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Angry Birds Plush Toys are stuffed animals of the characters. They are available in 5 sizes (4", 5", 8", 12", 16"), (6", 10") In claw machine Variations or as Backpack Clips (3"). There are currently 75 different plushies, some of which include sounds, while others don't. Angry Birds plush toys can be found at most stores that sell toys, such as Toys"R"Us (formally), Walmart and Angry Birds plush toys are also available in online stores, such as the Angry Birds Online Shop, ToyWiz, eBay, and They are also available at the Angry Birds Theme Park in Finland, Malaysia, and China. 


The most iconic brand to make angry birds plushies. They have also made the most. Every plush you see on this page from "Angry Birds " to "Angry Birds Stella" was made by them. Commonwealth Toys released the first of their Angry Birds plushies in December 2010, and production on items by them halted in 2017. Also in North America, there were versions of the Commonwealth plushie's produced by Goodstuff which had the iconic "Not for retail sale" tag on their back end. However these were only used in arcades such as prizes in claw/trap door machines. In the UK, the plushies were distributed by the company Whitehouse Leisure.

The "Piggy Bank Plush" mentioned below was an unreleased plush that used NFC technology to communicate with the game. Only 3 were made.[2][3][4]

Angry Birds[]




Birdday Plush[]

Squeeze Plushes[]

Angry Birds Seasons[]





Valentine's Day[]

St. Patrick's Day[]


On Finn Ice[]
Year of The Dragon[]

Angry Birds Rio[]

Angry Birds Space[]


Angry Birds Star Wars[]



Unreleased Plushies[]

Tesco Plushies[]

In 2015, Tesco released some Angry Birds Star Wars plushies, which were like the original set but not as high quality.

Angry Birds Star Wars II[]

Birds (Never Released)[]

Pigs (Never Released)[]

Angry Birds Go! (Never Released)[]

These plush toys were featured at a handful of toy shows around 2014, but were never released through retail stores.

Angry Birds Stella[]



College Football[]

During 2014, a few college football teams and Angry Birds collaborated to produce plush toys with Red wearing a football helmet, Chuck wearing a cap and Bomb wearing a Nordic hat. A full list of the released variants can be found here.


During 2014, the Major League Baseball association and Angry Birds collaborated to produce plush toys with Red, Chuck and Bomb. That being Red as the batter, Chuck as the pitcher and Bomb with a winter hat of the team's mascot on it. A full list of the released variants can be found here.

Promo Media[]


In the years of 2011 through around 2014, Goodstuff has been manufacturing Angry Birds plush toys for arcades and private labels as prize toys.[5] The birds and pigs in this set looked identical to the Commonwealth plushies (in the sets of Angry Birds Classic, Seasons, Rio, and Space) but they did not have any voice boxes inside of them. These variants are commonly known for their "NOT FOR RETAIL SALE" text on the back of their bottom white tags.


Gemmy Industries is a holiday decorations maker founded in 1984 and is located in Coppell, Texas. They have partnered with Rovio to make Angry Birds Holiday Inflatables and Plush Toys. They started manufacturing some of their plush toys during 2013–2014.

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Logonet Promotion[]

Logonet Promotion produced the Silver plush that was given away through competitions on Facebook in 2016 and 2019.[6][7] Logonet-Promotion produced several other toons plushies (Red, Stella, King Pig, Minion Pig) too. They were available in 3 sizes (5", 8", 16"), or as Backpack Clips (3"). They were sold at the Angry Birds Activity Park in Johor, Malaysia, the Angry Birds Activity Park in Lappeenranta, Finland, and the Angry Birds Activity Park in Gran Canaria, Spain.

Hartz Dog Toys[]

Hartz released many different Angry Birds plush toys, with holiday-themed sets for Christmas [8] and Halloween:[9]


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A photo contest was held in 2012, and the grand prize was the Angry Birds Hartz Toys and other Hartz products. There was also one the same year for the Christmas variants.[10]

Known Winners[]

1371Cupcake on YouTube (placing unknown, maybe around 2nd or 3rd place.)

Mighty Mojo[]

On September 13 and 14 of 2022, it was announced that Mighty Mojo would continue the line of Angry Birds plush toys.[11] The first wave of these plush toys (Red, Chuck, Bomb, The Blues, Stella, Mighty Eagle, Minion Pigs, Foreman Pig) will be accessible through sites such as Amazon and the official Angry Birds website.[12]

On November 10 of the same year a Retail Merchandiser Magazine entry was released that included the first official look of the plush toys.[13]

On December 8, some of the plush toys were released on Amazon, and on December 13 the whole set was released on the Mighty Mojo Toys Website.[14][15][16]

The Angry Birds Movie[]


Commonwealth originally produced the first line of Angry Birds Movie plush toys, such as pencil toppers, bag clips, 5", 7" and 11" variants.

