The holidays have officially arrived at Disneyland Resort! Believe…In Holiday Magic fireworks will light up the night sky, A Christmas Fantasy Parade will make its way down Main Street, U.S.A., and the incredibly popular Festival of Holidays has returned to Disney California Adventure Park. Guests will be able to celebrate the merriest time of year until January 9 with a ton of festive treats and sweets and be able to purchase some truly great merchandise along the way.
While there is always a lot of great merchandise to look at every single day, there are some pieces that are more popular with Guests than others. In fact, it seems that some merchandise even has a cult-like following — like the incredibly popular popcorn buckets. Over the years, Disney has come out with a number of fun and creative popcorn buckets, including one that looks like the Millennium Falcon, Mickey Mouse dressed up as a mummy for Halloween, and even an alien from Toy Story dressed up in his Christmas pajamas.
Every year, Disneyland fans wait to see what adorable new popcorn bucket Disney will release for the holiday season, and once they are out, the buckets typically sell out pretty fast. For the past couple of years, Disney has released jingle bell popcorn buckets in the shape of Mickey heads, in addition to the Christmas alien and Mickey and friends around a Christmas tree.
This year, Disney opted not for the jingle bells, but for a bucket that goes perfect with the Toy Story alien. For this holiday season, Guests can fund Buzz and Woody stacking blocks that wish everyone “Happy Holidays”. Instagram user Gothic Rosie shared photos of the brand-new bucket, courtesy of Hidden Mickey, and it did not disappoint.
NEW HOLIDAY POPCORN BUCKET?
Found on Pixar Pier for $25.
Thanks to my Hidden Mickey for the snap?and details???!
If you are heading down to the Disneyland Resort, be sure to pick up yours ASAP, as these are sure to sell out fast! You can find the holiday popcorn buckets in Pixar Pier, as well as at the popcorn stands by Carthay Circle Restaurant and Soarin’.