Get ready to put a spooky twist on your favorite plush toys this Halloween with some festive Squishmallows. As you prepare to shop for cobwebs and jack-o-lanterns in the lead up to Oct. 31, you’ll want to consider checking out the different special-edition Squishmallows that are available. After all, these seasonal Squishmallows put a spin on some iconic Halloween shapes like black cats and PSLs. If you’re wondering where you can buy Squishmallows for Halloween 2021, there are both online and in-store options.
ICYMI, Squishmallow toys have been all the rage on TikTok in 2021, which totally makes sense because the adorable plushes are so great to cuddle with (and they’re really just cute). With Halloween coming up soon, you can even snag a Squishmallow that has a festive twist to it. The spooky plush toys will certainly be the most adorable accompaniments to any scary movie marathon or holiday gatherings you’re planning this fall. To top it off, you have the option of purchasing your Squishmallows in-stores at retailers like Hallmark and Target, or you can have them delivered straight to your doorstep with Amazon.
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Hocus Pocus (Claire’s)
People have spotted Hocus Pocus Squishmallows at stores like Claire's, but they don’t appear to be available online. Elite Daily reached out to Claire’s for comment on whether the Hocus Pocus Squishmallows are a store exclusive, as some have said in Instagram comments, but did not hear back by the time of publication.
There are three different Squishmallows of the witch sisters, Winifred, Mary, and Sarah Sanderson. Instagram user @rinemallows posted a find on Aug. 31 showcasing each of the sisters in their iconic looks. It’s unclear how much they sell for in the stores, but they’re already appearing on sites like Mercari, selling for $75 for all three or $22 for one. Instagrammers in the comments also said they found the Hocus Pocus Squishmallows a Ralphs, so if you’re headed to Claire’s or Ralphs soon, keep your eyes peeled.
General Halloween (Walgreen’s)
According to Instagram user @squishmallovv, Walgreen’s is selling a variety of Halloween-themed Squishmallows including a ghost, a spooky narwal, an orange bat, a Frankenstein-themed bear, and a cat Dracula. They also don’t appear on the Walgreen’s website, and the brand didn’t respond to Elite Daily’s request for information by the time of publication. It seems you’ll only find the toys in-store at Walgreen’s, so you’ll want to head to your local store before they’re gone.
Pumpkin & Ghost (Hallmark)
Hallmark is selling the Squishmallows Flip-A-Mallows Pumpkin/Ghost Stuffed Animal in-store only. The product features two-in-one Squishmallows for even more spooky fun — you’ll have a pumpkin on one side, and a ghost on the reversible side. The medium-sized toy is made of soft polyester so that it’s extra comfy. It’ll cost you $17.99 for the toy at Hallmark.
Black Cat (Amazon)
Amazon has a very cute Black Cat Squishmallow all decked out for the season. It’s a little pricey at $40, but if you can’t make it to the store to get one, you can get it shipped right to you.
Here's where you can buy Squishmallows for Halloween 2021.
You’ve probably seen the Pumpkin Spice Squishmallow making the rounds on your Instagram. This cutie was spotted in Target stores in early August for $14.99, but it doesn’t appear to be available for delivery. You can check online to see if it’s in stock at your local Target. If it’s not, these Kendla Pumpkin Spice Squishmallows are also making the rounds on Ebay, with some priced as low as $19.99
Since it’s only the beginning of September, the spooky season Squishmallows will likely continue to roll out, so you can keep an out for more festive options as Halloween gets closer. When you’re out looking for seasonal Squishmallows, make sure to keep in mind the CDC guidelines for the most updated public health guidance.
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