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Target to sell 'Hunger Games' collectibles for high-paying fans

Katniss' 'Mockingjay' pin replica, to be sold at $999 Katniss' 'Mockingjay' pin replica, to be sold at $999
Josh Hutcherson, 'The Hunger Games' star and native of Union, KY Josh Hutcherson, 'The Hunger Games' star and native of Union, KY
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX) -

To coincide with the 'The Hunger Games' DVD and Blu-ray release, Target is unveiling collectibles for all the super-fans out there.

As a partnership between Target and Lionsgate, a special collection of movie keepsakes and a special-edition 'Hunger Games' DVD will be offered on target.com.

For fans willing to pay the price, a 14-carat gold replica of Katniss Everdeen's 'Mockingjay' pin will be sold online at $999, with only 100 available.

If you fancied Katniss' hunting jacket in the movie, 100 leather replicas will be sold at $349 each.

For $699, fans can purchase litographs autographed by top cast members like Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.

One keepsake will be introduced each day beginning August 18th.

Ranging from $349 to $999, this will be Target's first licensed product offering at this price point.

The DVD and Blu-ray to be released will also feature a collectible case and offer hungry fans 45 minutes of exclusive video and interviews with the cast.

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