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Merchandise was a line of real life clothes, toys and games released by several different companies that could be bought from the Club Penguin online store, or from selected stores in real life, some include a code. After Disney acquired Club Penguin, more opportunities for merchandising were made available, rather than just shirts from an online store.

Some of the merchandise that was made available are:

Official Club Penguin merchandise[]

Limited Edition Penguins[]

Main article: Limited Edition Penguins

A plush penguin. There are many different varieties from many different series.

Rule of the thumb goes: The lower the series, the rarer the plush.

Mix-And-Match Figures[]

Main article: Mix 'N Match Figures

Small penguin figures that have 3 interchangeable parts. Mascots do not have interchangeable parts at all.



An example of a T-shirt, featuring a Black Puffle

A wide variety of clothing, such as hats, hoodies, and shirts are available that feature different Club Penguin designs.

Puffle Plush[]

Main article: Puffles (Plush)

Available in three different sizes, these plush toys look like puffles. Jumbo puffle plushes came out in 2012.

Pendant Chain[]

An interchangeable necklace.

Club Penguin Trading Cards[]

Main article: Club Penguin Trading Cards

Released by The Topps Company in 2008.

Video Games[]

Several video games based on Club Penguin were released, such as Herbert's Revenge and Elite Penguin Force for the Nintendo DS, and Game Day for the Wii.

There were also free mobile games released alongside the My Penguin app.

DS Skins[]

Several different skins/decals for the Nintendo DS. Released by an unknown company. It is unknown if they are unofficial or not.

A skin with Jet Pack Guy and Pop was included with a special collector's edition of Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force, alongside a stylus with the EPF logo and a code for 2500 coins.


Several different books on Club Penguin, including The Official Guide to Club Penguin, Secret Agent Handbook, The Official Stage Playbook and Stowaway!: Adventures at Sea.


A real-life version of Mancala. Released by Cardinal Games.


A backpack featuring an image of your choice, out of several options provided. Pencil bags and lunch bags are also included with the backpacks. Released by Dermiwil in Latin America.

Fast Flippers Card Game[]

A card game called Fast Flippers. This is separate from the trading cards. Released by Cardinal Games.


A pink/white handbag featuring many different penguin colors. Released by an unknown company.


An LCD watch with a miniature snow globe. Released by an unknown company.



3D Puzzle Ball

A ball shaped puzzle with pictures of Club Penguin Island, as well as a puzzle featuring the Iceberg. The latter was released by Mega Brands, while the ball shaped puzzle was released by Esphera.

Another puzzle featuring penguins, Rockhopper, Gary and the Penguin Band was released in Latin America by JDK.

Puffle Trading Cards[]

Main article: Club Penguin Trading Card Game – Card-Jitsu Puffle Deck

A special series of the Card-Jitsu trading cards. It features 30 cards all to do with puffles. Released by The Topps Company.

Puffle Beanbag Chair[]

Beanbag puffle

Beanbag chairs that look like a puffle. They only come in blue. They were available for only 1 or 2 weeks on April 2009 for $50.00 and are currently discontinued. Released by an unknown company.

Christmas Ornament[]

New toy

A Christmas ornament of a blue penguin that is juggling three puffles. Released by Hallmark.


A brand of children's frozen yogurt with Club Penguin branding was released by Dannon in Latin America.


Penguin Chat 3[]

The store could be formely accessed in Penguin Chat 3, via the Gift Shop.

Club Penguin[]

Merchandise got an expansion on November 20, 2013, consisting of mousepads, custom T-shirts and sweatshirts, iPad/iPod cases, etc. Which could be accessed here.


These are miscellaneous merchandise that don't fit in any other category.

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