Say a Big ‘Ciao Bella’ to this NEW Italy-Inspired Magic Band
Our MickeyBlogger Elyssa is at EPCOT today where she popped over to the Italy Pavilion to get a first look at this stylish new Minnie MagicBand.
You’ll definitely want to hop on your Vespa and head over to the Italy Pavilion to pick up one of these beauties!
The limited edition bands come in a beautiful collector’s box featuring Minnie looking ready for her Roman holiday!
The box says “Saluti Di Italia” which translates into “Greetings from Italy!”
The bottom of the box features a fun contrasting polka dot design.
As you can see the band retails for $39.99.
Shall we look inside!?
The MagicBand itself does not disappoint.
It features a black band with a bright red puck.
The artwork is super stylish and fabulously retro.
One side features a cute graphic of Minnie enjoying the Mediterranean sun!
The other side features a skyline of the Italy Pavilion.
This band is a limited edition run and only 500 have been made.
That means if you love it as much as we do then you’ll definitely want to pop by and get yours while supplies last!
We love the way that the World Showcase at EPCOT has been introducing special merchandise to each of the countries!
If you’ll be visiting EPCOT this Summer you’ll definitely want to take time to wander around and see what treasures you can find!
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