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New Halloween Food Merchandise Coming to the Disney Parks this Fall

9 August 2018 No Comment

halloween picThere’s a new slate of spooky and creepy Halloween-themed merchandise coming to Disneyland and Walt Disney World this fall.

Guests will find a new Happy Halloween 2018 Base Popcorn Bucket featuring Mickey and Minnie in their Halloween best along with Chip and Dale as cute little bats. This bucket will be available at Disneyland and the theme parks at Walt Disney World.

There is also a new base travel mug with a similar design. Guests at Disneyland will find the mug available as a non-refillable mug available across Disneyland Resort. But at Disney World the mug will be the refillable mug that is available at your resort hotel during the duration of your stay.

At Disney California Adventure guests will find the park-exclusive Disney California Adventure Oogie Boogie Base Popcorn Bucket with a spooky design featuring Oogie Boogie, the Headless Horseman, and more.

The popular Oogie Boogie popcorn bucket from 2017 is returning to Disneyland this year, and guests at Disney World will find a new version of the Oogie Boogie bucket at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (it’ll also be at Disneyland later in the fall).

A new Cauldron Premium Popcorn Bucket will also be available at Disneyland Park and at Disney Springs. And, the Poison Apple Glow Cube is also back again this year.

The Glow Cube will be available at AbracadaBAR and Jock Lindsey’s at Disney World and various locations at Disneyland. But the new purple glow cube will only be available at Carthay Circle in Disney California Adventure.

A Green Poison Apple Stein will be available at Disneyland and at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The Headless Horseman Straw returns to the Magic Kingdom and Disneyland, and a new Tire Pumpkin Straw will also be available.

This new Tire Pumpkin Straw is inspired by Halloween at Cars Land and will be available at Cozy Cone Motel and Flo’s V-8 Cafe in Disney California Adventure and quick service spots in Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and the Animal Kingdom at Disney World.


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