Inside you can find things like create your own popcorn mix, slushies, desserts covered in Skittles, and more. And, today a brand new item landed in the shop for Disney World’s 50th Anniversary, but you’re going to have to shell out some big bucks if you want to get your hands on this candy!
Since reopening, the Main Street Confectionery has featured a special 50th-anniversary display with specially packaged popcorn, lollipops, and more. And, today we spotted new Mickey and Minnie-shaped M&M containers filled with sparkling M&Ms!
One container is designed after Mickey Mouse…
…and another features Minnie’s iconic red polka-dotted bow.
And, they’re not filled with any average M&M, they’re filled with M&Ms that have the 50th-anniversary logo and look like they’re sparkling…or at least they’re supposed to.
From afar, these little chocolate candies fit right into the gold(ish) color scheme that Disney World has featured for its big birthday, but up close…it’s a bit more splotchy.
And, these specialty M&Ms don’t come cheap — they cost $39.99 (!!). That’s a hefty price for some chocolate candies that come in a Disney container.
For comparison, you can get almost the same amount of M&Ms (11.8oz) for only $6.49 when you purchase the regular candies sold at the Main Street Confectionery…
…or you could even customize your own M&Ms in the store for less than half the price. M&Ms are part of the bulk candy section of the store, so you can create your own 1-pound bag (16oz) for only $12.99.
So, you can save quite a bit if you opt to forego the 50th-anniversary packaging, but if you can’t resist the cute Mickey and Minnie-shaped packaging, then you can stop by the Main Street Confectionery to pick it up for yourself!
And, we’ll continue to keep an eye out for more new treats throughout Disney World, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!
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