The Disney Parks Blog unveiled some “Spelltacular” new merchandise for the upcoming Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. The after hours event takes place at the Magic Kingdom and will run from August 25 till November 1, 2017. The Sanderson Sisters are featured on a bunch of items, including a light up ornament, t-shirts, and more. Here are some of the hauntingly fun items for this years event.
This year there will be a glow-in-the-dark Magicband featuring Mickey and friends. This special band will be in a decorate chocolate scented box, and limited to 4,000 pieces. There will also be a Sanderson Sisters Magicband available.
There will be Mickey t-shirts, a limited release pin, and a light-up pumpkin ornament.
Annual passholders can look forward to a t-shirt and limited edition pin featuring Hades from Hercules.
The Disney villains take center stage during the Hocus Pocus Villains Spectactular stage show and now in a pin set! Each pin features a villain and a cauldron. When you open the cauldron there are other characters from their movie inside.
Select pins will be sold as individual limited edition pins, each with an edition size of 5,400. These pins will also be sold in a boxed set (1,000 edition size) and a framed set (300 edition size), each containing limited edition completer pins.
Finally, there will be a limited release mystery pin set featuring different Disney characters dressed up for Halloween. Each box will contain two random pins. There will be 12 pins in the collection, including four limited edition chaser pins (1,000 edition size each).
Where can you buy such wonderous items? I’m glad you asked. According to the Disney Parks Blog you can find them in the following locations:
The best locations to find these items during the event is Emporium on Main Street, U.S.A. and Big Top Souvenirs in the Storybook Circus area of New Fantasyland. Frontier Trading Post in Frontierland will also offer the event pins.
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Source: Disney Parks Blog