Pokemon Mini BOOster Packs As Trick-Or-Treat Gifts!

July 28, 2022 by fcostin

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Spooky season is approaching, which means we are beginning to see all of the creepy and frightening games, accessories and spooky skins themed to the autumnal holidays.

The Pokemon Company are putting their ghostly pocket-monsters to the forefront this Halloween, bringing a cheeky alternative to trick or treat gifts. Or a small enough Halloween fix to rake in fearsome pokemon themed to the time of year.

Pokemon BOOster Bundle - The Pokemon Company

Pokemon BOOster Bundle // The Pokemon Company

The Pokemon Trick or Trade BOOsters, of course with Gengar being the main devious face of the upcoming product, will act as small booster packs for those who want to tailor their team to the darkness. Containing three cards in a pack, and bringing the scariest of pokemon their own holiday to celebrate.

Players will be finding the likes of Zubat, Gengar, Pumpkaboo, Mimikyu and Polteageist and a wide range of 'spooky' pokemon in a pack. All will be marked with a cheeky little stamp that signifies the 2022 event. Each pack will come within a bundle of forty (that looks like a giant sweet package), with hopes that neighborhood houses might stock these instead of sweet sweet candy, as they will be available at most shopping stores and supermarkets.

Trick Or Trade Packaging - Pokemon Mini BOOster Pack

Trick Or Trade Packaging // Pokemon Mini BOOster Pack

I have told you before, when it comes to Pokemon - you have to start them young! And nothing's going to get you hooked quite like three special edition cards amongst your chocolate and candy hoard.

The Pokemon Rrick or Trade BOOster bundles will be made available to retail on September the 1st. So if you wanted to rake in the spooky cards to make the most out of the event, be sure to keep your eyes open for the upcoming Halloween themed boosters this spooky season!

What do you think, card games for Halloween treats? Will it catch on? 

"Each pack will come within a bundle of forty (that looks like a giant sweet package), with hopes that neighborhood houses might stock these instead of sweet sweet candy."

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