This Mew was distributed to players who attended Nintendo UK's Pokémon Festival event, which was located at The Old Truman Brewery in London, England on November 22, 2016 between 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm. Tickets to the event were limited and were given away in various promotions. It was distributed to celebrate the release of Pokémon Sun and Moon. This Mew could only be received on the Virtual Console versions of the games.
In 2002, Club Nintendo, the official Nintendo magazine of Mexico, gave away Mew and Celebi to the readers that visited the offices with an issue of the magazine of the corresponding month along with their Game Boy and a Gen I or Gen II game (players that only brought a Gen I game could only get Mew, though).
This Mew wasdistributed using Mew machines to players at stops during the Christmas Time 2000 tour in Germany, which was also part of Pokémania. The overall distribution period was from December 5 to 20, 2000.
ThisMewwasdistributed using Mew machines to players at stops during the Pokémon Tour in Norway. The tour was run by Peak Entertainment. The overall distribution period was from November 2, 2000 to May 19, 2001.
Each Mew has its own ID number. Players who obtained a Mew from this distribution were also given a certificate of authenticity.
In Norway, players could not send their cartridges in to obtain Mew during the Pokémon Tour (which started on November 2, 2000), due to the Mew machine being used on the tour. Nintendo Norway claims to have returned the Mew machine to Japan shortly before Easter 2001 (April 15, 2001), although the Pokémon Tour continued until May 26, 2001.
In Sweden, players could send in their cartridges before the Mew on Tour event to obtain Mew before non-members, and could still send in their game cartridges even after the tour was completed. The service that allowed players to send in their cartridges to obtain Mew began sometime between September 3, 2000 and November 30, 2000 (the start of Mew on Tour).
This Mew wasdistributed to participants at the Pokémon 2000 World Championship, which was held at Pokémon Park located at the University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia from September 20 to 22, 2000. The championship was part of a 22-day event that started on September 12, 2000.
These Mew all have the following IVs: 2 HP, 6 Attack, 4 Defense, 3 Speed, and 8 Special. This is an anomaly, as most other Mew distributed in Generation I (in both European languages and Japanese) have the same IVs, which these differ from.
All people who attended the Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour could receive a Mew by downloading one from a distribution machine. These came with a certificate of authenticity, which included the Pokémon's ID number.
Canadian 'Peel & Win' sticker card (sticker peeled, successful)
The first 1,500 customers at each Toys "R" Us store across Canada received a special 'Peel & Win' sticker card from December 27 to 31, 1999. A certain number at each store contained the text "Caught Me!" underneath, which allowed players to receive a Mew from January 15 to 21, 2000.
United States 'Peel & Win' sticker card (sticker unpeeled)
The first 1,500 customers at each Toys "R" Us store around the United States received a special 'Peel & Win' sticker card on November 26, 1999. At each store, 200 contained the text "Caught Me!" underneath.
In Ohio and Michigan only, to receive a 'Peel & Win' sticker card, instead players had to mail a 3x5 piece of paper including the sender's name and address to an address in New York. Requests were limited to one per person, and had to be postmarked by November 21, 1999 and received by December 3, 1999.
Winners (player who found the text "Caught Me!") could bring their winning sticker card to the Toys "R" Us store from which they received it (indicated by a number on the back of the card) from December 8 to 12, 1999 in order to receive a Mew. In total, approximately 140,000 Mew were distributed.
In the December 1999 issue of Nintendo Power (Issue 127), Nintendo Power ran a promotion to give away up to 1,000 Mew. 1,000 winners were selected from among the applicants, but winners who did not have a Pokémon game cartridge received a T-shirt instead of Mew.
These Mew do not have the same IVs as the standard set of IVs for Mew distributions.
This promotion gave away no more than 1,000 Surfing Pikachu. 1,000 prizes were given away, but players who did not have a Pokémon game cartridge received a T-shirt instead. Players needed to submit an application to Nintendo Power for a chance to win the Surfing Pikachu.
This Mew wasdistributed using Mew machines to players who attended the Poké Tour at the various stops in Australia. There were two separate tours: the Red Tour and the Blue Tour.
It was also given away to players who mailed their game cartridges to Nintendo Australia from August 31 to October 1, 1999, with the following addressing information: Mew - 151 Pokemon Download, P.O. Box 804 Scoresby 3179.
This Mew distribution was originally revealed in the Pokémon Power Volume 6 January, 1999 issue (released in December 1998).
Nintendo Power held a giveaway to distribute Mew to 151 selected winners as the first prize, another 151 selected winners could get Game Link Cables as the second prize. To be eligible players had to send in an application by February 1, 1999. Winners were determined on February 28, 1999.