Update [Wed 26th Apr, 2023 10:00 BST]: And just like that, they're gone. Sorry folks. Hopefully, a restock will come soon.
Original Article [Wed 26th Apr, 2023 09:45 BST]:
If you've been after a Pikachu Squishmallow and are having a bit of trouble finding one, then good news, because it's now in stock on Amazon US for $24.99.
As highlighted by Wario64 over on Twitter, the price is a little less than what Best Buy is currently offering up at $29.99.
We can't be sure as to how long these things will be in stock, so if you're looking to add one to your collection, then you'll have to get cracking sooner rather than later.
The Squishmallow range has undoubtedly proven to be exceedingly popular since their release, with all variants - Pikachu, Snorlax, Togepi, and Gengar - currently out of stock on the Pokémon Center site in the UK.
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Will you be picking up a Pikachu Squishmallow? Let us know with a comment down below.
[source amazon.com, via twitter.com]
Looks like a lot of landfill to me. Shouldn't we be pushing back on companies desperate desire to pollute the planet just to make tat?
Material - polyester
The thing I really don't like about these is that they can't be easily cleaned or repaired. They should have a cover that can be put in the wash, can be replaced after wear/tear and can be swapped with a different cover of a different pokemon.
The way these are designed and made means more landfill and that's just not acceptable anymore.
Well I love it and getting one of Pika and Gangor…and for all those who spoke out against our yellow mascot pika has his ways and you all better sleep with the lights on tonight 😳😳😳
If you look really closely at the picture, you can spot that one of the pikachu's isn't a pikachu but a human.
@Shambo Get outta here! For real?
I cannot tell wich, all I see is cute faces!
@khululy to the untrained eye they might look really indistinguishable, but I didn't spend ten years in seclusion mastering the art of looking through any disguise to let myself be fooled by this trickery. I know a pikachu when I see one.
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