Disney Teases New Annual Passholder Magnet

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Disney Annual Passholder magnets have become a highly sought-after collector’s item among Disney enthusiasts. These exclusive magnets are typically given out to Annual Passholders at various events or as special promotions. They often feature iconic Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, or Donald Duck, adding a touch of magic to any refrigerator or magnetic surface.

Collectors often proudly display their assortment of Passholder magnets as a symbol of their love for Disney and as a testament to their loyalty as pass holders.

Now, fans are feeling excited after Disney began teasing the subject of the new magnet…

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New Year, New Magnet

Passholder magnets not only serve as decorative pieces but also hold sentimental value for many Disney fans. Each magnet is a tangible reminder of memorable visits to the parks, special experiences, and the sense of community that comes with being a part of the Disney Passholder family. They also create a sense of exclusivity and camaraderie among pass-holders, who often bond over their shared passion for all things Disney.

Moreover, the trend of collecting Disney passholder magnets has grown significantly in recent years, with fans patiently waiting for the new magnet releases. Social media platforms and online forums have further fueled the excitement around Passholder magnets, providing a platform for fans to showcase their collections as a way of remembering their years as Annual Passholders.

In anticipation of a new Disney magnet drop, the company likes to tease fans about who the magnet’s subject could be. Past subjects have included Figment, Orange Bird, Hei Hei, and many other iconic Disney characters.

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Disney Teases Upcoming Subject

Earlier today, Disney dropped a major hint about the next Magnet character, and fans already think they have it figured out. Disney World Passholders on Facebook shared the following post, hinting at what character will grace the magnet.

While nothing has been confirmed, it seems that all signs are pointing towards Stitch being the next magnet for Annual Passholders! Known for his loveable and mischievous nature, this vandalism seems to point towards the iconic Lilo and Stitch character. With a live-action film in the works at Disney, this decision totally makes sense.

Overall, Disney passholder magnets are not just decorative souvenirs but cherished mementos that hold a special place in the hearts of Disney fans. Whether it’s adding a touch of magic to a kitchen or serving as a reminder of unforgettable Disney experiences, these magnets play a unique role in bringing joy and nostalgia to pass holders around the world. Only time will tell who will grace the next magnet, but whatever it is, fans are sure it will be special!

About Eva Miller

Eva was born and raised in the beautiful state of Oregon but has since relocated and lives in New York City. Since she was young, Eva has loved to perform in musicals, especially Disney ones! Through performing, Disney’s music became the soundtrack of her childhood. Today, Eva loves to write about all the exciting happenings for the Walt Disney Company. In her free time, Eva loves to travel, spend time in nature, and go to Broadway shows. Her favorite Disney movie is 'Lilo and Stitch,' and her favorite Park is Disney's Animal Kingdom.

One comment

  1. I don’t think it’s fair that Disney does not send out passholders the new magnets. If you live outside of Florida, you do not get the option of getting one. It’s not like you can arrange your visit for when they drop. We pay at lot more for our pass than Florida residents, so we should at least have the option of buying it if they are not going to mail us one.

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