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Take 5: Holiday Merchandise at Disney Parks

posted on November 24th, 2012 by Thomas Smith, Social Media Director, Disney Parks


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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…at Disney Parks! The holiday shopping madness officially kicked off yesterday with Black Friday, and merchandise authors and enthusiasts Steven Miller and Michelle Harker are prepared to give you the best tips and tricks to holiday shopping at both the Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. From train sets and gift cards to apparel and pins, read the blog posts below to see what holiday merchandise we’re most excited about this year. What are you most looking forward to wrapping up this holiday season?

Take 5: Holiday Merchandise at Disney Parks

  1. Top Toys at Disney Parks for the Holidays – Steven Miller shares his favorite toys he found at Disney Parks this year.
  2. Merchandise at Disney California Adventure Park is Definitely One For the Road – New Cars Land merchandise is hitting Route 66 just in time for the holidays at Disney California Adventure park.
  3. Special Offers on D-Tech and Ear Hat Ornaments For The Holidays at Disney Parks – Start shopping early with these special offers on D-Tech and ear hat ornaments at Disney Parks.
  4. Discover the Perfect Holiday Treasures at the Disneyland Resort – Get your holiday shopping started at the Disneyland Resort! Here are a few suggestions that might help you cross things off your gift list and give you time to get things “wrapped up.”
  5. Holiday Stocking Memories Inspire New Disney Gift Cards at Disney Parks – Take a look at this year’s holiday-inspired Disney Gift Cards. Each card contains a limited release pin that resembles a character’s stocking.
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Tina from CA on November 24th, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Is this actually one of the hats being offered?

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Tina from CA on November 24th, 2012 at 12:56 pm

Oh, nevermind, I can see that it’s an ornament…sorry :)

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Andrew from NJ on November 24th, 2012 at 7:13 pm

I was down visiting WDW in the beginning of November. I saw lots of Christmas stuff, but I was very disappointed that I could not find one thing for Hanukkah or any other holiday that is celebrated this time of year.

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