elites (elite four) in their ivory tower ( Pokemon league). Outsourcing is also strictly forbidden as is travel. The restrictions on travel are evident in the use of Pokemon to move around as well as the difficulty in getting the tripass and rainbow pass without access to government scientists ie Bill. The restrictions on ourtsourcing as well as other means of attempted government control have led to an underground black market in Pokemon. This is most evident in the move relearner teaching Pokemon moves in payment for 'mushrooms'. Hope this helped.

How did economic nationalism trade in the world?

In the world of Pokemon, economic nationalism is evident. Economic nationalism implies http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_did_economic_nationalism_affect_trade_in_the_world# control over the production and the distribution of goods and services. In Pokemon every town has a strict limit of one pokemart enforces by the elites (elite four) in their ivory tower ( Pokemon league). Outsourcing is also strictly forbidden as is travel. The restrictions on travel are evident in the use of Pokemon to move around as well as the difficulty in getting the tripass and rainbow pass without access to government scientists ie Bill. The restrictions on ourtsourcing as well as other means of attempted government control have led to an underground black market in Pokemon. This is most evident in the move relearner teaching Pokemon moves in payment for 'mushrooms'. Hope this helped..

Is the world trade organization for protecting the environment?

i think it is in some ways but in others not so much. In positive sides this does help us all survive by trading what we have a lot of for something we don't have so much of or that we need. I also think that it can ruin our world in can cause fights and outbursts. I think its best to keep world trade a low key thing and not so much out there so we are being watched all the time. I definitely think we can improve on somethings and be careful what we say and do.

Why can companies now organize economic activities on a global scale?

First they must have a global vision from their leadership that can serve as a model of where they want to take the organization. That vision must be driven down to a specific plan with specific goals and a way to accomplish them. The nature of the goals should drive the design of the global organization. It must take into consideration business lines (groups of related products), geographic structure, human resource strategies, transportation strategies, , cultural factors and much more. Every potential organizational structure will have its own advantages and disadvantages. All of this is greatly facilitated by newly available communications capabilities. Large international banks, for example, are replacing centralized offices with virtual office capabilities. Employees at many levels can work from home offices avoiding wasted personal commuting time and cost. It also avoids costly office space and related costs to the banks. It allows the hiring of the best people rather than just people in any specific city.

Economic globalization definition?

Globalization is a process of interaction and integration among thepeople, companies, and governments of different nations, a processdriven by international trade and investment and aided byinformation technology.