Yellow M&M displays
A yellow M&Ms display
A yellow M&Ms display
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Yellow M&M displays are yellow-coloured collectible plastic items, used in shops to attract customers to M&Ms confectionary. They are also known as “standees”.

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They generally stand around three feet high and have two holes in the side of the structure, where packets of M&Ms can be stored.

The displays are fashioned into the form of M&M’s well-known “Spokescandies”; representations of the confectionary items featuring a face, arms and legs.

M&M displays should not be confused with the much smaller M&M dispensers, which dispense individual M&Ms through two side holes.

M&Ms

M&Ms are colourful sweets that have been produced since 1941, originally by Mars & Murrie Brothers, from where the sweets get their initials.

How much are yellow M&M displays worth?

Yellow M&M displays can sell for around $100.

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