Halloween Slap Bracelets, Glow Keychains Found at WDW
Everybody scream! Yesterday, MickeyBloggers went searching out the best new merchandise for this fall at the Walt Disney World Resort, and they found a number of frighteningly great options. Nothing says, “This is Halloween,” though quite like this new slap bracelet and a glow-in-the-dark Mickey pumpkin key chain.
A grin-grinning ghost makes a friendly appearance on this grey-backed slap bracelet, dancing his way through the candy-filled season. The Mickey pumpkin design truly captures this year’s Disney Halloween spirit. The plaid-eared jack-o-lantern is a theme throughout the entirity of this season’s collection.
This year’s addition of purple details though really adds a trendy touch!
The back of the bracelet ties in a playful block font and left us all humming the classic “Trick or Treat” song from the 1952 animated short of the same title. Those dancing pumpkins certainly do not leave Donald Duck smiling after he learns a lesson or two from witch Hazel and his nephews.
MickeyBloggers caught a surprise finding these clever bracelets at World of Disney at Disney Springs yesterday.
The stellar souvenirs sell for $9.99 a piece, making them a stellar choice to bring home to friends after your fall trip to the “World’s Most Magical Celebration,” the resort’s 50th anniversary celebration that kicks off on October 1st. Right now, the bracelets are also on sale. When one purchases three, the price per bracelet goes down to $7.00.
Glowing Pumpkins To-Go
That smiling Mickey pumpkin surprised again, popping up on a glowing keychain at the Emporium, the incredible merchandise location at the Magic Kingdom.
The darling accessory, of course, brings a ghoulish smile to the design. The keychain stands as one of the few pieces of Halloween merchandise without the plaid Mickey ear design this season.
The brightly glowing delight retails for $12.99. MickeyBlog will continue looking for more places to grab one before they sell out for the Halloween season.
With After Hours Boo Bash in full swing, we would expect these shining key chains to go quickly as a way to mark the celebration. For more Halloween shopping, check out MickeyBlog for the latest finds.