The Build-A-Bear Workshop has a new addition to their Pokémon line: Charmander. Like Eevee and Pikachu, there are two versions of this squishable plush.
The regular Charmander, which includes the plush and an exclusive TCG card will retail for $28.00, while the web exclusive set includes Charmander, a Great Ball hoodie, a Lucario hoodie, a Charmander sound chip, and the exclusive Pokémon TCG card.
The web exclusive version is available for purchase online now for $61. The Great Ball hoodie and standard Charmander will be available in stores on December 8th. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Eevee plushes are going to be available at Build-A-Bear workshops starting September 1st as part of their “Make Your Own Pokemon” line. Pokémon Eevee will sell in-stores and online for $28. Additional accessories include a Poke Ball sleeper outfit and an Eevee 5-in-1 sound chip.
Build-A-Bear’s online store also has an exclusive version with an Pokémon cape (not sold in stores), a Pokeball Sleeper, and the Eevee sound chip.
Both the single Eevee and the online set come with a Build-A-Bear Workshop exclusive Pokémon TCG Card. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
If you recall the Build-A-Bear Pikachu news earlier this year, we have some updates for you!
Build-A-Bear Workshop has announced that the Build-A-Bear Pikachu will be available while supplies last at Build-A-Bear Workshop stores in North America, Europe, and Australia starting later this month.
However, you can start preordering these exclusive Pikachu at Build-A-Bear at this very moment.
You have two different options:
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Pikachu is officially coming to Build-A-Bear Workshops starting in 2016 in North America, Europe, and Australia, and online. The Pokemon Company recently announced this wonderful partnership and it will give fans the opportunity to customize their own Pikachu with options like a Poke Ball hoodie, Charizard costume, and a “pika pika” sound chip.
Owners of a customized Pikachu will also receive a specially branded Pokemon trading card for free. Fingers crossed that this will be the first of many Pokemon-themed options available in the future.
(via Game Spot / Image: deviantart)