It's almost the end of the year, that means fukubukuro shopping! (Check out this article if you're not familiar with the phenomenon of fukubukuro lucky bag shopping). Most brands and stores will start selling their fukubukuro's at the beginning of the new year but Japanese donut chain Mr Donut decided to be early this year. The adorable Pokemon fukubukuro went on sale at December 26th and are so popular that they keep selling out!
The lucky bags are available in 3 price categories: 1,080 yen ($10), 2,160 yen ($20) or 3,240 yen ($30). All of these bags are filled with goodies from your favorite Pokemon Pikachu and Eevee but also Charmander, Squirtle and Bulbasaur will join in the fun this time! The contents of these lucky bags has already been revealed on Mr Donut's website something that many brands have been doing the past years.
The $10 lucky bag contains:
1x clear file
10 x free donuts
The $20 lucky bag contains:
1x mini tote bag
1x small container
20 x free donuts
And finally the $30 lucky bag:
2x clear file
1x mini tote bag
2x small container
30 x free donuts
These fukubukuro not only excite Pokemon fans but also Donut fans! Mr Donuts donuts can cost up to 172 yen which means that with the $10 fukubukuro alone you could get donuts worth of $15 which is an amazing deal with the Pokemon items as a bonus!
Let's have a closer look at the $20 fukubukuro contents:
Aren't these designs totally adorable? We love the 'chubby' style of these pokemon!
If you happen to be in Japan now we suggest you to get this fukubukuro as soon as possible as it keeps selling out and probably won't be available for long anymore!
What do you think of the Mr Donut Pokemon Fukubukuro? Is it a good deal or would you pass on it? Let us know in the comments below!
Wanna read more about Pokemon stuff? Check out this article about Eeveelution necklaces!
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