We get sucked into purchasing Disneyland merchandise way too often…or not often enough? Ha! Actually we try to budget/limit ourselves, but sometimes, when we see an item that we KNOW will sell out, we try to snag it!
We LOVE sharing items we find from the parks, (especially if they’re unique) with you! Check out our hashtag #mkmparkproducts on Instagram to see some of the favorites we’ve shared. Also, follow along on our Instagram for more products/merchandise updates from the parks!
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Below are some of our favorite items we’ve shared.
Left: Balloons! Worth all $9 in our opinion! These balloons last for quite awhile (a couple months)! The best part is, if your balloon pops or a part of it deflates during your visit, you can exchange at any balloon vendor FREE OF CHARGE! Balloon vendors accept cash only and don’t typically start selling balloons until mid-afternoon.
Right: Classic Mickey ears. These are our most treasured souvenir! Our parents kept ours from when we were kids and we will do the same for our kids! Not only do littles look adorable in these ears, but the cost for the ears and embroidery is under $20! The are so many ears available, but we love the classics. They come in black, pink and red in “infant” size (our kids still wear infant size and they have big heads! Ha!) and black, pink, red and blue for adults. You can find ears at The Mad Hatter on Main Street, The Mad Hatter in Fantasyland, The Briar Patch in Critter Country, Le Petit Chalet in Fantasyland across from the Matterhorn, Star Trader in Tomorrowland for your Star Wars ears and Pioneer Mercantile in Frontierland. At California Adventure you can find ears at Los Feliz Five & Dime on Buena Vista Street and Gone Hollywood in Hollywood Land (Marvel ears). All ears also available at the World of Disney in Downtown Disney.
Top left: It’s a Small World Hand Sanitizer available at the Emporium on Main Street, the It’s a Small World Gift Shop and World of Disney in Downtown Disney.
Top right: Dinglehopper hairbrush available at Embarcadero Gifts in California Adventure and Fairy Tale Treasures in Fantasy Faire in Disneyland.
Bottom: Starbucks “You Are Here” Collection mug available at Starbucks in the Market House on Main Street. California Adventure version available at Starbucks in Fiddler, Fifer and Practical Cafe on Buena Vista Street.
Left: Wall-E and Eve Mugs available at China Closet on Main Street, Pooh Corner in Critter Country, Julius Katz & Sons on Buena Vista Street in California Adventure and World of Disney in Downtown Disney. Also available as a set is Beauty and the Beast and Lady and the Tramp.
Right: Disneyland Railroad keychain available at the Emporium on Main Street, Los Feliz Five & Dime on Buena Vista Street in California Adventure and World of Disney in Downtown Disney.
Top Left: Disneyland Spirit Jersey in coral, teal, black and navy – this item was SO popular at the parks that they sold out within a few days! There are plans for a restock, so be sure to follow along on instagram for that information!
Top Right: Disneyland Trash Can Salt & Pepper Shakers! How cute are these?! You can find these at China Closet on Main Street, Julius Katz & Sons on Buena Vista Street in California Adventure and World of Disney in Downtown Disney.
Bottom: Cars Postcards. We LOVE these! Such a fun subtle and unique Disney decoration for a kiddo’s room! You can find them at Radiator Springs Curious in Cars Land.