Pokemon TCG – The Pokemon TCG Holiday Calendar

For many people around the world, an Advent Calendar is a fun way to count down the days to the holidays, often offering up a sweet treat behind each door. Well, the Pokemon company want to make that experience sweeter for fans of the Pokemon TCG by hiding several promo cards with special snowflake stamps within the Pokemon TCG Holiday Calendar. While the Pikachu card is new to the English Pokemon TCG, first appearing as a promo for the Japanese Shocking Volt Tackle booster, the other seven cards will be stamped reprints. 

Pokemon TCG Holiday Calendar
Pokemon TCG Holiday Calendar 

Official Product Description – 

‘Ring In the Holidays — with Pokémon! Get in the holiday spirit with a Pokémon present every day! From fan favourites like Pikachu and Lapras to season-celebrating Pokémon like Delibird, you’ll find a holiday parade of Pokémon fun, booster packs, and other surprises in this holiday calendar—with a new item to uncover every day!’

Product Contents – 

  • 8 foil promo cards with a festive stamp, including 2 Pokémon V and 1 Pokémon VMAX
  • 2 Pokémon coins
  • 2 colourful sticker sheets
  • 1 sidekick dangler
  • 6 Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield Series booster packs
  • 6 Pokémon TCG 3-card fun packs
  • A code card for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online

This isn’t the first time the Pokemon Company has released a holiday Calendar, with some offering Pokemon figures in previous years, as well as another TCG calendar that also had cards with the snowflake stamp on them. This product will be available from September 1st and will cost around $50. 

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Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media Editor-in-Chief

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