In recent years, Build-a-Bear has offered several designs based on the Pokemon franchise. It can get a little pricey to keep up, but the company’s website is now offering up to 25% off select Pokemon bundles. Of course, not all bundles are included in this deal; the recently released Sylveon is a notable exception. Bundles for Charmander, Pikachu, Eevee, Squirtle, Tediursa, and Scorbunny are included though, and those are just some of the inclusions! The jumbo 24-inch Snorlax bundle is also marked down, which is about $10 off the regular asking price. Readers can check out all of Build-a-Bear’s Pokemon offerings here.
While some of Build-a-Bear’s Pokemon discounts are less than others, it’s interesting to see which ones got the biggest discounts! Two Pikachu plushies were released earlier this year in celebration of Build-a-Bear’s 25th anniversary. In July, male and female versions of Pikachu were released featuring a varsity jacket, sleeper, 6-in-1 sound, and a special anniversary decal on the plush’s leg. These bundles are now 25% off, bringing them down to $57. Scorbunny currently has the cheapest bundle available, retailing for $49.49.
Unfortunately, fans of Eevee’s evolutions are out of luck! While Eevee is included, the Leafeon bundle is currently sold out. Outside of Sylveon, no other Eevee forms are currently available on the company’s website. After the release of Sylveon, Build-a-Bear now offers all eight evolutions of Eevee.
With 2023 just around the corner, it will be interesting to see what new designs Build-a-Bear decides to release! The company has put a lot of effort into the starter Pokemon, and a design based on Sobble would allow fans to complete the Galar trio. Of course, with Pokemon Scarlet and Violet after it was released last month, it’s possible we’ll see a focus on Sprigatito, Quaxly, and Fuecoco. For now, fans will just have to wait and see!
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