PHOTOS: The Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket Has Returned With a Wintery Makeover in Disney World

The clock has struck midnight on Halloween…and now the parks at Disney World are ready for Christmas!

Twice Upon a Cupcake

That’s right, we’re getting the holiday spirit on early this year, with festive decorations, tasty treats, and now new merchandise to celebrate the holiday season!

Last year, Disney brought out a Mickey Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket, which notably lit up!

Mickey Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket

This year, that same popcorn bucket has gotten a bit of a makeover, with a white Christmas tree instead! (Cue the chorus of oohs and ahhs!)

White Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket

The popcorn bucket may look a little different than last year’s with Mickey AND Minnie decorated the tree…

Mickey and Minnie

…along with a festive lanyard that has different Mickey Christmas cookies all around it!

Holiday Lanyard

The lights still light up on the popcorn bucket (yay!), which has a button at the top of the bucket to let you either make those lights blink or remain on throughout the night.

White Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket

You can find the new popcorn bucket at Disney’s Hollywood Studios for $25, but it may also make its way into the rest of the Disney World parks soon. We’ll keep you updated on any other spots we find it as we make our way around to experience the holiday magic!

What do you think of the updated Christmas tree popcorn bucket? Let us know in the comments below!

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6 Replies to “PHOTOS: The Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket Has Returned With a Wintery Makeover in Disney World”

  1. Why are they sold out already and the cat member says to go to eBay. There should be a limit on how many you buy if they are sold out in 10 days

    1. They are sold out because all of the eBay profiteers have bought as many as they can so that they can sell them for double the price. It would be nice if eBay sellers would buy them and then sell them to people who can’t make it to the parks for a fare price. Which in my opinion would be cost plus shipping and maybe 10%. Hopefully WDW parks will be resupplied soon.