Disney keeps coming out with amazing new merchandise collections!
From the first look at the new merchandise for Tron Lightcycle / Run, the newest doll inspired by the upcoming live-action Little Mermaid, to the perfect Minnie Ears for Hollywood Studios, it may cause you to hurt financially. Now, Disney has released even more merchandise that will have you running to the bank!
Over in EPCOT, we found even more merchandise that has our hearts! The newest addition to the Disney100 Decades collection just launched this morning so we were extra excited when we found it in Creations.
First, we found the Mickey Mouse The Band Concert Loungefly for $88! This mini backpack is inspired by the 1930s short, The Band Concert.
This short was the first Mickey Mouse cartoon in color so we were excited to see this item. The back of the bag even features the logo from the cartoon.
Next, we found this Three Little Pig Plush Set for $44.99! This set includes Fiddler Pig, Fifer Pig, and Practical Pig. Each plush is 11 inches tall and they all come in a 100 Decades dustbag!
Finally, we noticed this Clarabell Cow and Horace Horsecollar Pin Set for $29.99.
This pin set is inspired by the 1930 cartoon, The Shindig, and is one of the limited edition items from this collection. The 1930s Decade collection also features a limited edition MagicBand and Snow White-inspired Minnie Ears which you can order online now. You can be sure we will keep you up to date on those items once they hit the parks!
We found this merchandise in the Creations Shop over at EPCOT and Big Top Souvenirs in Magic Kingdom. If you’re not headed to the parks anytime soon, no worries! This entire collection is available online right now. Make sure to keep following AllEars for all of the latest Disney World merchandise news and updates.
Check out this collection online HERE!
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