Toy Factory[]

Toy Factory started production on Angry Birds plush toys around 2017 to promote The Angry Birds Movie.[17]



Spin Master[]

Spin Master produced plushes for the characters in The Angry Birds Movie. There were only plush toys made for Red, Chuck, Bomb, Terence, Leonard and Ross in this set.[18]




Jazwares produced a series of character plush based on the movies/Dream Blast.

Sonic Drive-In[]

During the 2016 Sonic Convention,[19][20] it was possible to purchase a "Tot Plush" that was produced by C3BrandMarketing and made to resemble Red. It sat a 4 inches and was speculated that the plush cost around $5–10 USD for the employees that attended.


In 2016 for the release of The Angry Birds Movie, H&M and Rovio collaborated to produce a limited edition plush toy of Red.[21] This plush toy also came with a Bird Code on its tush tag to use in Angry Birds Action!.

The Angry Birds Movie 2[]

Whitehouse Leisure[]

Whitehouse Leisure manufactured and distributed these Angry Birds Movie 2 plushies (mainly in Europe)


Cinemark did a promo where at their theaters you can buy 3 special edition Angry Birds Movie 2 plush toys, which included Red in a ball, Vincent and Zoe.[22]


GSC (Golden Screen Cinemas) is similar to Cinemark, but they do more movie promotions and hosts French film festivals. They released a plethora of ABM2 hatchling keychain plushies that promoted the movie.

Burger King[]

In April 2021, Burger King and Rovio announced that they would be releasing 9 different plush balls of the characters from The Angry Birds Movie 2, including Red, Chuck, Bomb, Matilda, Silver, Stella, The Blues, Vincent, and Mighty Eagle. So far they are only available in the United States and Australia for a limited time until June 2021. After that, Burger King discontinued the plushes and promotions and moved on to the next promotion and toys.

Box Sets[]


MZB Imagination produced a range of 2" plush, sold as Fuzzy Feather Flingers.



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There was a deal when using VISA at Changi airport in Singapore in Christmas 2011, which offered several exclusive Angry Birds plushes:[23]

There was an Angry Birds Space exhibition at Changi airport in Singapore in Christmas 2012, which offered several exclusive Angry Birds Space plushes:[24]


Furyu produced a few Angry Bird and Pig plush, which were sold in Japan:

Lottery Plush Hangers

The designs used in Japan are completely different, compared to plush toys in other regions.

Several other Angry Birds plushes were available as lottery prizes in Japan, through various shops. promotions:[25]


These plush toys were manufactured in late 2012 - early 2013 and were exclusively released in Japan.

Hockey Bird[]

NeH produced a Hockey Bird plush in Finland, which was released in several different sizes.


McDonald's released eight small plush in Brazil and Guatemala, using Angry Birds Toons designs through a promotion in November 2015.[26][27] Then in Panama and Mexico in December of that same year.[28]

McDonald's released six small plush in boxes in China, through a promotion in October 2012.[29]


Sunwoo released several bulkier plush in South Korea in three sizes:[30]

Sunwoo also released the Angry Birds Space plush, using more unique designs:

TCC Global[]

TCC Global produced several Angry Bird and Pig plush, which were available in Asia and Europe through various promotions. They are also sold in Angry Birds Adventure Golf gift shops. Red and Bubbles can also be found on Rovio's official amazon page.

TCC Global added two more Angry Birds plush in the second wave of promotions:

There were also a handful of Movie-designed plush toys.


Around January 2016, The company SHUOYA released 7 plushies based off the Angry Birds Toons designs of the characters, including Red, Chuck, Bomb, Matilda, The Blues, Stella, and a Minion Pig. They were only released around Korea and China on online retailers, Angry Birds Play Center in Ponte 16 Macau, and Angry Birds Juice and Tea. They are still being sold today at Angry Birds Play Center.





Hunter Leisure/Toy Factory[]

In 2020 for the 10th anniversary of Angry Birds, Toy Factory (in the United States) [31] and Hunter Leisure (Australia & surrounding area) [32] released plush toys of Red, Chuck, Bomb, Stella, Matilda and Minion Pigs for $19.99 each. On release, the Toy Factory variants had rectangular tags, only came in 2 size (5 inch and 8 inch) and were only found in arcade claw machines, but soon were added to eBay listings and 3rd party sites to sell off extra stock. For the Hunter Leisure variety, they had circular tags and came in three sizes (5 inch, 8 inch and 12 inch).