McDonald’s 25th Anniversary Pokémon Dealable Card Game Promotion is back in 2021 (in Brazil and Australia)

McDonald's 25th Anniversary Pokémon Dealable Card Game Promotion is back in 2021 (in Brazil and Australia)

Update, September 7th at 12:55pm BST: It was confirmed that this week not only is Brazil winning, but Press start Received news that it will be available in Australia between September 9 and October 20.

Pokémon: Collective Card Game McDonald’s Promotion to Celebrate the 25 PokémonI Birthday is coming back this week. If you’re in Brazil, of course.

This is confirmed by several sources, including: pokeguardian, that McDonald’s Brazil locations will introduce the card in their Happy Meals from September 9. The packs each contain four cards, each representing one of the eight Generation Starter Pokémon (including Pikachu). Case, Pikachu frame and stickers are also available.

While this isn’t the first time a Pokémon TCG promotion has been available in South America, Suriname is rolling it out in March, the widest card launch ever on the continent. Like all other countries where it was issued, be prepared for stocks to run out very quickly.

When the promotion went on in North America earlier this year, the demand for the card was high and the stock ran out almost immediately. It was so severe that some collectors ordered large numbers of Happy Meals purely for the card, to the point that McDonald’s stores had to set a maximum purchase limit, while the parent company asked potential customers “about placing orders”. Told me to think twice. Happy meal promotion during this time.”

McDonald’s Pokémon: Collective Card Game promotions have started in Brazil on September 9.

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