The Pokemon Center UK Is Open For Business

Looking to buy some official Pokemon merch for Christmas? Things just got easier for fans in the UK, as The Pokemon Center UK is now open. The store is loaded with all your favourite 'mon merch, like plush toys, pins, TCG packs, and clothing. However, the home decor tab is empty as of now and the video games tab will stock Pokemon Legends: Arceus when it launches.

The Pokemon Center UK is still running in a beta phase of sorts (thanks, Eurogamer). "Welcome to Pokémon Center UK," reads a note on the site. "Congratulations on being one of the first to discover this site—our recent expansion of the Pokémon Center! We’re excited to welcome you with the best possible experience, but this site is still in its early stages, so you may see a few hiccups."

You can drop £89.99 on a 19 ¾ inch Slowbro plush, or £143.64 Pokemon TCG: Sword & Shield-Chilling Reign Booster Display Box if you're feeling really competitive. With Christmas just around the corner, the clothing section is filled with some cute looking Pokemon themed sweaters, hoodies, scarves and gloves. Unfortunately, it doesn't have any life-size versions of the plush toys, but the site mentions that more stock will be available in time. Your purchases can be delivered all over the UK for a flat fee of £5. The site also advises you to place all your Christmas orders by December 18 in order for a delivery by Christmas Eve.

While you're ordering your Pikachu plush, the 'mon will soon be able to put on some "concert" themed loot in Pokemon Unite. A recent datamine revealed that the developers will soon be launching a cute pair of musical note glasses for Pikachu.

This musical themed content will likely be launched along with season four of the MOBA, which is expected to kick off on December 20. The datamine revealed that most of these skins will be reasonably priced; around 400 aeos gems, which translates to about $7.99. However, the Chef Snorlax will cost you a massive 2199 gems, which turns out to around $39.99.

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