Baby Yoda Build-A-Bear Is Back In Stock For Star Wars Day
May the 4th be with you on your quest to get a Baby Yoda Build-A-Bear.
Back in January, Build-A-Bear revealed it would enter the Baby Yoda plush wars by releasing a Baby Yoda Build-A-Bear. Though it's been available to purchase one time, it sold out in around two hours. Now the adorable Baby Yoda Build-A-Bear is back in stock for Star Wars Day, but you'll probably have to hurry. Build-A-Bear is only selling Baby Yoda equipped with five unique sounds and The Mandalorian theme, so it's a bit pricey at $59.75.
Due to high demand, you'll have to wait in a queue before you can complete your purchase. We tested it and are currently seeing wait times north of an hour. After ordering, it will take two to four weeks to arrive due to delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Baby Yoda as a Build-A-Bear is as cute as expected. Build-A-Bear began working on the design alongside Disney and Lucasfilm after the first episode of The Mandalorian aired last November.
Build-A-Bear is no longer just a place where parents drop a ton of cash on accessories for stuffed animals. In recent years, Build-A-Bear has released products based on Pokemon, Star Wars, Deadpool, DC Comics, and even officially licensed NFL and NBA bears. The range of notable entertainment properties has bolstered Build-A-Bear's popularity amongst adults, and Baby Yoda will probably contribute to this trend.
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