Hatchimals UK stock update from Tesco, Argos, Toys R Us and Smyths

Update January 3, 2017: We have entered a new year, and still there are stock issues for the Hatchimals – and so we have to wonder just how long it will be before consumer patience starts to wear thin?

Each year there is always a must have item, albeit a toy, game or something else. We have already looked at the poor levels of stock for the Shout Out Game, and now we wanted to offer you a Hatchimals UK stock update from the likes of Tesco, Argos and Toys R Us.


We know that Hatchimals are one of the must have toys for Christmas 2016, and so it is for this very reason why stocks are very low. First up, we should warn you that if you find a website or store selling one of these items, then the Hatchimals price you should be paying is £59.99. If they are asking for more, then they are trying to take advantage of the shortage of stock.

If you follow this article each day we will be able to offer you updates as to which store has stock and also the latest prices.

    Hatchimals currently in stock:

  • Toys R Us – The price is £59.99 and is available in limited stores
  • Smyths – You can pre-order your choices of Hatchimals from November 7th to November 14th, so please keep checking back.
    Hatchimals where stock is limited and higher than the recommended retail price:

  • eBay is selling these toys far higher than their RRP.
  • Amazon also have these fury toys with prices starting from around £90.

There are several Hatchimals to collect, not only by name, but colour as well, which includes Pengualas Pink Egg, Owlicorn Egg, Draggles Green and Purple Egg and Hatchimals Pengualas Teal Egg. Some of these are still available, although the harder ones to get are Bearakeet.

Have you managed to get hold of a Hatchimals magical creature yet?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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