Several merchandising based on characters and items from the Raving Rabbids series have been produced.
"Bunny Gonzales" figurine
This figurine was once available to buy from the now defunct Ubi Art store as a means to promote the release of Rayman Raving Rabbids in 2006, until 2009 when it became unavailable before the store disappeared - at least two statues are known to be owned by members of the fanbase. It is a resin figurine that depicts Rayman riding on the back of a large Rabbid, while wearing the Goth costume from said game. It is the last figuring based on Rayman himself to have been manufactured, before a large amount of Rabbids merchandise became available.
French Rabbid wallet
In 2011, this wallet was manufactured and sold in France. It is unknown if this wallet was distributed to another countries.
In 2012, a brand of toothpaste named Aquafresh (Signal in France) promoted in the Iberian Peninsula the Rabbids Invade Sports collection by gifting for free two cards, a Rabbid figure, the instructions panflet of the card game and a Rabbids Go Home panflet with the buying of an Aquafresh Junior elixir, or an Aquafresh Junior toothbrush or an Aquafresh Junior toothpaste. A similar promotion was done in French territory.
Rabbids have appeared in a number of types of printed media, such as comics, magazines and calenders.
Rabbids Fan Club magazine
In 2011, a free magazine was handed out to those in the United Kingdom and Ireland who signed up to the official Rabbids fan club. As of 2012 only three issues were published and delivered to the club's members, the first in February 2011, the second in June 2011, and the last in December 2011, though it is currently unknown whether or not the fan club is officially defunct.
In 2012, the authors Thitaume and Pujol released comic book of the Rabbids named Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! with approximately 50 pages and in the French and German languages. It is sold in France and Germany, only. A sequel named Invasion was released by endings of 2012.
All About Rabbids
In October 2012, it was announced on the official Rabbids Facebook page that a new magazine, titled All About Rabbids, would be published and sold in the United Kingdom, with a format similar to that of the Fan club magazine. The first issue was available between the 31st October and the 27th November.