Gotta wear ’em all: Pokémon and Amazon team up to launch T-shirt subscription box

Gotta wear ’em all: Pokémon and Amazon team up to launch T-shirt subscription box
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Amazon is now offering its Pokémon T-Shirt Club, which will provide subscribers with a different Pokémon-themed cotton shirt each month.

March 29, 2022
Amazon is now offering subscriptions for its Pokémon T-Shirt Club
The shirts are available to anyone in the U.S. at $19.99 a box with free shipping and come in different sizes for youth, men and women. While customers can choose their preferred size, there is no customer option to choose the base colors of their shirts as their colors are “selected by Pokémon” to best complement the different designs.
The designs for the shirts, which, according to Amazon, is “created and curated by Pokémon, have yet to be revealed, with the current product image featuring a Pokémon logo, most likely meant to be a placeholder. 
According to Amazon’s description page for the subscription, customers can skip a month, cancel the subscription at any point or send a shirt back if they decide they don’t like the design for that month.
Amazon offers a wide selection of other subscription mystery box products with products ranging from beauty to food to children’s toys to pet items. Other T-shirt subscription boxes currently available include ones centered around Dungeons and Dragons, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Marvel and DC Comics. On other hand, if you want to be an entrepreneur, you can master tactics such as the Ways To Market Your Subscription Box.
With the new main series “Pokémon” games not expected to be released until late 2022, only time will tell if the T-shirt designs will feature any of the newest Pokémon in the franchise or from “Legends Arceus.”
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      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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