Hatchimals Back In Stock At Walmart Stores

Posted: Dec 8 2016, 8:23am CST | by , in News | Holiday Gift Guide

 

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Hatchimals Back in Stock at Walmart Stores
I'm Burtle. Walmart's exclusive Hatchimal
 

Walmart announces on Facebook that stores received new Hatchimals shipments.

Walmart announced on Facebook that new shipments arrived at Walmart stores. Check your local Walmart store for inventory. Find your local Walmart stores. According to a Walmart spokesperson 1,700 of the 5,300 Walmart stores in the United States will have dozens of Hatchimals in stock.

The Walmart representative recommends that customers call ahead to their local Wal-Mart to find out when they'll have the Hatchimals available, according to local TV channel ABC 7 WKBW in Buffalo.

Less than third of Walmart stores will have Hatchimals in stock. Besides calling your local store, shoppers can try to use the Walmart inventory search on Brick Seek. The service has though been not as effective as it is for Target. Read on below to find out how to use Brick Seek to search for Hatchimals at Walmart Stores.

Shoppers are lining up as early as midnight each day since weeks at Walmart and Target stores to score Hatchimals.

Hatchimals still sell for only $48.88 at Walmart. The retailer has not increased the price as other stores did and continues to sell Hatchimals below the MSRP.

Walmart.com sold all types of Hatchimals online at 14:30 ET on Wednesday. Inventory as always was gone in a minute. Walmart was brazen enough to feature Hatchimals in an email newsletter to its newsletter subscriber just before the Hatchimals went on sale online. Walmart clearly does not need to advertise Hatchimals in any way if they do not have at least 50,000 at hand. 

The Walmart inventory search on Brick Seek requires SKU numbers. Find the SKU number for each Hatchimals below.

50676584 - Burtle

54735610 - Burtle

50676589 - Pink/teal

50676591 - Green/blue

50676611 - Blue/purple

50676599 - Pink

Hatchimals are available on eBay on the Amazon Marketplace for $200 and more. More ways to find Hatchimals before the Holidays are lined out 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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