My son is knee deep in the Pokémon cards craze. He is completely obsessed with collecting and trading Pokémon cards and battling with his friends. He also loves albums to store his Pokémon cards and spends hours rearranging them and sorting them out in his albums.
***Disclosure – This post is a trade exchange (the products were gifted in exchange for a review), the views remain my own***
The Pokémon craze is so wild at his school that Pokémon cards have been banned from school, however, my son has found a loophole for trading with his school friends, they now trade on the bus. They also negotiate their trades on Whatsapp.
We received a mini portfolio and three 10 card Sword & Shield Lost Origin booster packs. My son loved opening it up and checking out the cards he received.
He was so chuffed to get some energy cards to increase his chances of winning in battles because it boosts your health. He received a V card which really impressed him. According to my son a V Card is quite rare and it’s stronger than a lot of other cards. V cards also always shine.
The booster packs and mini portfolio made his week.
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I can’t believe these are a thing I remember collecting tazos as a kid. Such excitement to find one in a chips packet
so i went to the online store and cant find the pokemon cards.
Contact Mr Tickles on social media or phone Theo on 072 274 0896 – I came across the Pokemon things on Instagram and contacted them through Instagram
i cant find the cards on the online store
Contact Mr Tickles on social media or Theo on 072 274 0896 – I came across the Pokemon things on Instagram and contacted them through Instagram 🙂
well we had,tazos n spinners,dbz stuff and yu gi oh cards …guess this theirs….least they being kids
Wow can’t believe that Pokémon is trending
love it! the mini portfolio is so cute!