We are so excited that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party nights are officially underway at Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World! With the return of this popular event, also means that there will be a ton of great merchandise for sale, too! The party events will run on select nights from August 17th through October 31st, 2018. This gives you lots of opportunities to check out all of these great items (plus all of the great treats that we previously posted about)! Check out some of the great stuff that you can find, below!
“Guests who grew up watching the Sanderson Sisters in Disney’s ‘Hocus Pocus’ every Halloween will love merchandise saluting the film’s 25th Anniversary,” explained Cathy Dawson, product developer for Walt Disney World Events. “From apparel to a Passholder exclusive tote bag, these items are a great way to remember both the motion picture and the wonderful ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular’ stage show hosted by the sisters during the party.”
Isn’t all of this Hocus Pocus merchandise fantastic? The shirts are are fantastic and we can’t get over the adorable mug! It is all so cute and fun.
Of course there will be a lot of the usual themed party merchandise including clothing and even an ornament. There is also a variety of Annual Passholder merchandise like a special shirt and an Orange Bird collectible pin.
Check out this villain-inspired boxed pin set. There are 12 pins in the collection and each of the boxes will contain two randomly selected pins. The set includes four limited edition chaser pins, too!
You definitely won’t want to miss the amazing MagicBand. It is a limited edition MagicBand that only has an edition size of 4,000. The box for the band features glow-in-the-dark ink.
If you are looking for these event items during the party, then you will want to check out the following locations:
- Emporium – Main Street, U.S.A.
- Big Top Souvenirs – Storybook Circus, New Fantasyland
- Frontier Trading Post – Frontierland (event pins)
Which of these amazing items would you most like to have?
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