This card was included in the Ultra Prism expansion with artwork by Atsuko Nishida, first released in the Japanese Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon expansions. It was reprinted in the Japanese Forbidden Light expansion with artwork by Aya Kusube. The Ultra Prism print received a variant in the Sun & Moon Trainer Kit: Alolan Sandslash & Alolan Ninetales. It has a 28 in a blue circle at the bottom right of the card, which allows its deck to be sorted for a practice duel.
It was reprinted again in the Lost Thunder expansion with artwork by Sekio, first released in the Japanese Super-Burst Impact expansion. The Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon print was reprinted in each of the Japanese Eevee-GX Starter Sets. It was reprinted once again in the Hidden Fates expansion with new artwork by Hitoshi Ariga, first released in the Japanese Sun & Moon Family Pokémon Card Game set. In Japan, a SM-P Promotional print featuring the same artwork as the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon print was available as part of the Lawson Summer Campaign, which began on August 2, 2019 in conjunction with the official release of the Dream League subset. For every five booster packs purchased in one transaction at participating Lawson stores, customers would receive a special pack containing 1 of 5 possible cards. The promotion ran for as long as stocks lasted. The Ultra Prism print was later reprinted as a Confetti Holofoil in the English McDonald's Collection 2019 and as both a Non Holofoil and a Confetti Holofoil in the French McDonald's Collection 2019.
The Hidden Fates print had three variants included in the Battle Academy deck kit. Each card in the deck kit has the silhouette of its deck's signature Pokémon in the bottom right of the card, with the Charizard and Pikachu Deck cards also having numbers to order the decks. One copy of Eevee was in the Mewtwo Deck, while two numbered 26 and 36 were in the Charizard Deck.