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Pokémon collectable toys and cards available at McDonald's in France

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To be sold in McDonald's restaurants starting on October 14
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  • Sunday, October 18, 2015
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    Originally reported on McDonald's France and CartaZone websites (see end of article)

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More than seventeen months after Pokémon toys and cards were made available in Happy Meal menus at McDonald's restaurants in France on April 2, 2014, four new collectable toys will be available in those menus (for boys, while girls will have My Little Pony toys), starting on October 14 for at least four weeks.

One of twelve TCG cards among an exclusive series is also given away with each menu (in the series order):

However, most cards in the series have already been commonly edited in one of the latest expansions.

The four toys announced on McDonald's France website depict the three Kalos starters (Froakie, Fennekin and Chespin) and Pikachu. They are shown on this image from the McDonald's France website.

Sources

  • McDonald's France (mcdonalds.fr) for the collectible toys,
  • CartaZone (cartazone.fr) for the list of cards (second half of the linked page).