It’s becoming quite rampant to find Pokemon cards as the popularity and scarcity keep rising. With many established youtube pack openers and scalpers alike, finding a Pokemon booster box or blister pack is becoming quite the feat as they are sold out just about everywhere
Thinking outside the box will leave you asking yourself which stores sell Pokemon cards. Does 7-Eleven sell Pokemon cards? The answer to this is Yes. 7-Eleven does indeed sell Pokemon cards, but they are usually only limited edition or promotional packs.
You won’t be able to walk into any 7-Eleven store and find the most recent Pokemon booster packs or boxes. Pokemon cards are usually only sold in these stores as a promotion. One example of this was with the Detective Pikachu Blister Packs.
Does 7-Eleven Sell Pokemon Booster Boxes?
For the most part no. You will not be able to find Pokemon booster boxes at a 7-Eleven location, at least in the United States. 7-Eleven stores are mostly independently owned from one another and depending on the location, they may or may not have booster packs/boxes.
However, if you are out of the country in Japan or Singapore, finding Pokemon booster packs and boxes are much more common. Most of the Pokemon Boxes are limited edition and are usually related to big Pokemon movie releases.
What Kind of Pokemon Packs Does 7-Eleven Sell?
7-Eleven is known for selling limited edition and promotional booster packs/boxes. Most of the time 7-Eleven is the only store that you will be able to find these limited run cards. Detective Pikachu blister packs were exclusive to 7-Eleven locations and were sold out at just about every location you could walk into.
Once in awhile you may find a 7-Eleven selling resale Pokemon card packs or bundles. These will not be an official product by the Pokemon Company and will usually not have very good cards in them.
Detective Pikachu Blister Packs
Exclusive to 7-Eleven only were detective Pikachu blister packs. You could not find these anywhere else and they were available in the United States as well as many other participating countries around the world.
These special blister packs came specially packaged with a regular booster pack as well as with a Detective Pikachu booster pack that contained 4 special promo cards.
To check the current price and availability of Pokemon Detective Pikachu Booster Packs, click here to view the listing on Amazon.
7-Eleven Exclusive Pokemon Boxes
Unfortunately, many of the promotional Pokemon Boxes like the one seen above are only sold at 7-Eleven locations out of the country. Two of the most popular countries to find Pokemon cards in 7-Eleven are Japan and Singapore.
Many Pokemon fans around the world are purchasing these special boxes from third party sellers or buying them in person at these 7-Eleven locations. The main downside to these cards are that they are in Japanese, not English.
But to the hardcore Pokemon collector, having an English collection and a Japanese collection is almost a must. Although Japanese Pokemon cards are not worth more than their English counterpart, their collectible value is still sought after.
Resale Pokemon Card Bundles
Sometimes you may be able to find these third party Pokemon mystery bundles or boxes. These are not official products from the Pokemon Company and should be bought at your own risk. There are no guarantees on the cards you will receive and they are not random.
For the most part, we highly recommend avoiding purchasing these packs if you are looking for Ultra Rare cards as you will most likely receive a bunch of commons and uncommons.
How Much Are Pokemon Cards at 7-Eleven?
For the most part, you can expect to pay normal prices for Pokemon card packs at a 7-Eleven.
- The detective Pikachu booster packs were $5.99 per pack on release.
- Evolving Skies from a Singapore 7-Eleven runs about $6.99 per pack.
- Special Edition Promo Boxes from Singapore and Japan run about $70 per box.
How Often Does 7-Eleven Restock Pokemon Cards?
The only way to know when 7-Eleven will restock Pokemon cards in the U.S. is by announcements. Most of these announcements will be found online and will usually be a limited run. This means they will sell the Pokemon cards for a limited time and they they will be gone.
In other countries, the shelves are usually restocked with Pokemon cards during the morning hours as well as when they receive their truck shipments.
7-Eleven receives a few shipments per week to replenish their store inventory. The restock schedule varies per store and is highly dependent on the truck route as well as the 7-Eleven location.
You won’t be able to find the most recent booster boxes/booster packs at your local 7-Eleven, but it’s definitely worth noting to keep a lookout for special edition or promotional campaigns. The Detective Pikachu blister packs were very popular and hard to find as they were sold out at just about every 7-Eleven.
However, if you are in another country like Japan or Singapore, finding Pokemon booster packs are much more common as the 7-Eleven stores over there sell them on a regular basis.
If you miss out on any of the special 7-Eleven only releases, you can search for these packs on online marketplaces like eBay or Mercari. They will run you a small premium due to being out of print, but can be well worth it for the valuable cards.