Hatchimals £56.95 at Tesco Direct ready to order
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Hatchimals £56.95 at Tesco Direct ready to order

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Found 6th Oct 2016
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I thought that too which is why I put the same comment on the asda thread but unfortunately you have to pay £3 delivery making it the same price.

No collection from store available
Oh, I got two and had £4 worth of vouchers so hopefully have a good deal...just got £5.98 cashback too
plus delivery unfortunately
As my old dad used to say; bleedin ell! Are they gold plated?!?
Ah, why no collect from store Tesco!!
Spaceduck

Ah, why no collect from store Tesco!!


I'm not sure Yoda.
Mine turned to free delivery when I checked out.
bevbevster

Mine turned to free delivery when I checked out.



Did you use a code for free delivery? They're almost sold out now- glad I got mine
Selling out now these will be a Christmas sell out
online2014

Selling out now these will be a Christmas sell out



But WHY?! We have no clue what they do, there will be no reviews before launch, they're incredibly expensive and if they go down the same route as Furby they're probably not a lot of fun.

The fad will be over and you'll be able to grab "hatched" versions for about a tenner in February.

crabby
In stock at John Lewis. Just ordered one. No special offers or voucher codes though.
Which ones are people predicting to be the most sought after? I think the most popular will be the Toys r' Us exclusive owlicorn, followed by the green draggle then pink penguala. The purple draggle and teal penguala will probably be least popular.
Edited by: "Haruhi" 7th Oct 2016
Haruhi

Which ones are people predicting to be the most sought after? I think the … Which ones are people predicting to be the most sought after? I think the most popular will be the Toys r' Us exclusive owlicorn, followed by the green draggle then pink penguala. The purple draggle and teal penguala will probably be least popular.



I have the owlicorn - Tesco also have an exclusive called the bearakeet
They just hatch into little animals basically like furbys, overpriced
crabby09

But WHY?! We have no clue what they do, there will be no reviews before … But WHY?! We have no clue what they do, there will be no reviews before launch, they're incredibly expensive and if they go down the same route as Furby they're probably not a lot of fun.The fad will be over and you'll be able to grab "hatched" versions for about a tenner in February.crabby


Just look on YouTube they are on there to get an idea what they do , size and what they look like
Bin fodder then with the furby.
They're doing click & collect now
They just hatch into little animals basically like furbys, overpriced
just watch the video on youtube ,they are a croc-o-**** maybe at £15 but £55!
Furbys........ yes remember them.... irritating at best, expensive at worst....

Hatchimals... well who knows!!!
predicting a £60 egg that will break is going to be a Christmas hit, yeah egg on whose face?

some parents need to have their h-eggs examined
OperateOnMe

predicting a £60 egg that will break is going to be a Christmas hit, yeah … predicting a £60 egg that will break is going to be a Christmas hit, yeah egg on whose face?some parents need to have their h-eggs examined


Wait until they "sell out" and parents pay over 100...
These look pants. they hatch once, novelty over... Get a Kinda egg, at least you can eat the chocolate....
Mrlossy

These look pants. they hatch once, novelty over... Get a Kinda egg, at … These look pants. they hatch once, novelty over... Get a Kinda egg, at least you can eat the chocolate....


I asked my niece would she like 50 kinder eggs or one of these big eggs that hatch, answers obvious: chocolate and toys, both
The Hatchimals Penguala Pink is back in stock for now .... so I have unexpired the post.
millarcat

The Hatchimals Penguala Pink is back in stock for now .... so I have … The Hatchimals Penguala Pink is back in stock for now .... so I have unexpired the post.



OOS when you go through checkout
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