This Celebi wasdistributed at stops during a Swedish Celebi Tour. The overall distribution period was from February 11 to March 18, 2002. It was also given away to players who mailed their game cartridges to Club Nintendo, Box 10256, 43423 KUNGSBACKA from February to March 9, 2002.
This Celebi was distributed at various locations throughout Europe as part of the Celebi Tour. In the United Kingdom, it was distributed at Toys "R" Us stores from August 23 to 29, 2001. In Germany, it was distributed in various cities from September 6 to 17, 2001. In Spain, it wasdistributed in various cities from October 6 to 13, 2001. In Belgium, it was distributed at Six Flags Belgium in Wavre from October 20 to 21, 2001. In the Netherlands, it was distributed at Kidsworld which was located at Jaarbeurs in Utrecht from October 27 to 29, 2001. In France, it was distributed at the Children's meetup Salon event at Bois de Vincennes in the Parc Floral de Vincennes garden in Paris from October 31 to November 4, 2001.
Additionally, at these locations, players couldparticipate in a challenge to become a Nintendo Official Celebi Distributor. The first 64 players to complete a challenge against the computer in Pokémon Stadium 2 received a distribution cartridge (Pokémon Gold or Silver). Each distribution cartridge contained 20 Celebi with the original Trainer CTOUR. Successful players (or their parents if under 16) had to sign an agreement, and were given a distribution cartridge, which they would be entered into a drawing to receive a prize if they returned it by a specific date. The drawing was conducted two weeks after the return date. The prize in at least two cases in Belgium was a copy of Pokemon Crystal one day before launch. Visitors could also complete their Pokémon Flippo collection.
The first prize of the Pokémon Stadium 2 championships was a Game Boy Advance with Super Mario Advance, F-Zero Maximum Velocity, kurukuru kururin and Mario Kart Super Circuit, a Game Boy Advance t-shirt and pet, and free software published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance for a year. The second prize was a Game Boy Advance with Super Mario Advance and Mario Kart Super Circuit, and a Game Boy Advance t-shirt and pet. The third prize was a Nintendo 64 Mario Pak with Pokémon Stadium 2. And the fourth prize was a Game Boy Color with Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons.
This Celebi wasdistributed to players who brought their Pokémon Gold, Silver, or Crystal game cartridge to the Pokémon Fun Fest at Six Flags Theme Parks across the United States and Canada. The overall distribution period was August 4 to September 9, 2001.
This promotion gave away no more than 251 Celebi. 251 prizes were given away, but players who did not have a Pokémon Gold or Silver game cartridge received a T-shirt instead. Players needed to submit an application to Nintendo Power by August 1, 2001 for a chance to win Celebi. Winners were drawn on August 15, 2001, and successful entrants were notified by mail by September 15, 2001. The contest was open to residents of the United States and Canada (except Puerto Rico and Quebec).
The Celebi Sweepstakes gaveaway no more than 251 Celebi; 251 prizes were given away, but players who did not have a Pokémon game cartridge received a T-shirt instead. Players needed to fill out a survey and provide a valid email address to enter (only one entry was permitted per email address), with this closing on August 1, 2001. These sweepstakes were open to all residents of the United States and Canada, except those in Puerto Rico and Quebec.