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Famous Disneyland Candy Canes are Back

23 November 2012 No Comment

One of Disneyland’s most beloved holiday traditions kicks off today, as hand made candy canes go on sale at the parks.  But this year, due to rising popularity and demand, the special treats will be made at both Disneyland Park and Disney’s California Adventure. Guests to Disneyland Park can find the treats at the Candy Palace, while California Adventure goers can line up at Trolley Treats.

Each year, competition is fierce to bring home the treats, which retailed in 2012 for $12.95 each. This year, freshly made candy canes will be made as many as four days per week in each of the parks, and wristbands will be handed out to distinguish who will take the treats home.

If you are interested in snagging a Disneyland candy cane, check out these dates, when batches will be made daily:

2012 Disneyland Candy Cane Dates

Disneyland’s Candy Palace Dates:
November 23 (8:00am park opening)
November 26 (10:00am park opening)
November 30 (8:00am park opening)
December 3 (9:00am park opening)
December 10 (9:00am park opening)
December 14 (8:00am park opening)
December 17 (8:00am park opening)
December 21 (8:00am park opening)
December 23 (8:00am park opening)
December 24 (8:00am park opening)

Disney California Adventure Trolley Treats Dates:
November 24 (8:00am park opening)
November 27 (10:00am park opening)
December 1 (8:00am park opening)
December 4 (9:00am park opening)
December 8 (8:00am park opening)
December 11 (9:00am park opening)
December 15 (8:00am park opening)
December 18 (8:00am park opening)
December 22 (8:00am park opening)
December 25 (8:00am park opening)

*Please note that these dates are subject to change. Additional dates may be added.

Forty wristbands per batch will be given out on “candy cane days” with three batches each day.

Will you be attempting to snag a Disneyland Candy Cane? Leave us a comment below, and good luck!


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