Easter is right around the corner and if you are looking for items to stuff in the Easter basket, look no further. Surprizamals are perfect for the Easter basket!
Surprizamals are these super cute, soft, collectible miniature stuffies that pop out of a ball. You never know which one you’ll get. Currently, there are two series out.
Series 1 has a total of 12 Surprizamals to collect. There’s Luke the lion, Skip the dog, Abby the money, Maggie the dog, Ella the elephant, Gerri the giraffe, Maddie the monkey, Sam the pig, Tammy the tiger, Lexi the dog, Jinx the cat and a mystery animal too.
Series 2 also have 12 Surprizamals to collect. Orson the dog, Nikki the pink bear, Sally the sea lion, Izzy the unicorn, Cristy the crab, Emmie the elephant, Kit the kitten, Piper the panda bear, Sasha the seahorse, Lucky the dalmatian, Wally the walrus and a mystery animal.
Kids love these! There’s something about getting a handful fo plastic balls filled with a mystery toy. Half the fun is in opening them and finding out what you have received. And it’s also fun trying to collect them. Peyton loves opening Surprizamals because she finds it extremely exciting to discover which one she collected this time. Whenever she finds a rare or ultra rare she gets super excited.
There are 4 levels of Surprizamals. There’s Common, Collector, Rare and Ultra Rare. Of course, all the kids want the Ultra Rare. And because they are ultra rare it will be tough finding them.
In the four balls we received, Peyton found Cristy the Crab (common, series 2), Kit the pink cat (common, series 2), Maddie the purple monkey (collector, series 1) and Sam the pig (rare, series 1). Sam was her favorite. Peyton was extremely happy to have found one rare animal out of all the ones she opened.
Peyton really likes the idea of a mystery ultra rare animal. I know, next time we are out in the store she will be looking for surprizamals. Series 1 is now available at Stuffed Animals.com and Series 2 is available at Toys “R” Us. If you are trying to collect a whole set I highly suggest buying a case. That way, you are more likely to complete the set. And if you buy them at the same time your chances improve too. But that’s just my opinion. Remember you can end up with duplicates. There is no way to tell which Surprizamals will be in your ball until you open it up.