Supreme Oreo cookies released online, March 26, on Supreme’s online stores.
The exclusive brand promoted the long-awaited launch in a collaboration with
famous Instagramer Bread Face Blog (@breadfaceblog).
The Supreme Oreo double-stuffed cookies will cost $3 per pack of three.
However, Supreme Oreos were quickly listed on eBay, selling for thousands of
dollars. Forbes reported that one packet listed on eBay received bids of up to $92,000.
While Supreme streetwear is no stranger to extreme markups on
resale sites, the goods can usually be worn, whereas this consumable
is either a unique collectible or quick snack. The extremely high price
on a package of cookies raises a lot of questions, like who would bid five-
figures on three cookies? And what will the seller do with the cash, if,
in fact, this is a legit deal at all.
Supreme confirmed that as it has closed its retail stores due to the coronavirus outbreak.
After hitting the market Oreos designed by Supreme, the highly in-demand
streetwear brand, were quickly gobbled up by fans—not to eat,, but to resell,
with a three-pack of the crimson cookies going for over $92,000 on eBay as of
Sunday afternoon (before being taken offline) in the latest showing of Supreme’s commanding grip on “hype culture.”
The markup, however, isn’t swaying away Supreme enthusiasts, who, at this
point, can only purchase the cookies from Supreme, not at supermarkets or big box stores.