New Merchandise Revealed for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2017


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UPDATE 8/25/17: The Hocus Pocus merchandise was removed almost immediately after the first Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party that took place with no word from Disney as to why.

Guests visiting the Magic Kingdom on select nights between August 25th and November 1st for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party can enjoy new limited edition merchandise for the after-hours event.

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Sure to be a fan favorite is the glow-in-the-dark MagicBand with Mickey and friends in their Halloween costumes (seen above). There will only be 4,000 of these limited edition MagicBands sold for the Party and the boxed set will feature a chocolate scent.

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There will be another limited edition MagicBand themed around the Sanderson Sisters. Both have the new MagicBand 2 design, which is even more customizable.


The collection also comprises an expanded line of Sanderson Sisters merchandise, including a light up ornament and tote bag among many other items.

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There is also a variety of logo t-shirts and a light up pumpkin ornament.

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The merchandise includes a wide variety of new and limited edition pins, such as the limited release logo pin and limited edition pin featuring Hades, from Hercules.

Along with Hades, each villain featured in this year’s “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” will have their own pin with a cauldron that can be opened to reveal an iconic scene from their respective movie.

Select pins will be sold as individual limited edition pins with limited completer pins. There will be only 5,400 of each pin, 1,000 boxed sets of each pin, and 300 framed sets of each pin.

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There’s also a limited release 12-pin mystery set featuring iconic Disney characters in Halloween costumes. The set includes 4 limited edition chaser pins and 2 randomly selected pins.

Guests can purchase this set at the Emporium (Main Street U.S.A.), Big Top Souvenirs (Storybook Circus, Fantasyland) and the Frontier Trading Post (Frontierland).

Source/Image: Disney Parks Blog





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