The Furby line saw the release of merchandise and multiple Furby-branded items from 1998 to 2016. They range from toys, board games and video games, to clothing accessories, home decorations, and inflatable chairs. Furby Booms received the most amount of merchandise. The 1998 Furby received the second-largest amount. The Emoto-Tronic Furbys and Furby Connects received limited merchandise due to lack of popularity.
Some items displaying Era 1 1998 Furbys were released after the cancellation of 1998 Furbys. Official clothing with images of Furbys from Era 1 can be identified by the 2012 Furby logo that appears on the inside of the shirt and by a tag shaped like a 2012 Furby attached to any of the clothes.
DecoPac, a company that sells cake decorations, sold cake toppers which resemble Era 1.0 Furbys. The cake toppers came in two color variations including, Cotton Candy and Lagoona . Their mohawks on their heads can be pushed down, causing their eyes and beaks to open.
DecoPac Cake Toppers
Hasbro/Tiger Electronics paired up with multiple fast-food chains to promote Furbys, introducing them in small plastic toys and other small merchandise.
McFurbys were small plastic toys given out in McDonald's Happy Meals.