Hey Disney Fans!
Who loves a good bargain?I know I do!! Especially a Disney bargain.
I was completely surprised recently while swinging by the Dollar Tree at how much Disney themed merchandise they had!!
The selection was literally big enough that there is something Disney available for anyone’s needs!! Let’s take a look at some of the stuff I found.
Toiletries. Who doesn’t need toiletries?
Perfect for travel, school backpacks or everyday needs. I found Disney themed tissue packs, a travel Q-Tip Nemo case, bath bubbles, and towels.
Looking to go Green?
They had a wall of reusable shopping totes. Aside from just shopping I’ve used them as gift bags, beach bags, and perfect for car trips.
Throwing a party?
They had a wall of Disney themed plates, invites, cups, and goodie bag materials.
Planning a trip or returning from one?
I found super cute magnetic picture frames that could hold your favorite vacation photos.
I also found magnetic white boards. What kid wouldn’t love a white board on their door? I know I loved mine as a kid. As a bonus, it can be used as a way for the family to countdown for your upcoming Disney vacation!
Just as I was leaving the store I was super surprised to find Disney journals! Yes I bought some. I had too…..the autograph journals I’ve found in the past have cost a lot more then $1. These are adorable, but the only drawback I found was that they have lined pages. We can get around that though. :0) My kiddos have used them to create packing lists. Write down favorite memories & decorate pages for characters to sign.
Need a Rainy Day Activity?
The store had a ton of puzzles, crafts, figures, and even Disney themed educational flashcards. In short it was a super cheap, quick and easy way for me to create a rainy day Disney themed activity box for the kiddos. If the sun comes out, don’t worry, they had a Dory kite too.
At risk of sounding like a walking advertisement for the Dollar Tree, I’m going to wrap up this post. Basically, I was psyched to find such diverse Disney themed merchandise for such a bargain.
Make sure to check out a Dollar Tree/Dollar Store near you for fun (and inexpensive) Disney themed merchandise!
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Around Disney and Universal, like Kissimmee or even around Orlando, you can go into the tourist looking shops and get some really good things for cheap.
I found about 10 of the old style trading pins in one of these in Kissimmee about three years ago and didn’t even pay $10. The bins that they’re kept it have some rare/harder-to-find pins that you can’t find at Disney. When you have a lanyard that’s about 3/4′ long with pins from 2004, 2006, and some pretty rare/collectible ones; you find some cheaper ones to trade with employees at the parks.
Thanks for the tip Stephanie! We’ll have to check that out next time 🙂