Hatchimals In Stock At Target Stores On Sunday

Posted: Dec 9 2016, 2:54pm CST | by , Updated: Dec 11 2016, 7:38am CST, in News | Holiday Gift Guide

 

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Hatchimals in Stock at Target Stores on Sunday
Hatchimals at Target Dec. 11
 

Target restocks Hatchimals on Sunday, Dec. 11. Updated.

Update Dec. 11: Lines are shorter than expected at Target stores this morning. There are though also reports of low Hatchimals inventory and customers who lined up during the night have not scored a Hatchimals. Read the latest about the Target Hatchimals Sale on Sunday.

Now it is Target's turn to sell Hatchimals in a big way. Target announced today have Hatchimals in stock on Sunday December 11. Each Target store across the country will be receiving dozens of Hatchimals ($59.99), with inventory popping up throughout the week. You’ll need to be quick to scoop these up while supplies last. There is a limit of two Hatchimals per customer.

The Target weekly ad for Sunday Dec. 11 leaked featuring Hatchimals on TargetFanatic. The ad confirms that Target will sell Hatchimals for $59.99 and the limit is two per customers. The placement is not that prominent as one would expect.

target weekly ad hatchimals

This also means that the Target stores will not likely sell any Hatchimals in the next days leading up to Sunday. The stores will sit on the Hatchimals stock. 

Given what happened last Sunday at ToysRUs, customers need to be prepared to start lining up Saturday afternoon and spend the night at a Target store. Customers need to pay attention to the ticket practice at their local Target store. Some stores are reportedly handing out tickets very early, allowing customers to go home and come back at 8am when the doors open.

Target's exclusive Hatchimals is the Bearakeet. This is the one to go for first. Bearakits are almost as hard to find as Owlicorns.

Customers can try to search for Hatchimals inventory at Target stores with BrickSeek ahead of Sunday to get a sense of the amount of Hatchimals in stock. The DCPI numbers of the Hatchimals are required. Find below the list of DPCI for each kind of Hatchimal.

Update Dec. 9: Target stores start to pile up Hatchimals inventory. Brick Seek shows a 34% in stock value. Scanning various Zip codes reveals that many stores have on hand stock of Hatchimals. The numbers are still below 10 for Bearakeet, but 73% for Pengualas.

Brick Seek works best for Target. It will be interesting to see if the service will show the dozens of Hatchimals Target Stores are supposed to have in stock on Sunday. We keep on tracking the situation. Use the link below to check your local Target stores.

Target DPCI for Hatchimals

086-08-0899 - Bearakeet 

086-08-0898 - Blue/green

086-08-0897 - Pink/red

086-08-0396 - Blue/purple

086-08-0395 - Pink/teal

Target also offers a Hatchimal-themed GiftCard, available in Target’s toy aisles starting Dec. 11, in any dollar amount. While these GiftCards don’t reserve a Hatchimal, lucky recipients can return to Target to pick one out as soon as more arrive through the New Year and into January.

Hatchimals are available on eBay on the Amazon Marketplace for $200 and more. Find out how to find Hatchimals in time for the Holidays in the Hatchimals shopping guide for December.

About Hatchimals

Spin Master basically took a Furby (for those who can remember what that is) and stuck it inside an egg. Hatchimals are "magical creatures" that already interact with your kids inside the egg. Each egg contains one of two interactive Hatchimals. Kids need to take care of the Hatchimal while its still inside until the rainbow eyes appear. That means its time to hatch. Hatchimals can't hatch on their own. Videos of Hatchimals hatching have gone viral on Youtube. Kids want Hatchimals because the saw commercials and the Hatchimals videos of the Youtube toy review kids.

Touch is guiding them to peck their way out of the egg. Once outside the egg owners raise the furry Hatchimal through 3 stages, from baby to toddler, to kid. The Hatchimal sings "Hatchy Birthday" each time it enters a new stage. Hatchimals can learn to walk, dance, play games and more. Hatchimals also repeat what you say in its own voice. 

There several different kinds of Hatchimals that differ in color and kind of the creatures inside. There are also exclusive editions for stores like Walmart. Available Hatchimals include Hatchimals Draggles Blue/Purple Egg, Hatchimals Draggles Blue/Green Egg, Hatchimals Pengualas Pink Egg, Hatchimals Pengualas Pink/Teal Egg, and Hatchimals Burtle Purple/Teal Egg. More details about Hatchimals.

The 12 Days of Deals sale is under way at Amazon.comSee the best Holiday gift deals.

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