Snoop on the Stoop Is a Must-Have Holiday Decoration: Where to Buy the Christmas Elf Doll

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Elf on a Shelf season is upon us, but the cute little Christmas Elf doll is facing some friendly competition in the form of Snoop on the Stoop.

The 12-inch Snoop Dogg plush is back in stock for the holidays, although there’s no telling how long it’ll be around. The officially licensed Snoop on the Stoop Christmas Elf ($49.99) is available at Amazon and it’s already gaining steam with over 4,000 purchases in the last month. The doll could go out of stock as we get closer to Christmas.

Walmart also sells a Snoop Dogg Christmas Elf Doll ($24.98) that has been flying off the shelves. Over 1,000 Walmart shoppers purchased the Snoop Dogg Christmas Elf on Tuesday (Nov. 14).

Snoop Dogg Snoop on a Stoop Christmas Elf Doll


When it comes to the holidays, early bird shopping puts you first in line for to score holiday goodies like Christmas decorations, stocking stuffers, White Elephant gifts, and holiday gifts at a discount. You also don’t have to worry about things going out of stock when you shop early. And Snoop on the Stoop makes a good gift option or stocking stuff (fun for all ages).

The Christmas collectible is outfitted in festive gear, but with a Snoop Dogg twist. The doll rocks an elf hat, a gold chain, dark sunglasses and a Snoop Dogg T-shirt.

In related news, Funko announced a new Snoop Dogg Pop! vinyl will be available on Nov. 17 exclusively at The Dogg House, Snoop’s store in Inglewood, Calif.

Purchase the Snoop on the Stoop Christmas Elf Doll here.

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