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Where to buy Pokémon Squishmallows

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A photo of the 20-inch Gengar and Pikachu Squishmallows alongside the 10-inch versions.
The massive 20-inch Squishmallows pictured their 10-inch counterparts
Photo: Nicole Carpenter
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Pokémon Squishmallows are technically available, but unfortunately, their intense popularity has many of these softies running for the tall grass. In this post, we’re attempting to wrangle all of the Pokémon Squishmallows we can find in stock. We’ll keep this updated as stock becomes available, and as new versions launch.

The latest wave of Pokemon Squishmallows includes Piplup and a winking Pikachu, which are currently available to pre-order.

Where to buy Pikachu Squishmallows

We always suggest checking for a Pikachu Squishmallow at Amazon first. Failing that route, we recommend Kohls, which has recently become a great retailer for picking up Squishmallows. Other places that usually have the store-exclusive 12-inch version in stock, like the Pokémon Center, have been selling out quickly.

You can reserve your very own 12-inch winking Pikachu Squishmallow exclusively from The Pokémon Center for $29.99. While there is currently no launch date for the new plushies, this may be your only opportunity to add one to your collection, as there are no restocks planned for this particular version.

Pikachu Squishmallow

  • $30

Prices taken at time of publishing.

No. 25

Type: Electric / Squishmallow

  • $30 at Kohls (14-inch)
  • $20 at Kohls (10-inch)

Winking Pikachu Squishmallow

  • $30

Prices taken at time of publishing.

No. 25

Type: Electric / Squishmallow

  • $30 at Pokémon Center

Where to buy Gengar Squishmallows

There are plenty of store listings for the grinning, ghostly pokémon, but most of them are out of stock, or charging more than the Squishmallow normally costs.

Gengar Squishmallow

  • $29

Prices taken at time of publishing.

No. 94

Type: Ghost / Poison / Squishmallow

  • $29 at Amazon (14-inch)
  • $20 at Kohls (10-inch)

Where to buy Snorlax and Togepi Squishmallows

Surprising nobody, Snorlax, and Togepi Squishmallows hit the market and sold out shortly thereafter. Several months later, we still haven’t been able to find consistent stocks for either one. However, you can pay more than the normal cost for the 10-inch version of either one at Showcase for $49.99 each.

Snorlax Squishmallow

  • $50

Prices taken at time of publishing.

No. 143

Type: Normal / Squishmallow

  • $50 at Showcase (10-inch)
  • $25 at Pokémon Center (12-inch)

Togepi Squishmallow

  • $50

Prices taken at time of publishing.

No. 175

Type: Fairy / Squishmallow

  • $50 at Showcase (10-inch)
  • $30 at Pokémon Center (12-inch)

Where to buy Piplup Squishmallows

The newest Pokémon to join the Squishmallow ranks is Piplup. While it was initially available to pre-order from The Pokémon Center, it's currently unavailable, but you might be able to pick up this Squishmallow on the secondary market following its official launch.

Piplup Squishmallow

  • $30

Prices taken at time of publishing.

No. 393

Type: Water / Squishmallow

  • $30 at Pokémon Center

For anyone looking to put in some additional legwork to find a Squishmallow, there are resources available that provide alerts for when these prized commodities get restocked. For that, we’d recommend following Squish Collect on Twitter, who provides updates on restocks for Squishmallows.

Alternatively, plenty of other oversized plush Pokémon are currently in stock at other retailers. While they aren’t official Squishmallow-branded products, they’re almost as cute.


  • Pikachu 8-inch Plush ($6.98)


  • Dragonite 12-inch Plsuh ($41.66)
  • Scorbunny 12-inch Plush ($32.50)
  • Jigglypuff 13-inch Plush ($29.99)
  • Squirtle 15-inch Plush ($29.99)
  • Pikachu 24-inch Plush ($49.99)


  • Bulbasaur Bundle ($55.50)
  • Growlithe Bundle ($70)
  • Squirtle Bundle ($67.50)
  • Pikachu Bundle ($63)
  • Scorbunny Bundle ($66)

Update (Aug. 7): Checked pricing for accuracy. Added info about the new winking Pikachu and Piplup Squishmallows.

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