There are some Black Friday deals out there for Hatchimals this year, meaning it’s not only possible to find these hot toys in stock, but you might be able to buy Hatchimals at a discount

By Martha C. White
November 24, 2017 12:34 PM
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Hatchimals — those fuzzy, interactive toy pets that “hatch” out of eggs — are a hot commodity for a second year in a row. The Hatchimals Amazon page lately has plenty of third-party sellers asking inflated prices for Hatchimals and the new Hatchimals Surprise toys.

If you missed out on the chance to score a Hatchimals without being gouged on price, take note that there is a brand-new Hatchimals that just became available. There are even some Black Friday deals out there for Hatchimals this year — meaning it’s not only possible to find these hot toys in stock, but you might be able to buy Hatchimals at a discount.

The Hatchimals Golden Lynx, which comes in a white egg speckled with gold, officially went on sale at Walmart starting at 12:01 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day, at a price of $49.88. The new Hatchimals Golden Lynx will also be available in-store at Walmart starting at 6 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving Day, when physical stores launch their Black Friday sales.

This isn’t the only great Walmart Black Friday deal shoppers can score this year. From a 5-quart Instant Pot pressure cooker for just $49 to a Samsung 55-inch FHD Smart LED TV for $447.99 (a massive savings of $752 off the regular price), to popular toys like the John Deere Gator 12-Volt Ride-On for $298, the range of sale items both in-store and online is pretty impressive.

And if you’re looking to add even more animatronic animals to your collection, Target has two Hatchimals Surprise varieties — Peacat and Giraven — on sale for $52.99, down from $69.99 originally.

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This article originally appeared on Time.com