Whether you want to be a Pokémon master or are just looking for a great gift to give to that special Pokémon fan in your life, we here at the Nintendo Inquirer got you covered. From the fan favorite Pikachu to the Legendary Rayquaza, The Pokémon Center site has the best selection of Pokémon plushes to choose from. Not only does the site have a fantastic selection of plushes, but it offers a wide variety of plushes that will fit any budget. Here are some Pokémon plushes we thought would make any Pokémon fan smile!

Small Budget

Despite their small size, the sleeping and non sleeping variations of the Kattari Cutie Poké Plushes are full of personality. Spanning from the first to the sixth generation, these plush are as cute as they are affordable. Here are some of our favorites we selected for you.

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The Sleeping Pikachu Kattari Cutie Poké Plush is simple and iconic. Make sure not to be too loud as he rests peacefully on your bed or desk.

The Charmander Kuttari Cutie Poké Plush, similar to Pikachu, is iconic and beloved by many. With his fiery tail, Charmander will surely melt your heart.

Finally, the Espurr Kuttari Cutie Poké Plush is as creepy as it is cute. Do you ever feel like you are being watched by someone? Well, than this plush is perfect for you, or that paranoid person in your life!

Medium Budget

The standard size plushes, which span from 5″ to 8″ in length, are highly detailed and offer some of the best selection on plushes on the site. Since there are so many to choose from, we decided to throw in a couple extra because it was so hard to narrow them down.

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Starting off with the Eevee Holiday Poké Plush, which stands at 8″, is a perfectly fitting gift for this holiday season. Wrapped in a holiday cape with a snowflake pattern, this Eevee is sure to keep anyone warm during the winter.

The Vulpix Poké Plush will make any fan of the Pokémon anime feel nostalgic. This plush is identical to the Vulpix Brock used in the show and doesn’t sacrifice any details.

While we know the rainy season isn’t for a few months, this Rainy Season Pikachu Poké Plush was too adorable not to include in this gift guide. Rocking a shiny orange raincoat and mini yellow umbrella, this cutie is ready for the spring.

The Litleo Poké Doll Plush has big ears and a little button orange nose. This Lion Cub Pokémon is begging to be snuggled with!

Narrowing down a final plush wasn’t easy, but the Mudkip Poké Plush made sense since Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are the most recent main Pokémon games that were released. The 100% Hoenn approved plush is perfect for the Water-type lover in your life.

Big Budget

Narrowing down the big plush selection wasn’t easy either, but in order to make this gift guide not too lengthy we decided on three favorites to share with you. The large size plushes mainly consist of final and mega evolutions, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t cute!

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Starting off this section is the Lugia Poké Plush. The legendary Pokémon Lugia is full of detail and perfectly captures the essence of what makes Lugia so mystical. Standing at nearly 11″ tall, this plush is bound to make a big impression.

The Mega Rayquaza Poké Plush features impressive whiskers and fins, while being posable. I personally own this plush and having him coiled up on my game shelf makes it one of my favorite display pieces.

Last, but not least, is the Whimsicott’s Substitute Poké Plush. We figured: Why not go out with a bang? This plush stands at a whopping 25″ and weighs five pounds! While the $150 price tag might sound expensive, this plush will make for a interesting conversation starter. Also, shipping is free on orders of $50 dollars or more, so shipping it won’t be extra. Phew!

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Written by Frank Costagliola

Frank is a journalism student at the College of Staten Island and knew he wanted to write and talk about video games since high school. If Frank isn't on campus, he's probably gaming, spending time with his friends, at the gym, or trying to hunt down a rare amiibo out in the wild.

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