Speak Out UK stock update checker for Argos, Amazon and Asda

Update on November 7, 2016: Speak Out keeps going into stock at, although runs out almost immediately. We do have to wonder when there will finally be full stock levels.

Believe it or not, there are still stock issues with the Hasbro Speak Out game, and this has meant those of you that are left frustrated are seeking out alternatives. We know that there are companies selling mouthpieces and then allowing people to come up with their own games, but they would rather the real thing.


If you would still like the number one toy for this Christmas, then you might want to keep an eye out on the Hasbro Speak Out stock checker, details of which you can see below. The websites servers are constantly checking the stock of Speak Out, and so saves you having to go to each individual store website to see if any has arrived yet.

We update this page each day to see if the likes of eBay, Amazon, Tesco, Argos, Smyths, Toys R Us, Studio and Game Seek have stock.

If you follow this article each day we will be able to offer you updates as to which store has stock of the Speak Out game.

    Speak Out currently in stock:

  • eBay for November delivery.
  • Ali Express delivered outside the UK.
    Speak Out game where stock is limited and higher than the recommended retail price:

  • Amazon price is £20.99
  • eBay from £8.99
  • Smyths

If you have never played the Speak Out game before, then you do not know what you are missing, as it’s a great deal of fun. To give you an idea check out the video below. If you have managed to get hold of this game from a store not listed, then please let out readers know in the comments section below.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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