PHOTOS! Orange and Golden Yellow Mickey Balloons Are Now Available in Disney World

One of our favorite moments in Disney World is when we start to walk down Main Street, smell the baked goods in the shops, and pick up a Mickey Balloon as a souvenir.

New Years Balloons in Magic Kingdom

While we’ve seen Mickey Balloons in various shapes, sizes, themes, and colors over the years, a seasonal favorite has made a more permanent home in the parks today!

Although Orange Mickey Balloons usually pops up in the Magic Kingdom during the Fall months and Halloweentime, they have officially made their way into the park as a full-time option for guests!

Orange Mickey Balloon

The vibrant balloon is an adorable accessory to take home with you as a reminder of the Happiest Place on Earth every time you look at it.

Orange Mickey Balloon

Plus, we were also told that Disney had also replaced “Sunshine Yellow” with a new “Golden Yellow” Balloon instead during our visit!

Golden Yellow Mickey Balloon

While we’ll keep an eye out for additional balloons and other entertainment in the parks, we’ll show you all the must-have merchandise that you’re going to want to pick up on your next Disney vacation!

Take a look at the interactive paint-by-number mural at the EPCOT Festival of the Arts here!

Have you ever purchased a Mickey Balloon? Let us know in the comments below! 

Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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  1. Don’t mean to sound sarcastic but I’d imagine Disney has a ton of inventory that was pre-ordered before Covid hit that went unsold due to lower guest numbers. You will notice many park only items now available for online sales. This is one area that I feel sorry for Disney on. Business requires preparing for future sales and Covid yanked the rug out from under a lot of plans. I wouldn’t be shocked to hear that there are truck loads of Halloween party T-Shirts and pins and quite possibly even Christmas party shirts and pins that a most likely worthless outdated merchandise. Don’t be surprised if we see less “dated” merch in the future as Disney attempts to prevent loss from possible future closures.