Pokemon Happy Meals Promotion Appears To Be Coming

Upcoming fast food promotion appears to offer random collectible card packs along with stickers and card sleeves.

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McDonald's appears to be preparing another round of Pokemon Happy Meals, just in time for the pocket monsters' 25th anniversary celebration. The promotion hasn't been formally announced but fans appear to have snapped photos of a leaked display.

The fan account PokeJungle shared the photo from Twitter user PkmnTrainerAbel, which shows a display with some of the collectibles. According to PkmnTrainerAbel, the Happy Meal promotion begins on February 9. With your meal you'll get four collectible cards (out of a possible 25) along with some other goodies like card sleeves and stickers.

McDonald's has teamed up with Nintendo for themed Happy Meals before, including Pokemon. The most recent set in 2019 also included cards, along with backpack clips of classic Pokemon like Pikachu, Eevee, and Lapras. McDonald's has also offered toy sets revolving around Mario games.

Nintendo is currently in the midst of celebrating the Pokemon 25th Anniversary, with more announcements sure to come throughout the year. Just yesterday we saw our first glimpse at some pretty strange Levis products with Pokemon imagery.

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