Borobi's proven to be a hit, with more than 90,000 plush toys of the Commonwealth Games mascot sold so far.
While badges have been the biggest sellers at merchandise stores across the Gold Coast.
More than 800,000 of the souvenirs have been sold, while people have also snapped up 250,000 commemorative coins.
Just 6 days into the Games, GOLDOC Chair Peter Beattie says a number of items have sold out.
"They include Borobi ears...numerous key rings, pins, magnets designs, various t-shirt and cap designs," he said.