Yawn, Part 2 will come tomorrow. This is most of the stuff at Mouse Gear at Epcot.
It’s not Halloween anymore, which can only mean one thing. It’s Christmas! This is most of the merchandise available for the holidays this year. I was sort of overstaying my welcome at Mouse Gear this morning tip toeing around other customers and cast members for an hour taking pictures. I’ll report back on more stuff and more pricing over the next few days. This should give you a pretty good head start. Keep in mind that most of the Halloween stuff sold fairly quickly to the point where most everything was sold out by the middle of October. I’ve included pricing and upc codes where available. AllEars has very good information on how to order by phone/email/fax (really, fax?) should you see something you “must have” and either won’t be visiting over the holidays or won’t be visiting until further into December. See this: http://allears.net/tp/mailorder.htm. This stuff isn’t going to sell out tomorrow, I just want you to be aware that everything may not be fully stocked come December.
A couple zoomed out pictures:
Walls of stuff.
Cute plaid onesie – wish they made these in size large adult male. Toddlers get all the good stuff!! And they can’t even pick it out!! And they don’t even care what they’re wearing!! Not fair. At all.
A bigger pajama set.
One of few longsleeve items. This is a thermal knit.
Milk and Cookie Set:
Milk for Josh. Cookies for Josh. What, no personalization?
A man-onesie? A halfsie?
Looks like a tablecloth with arms.
Gingerbread Cookie Mix:
Not bad with the Mickey cookie cutter and cute packaging.
This year’s Happy Holidays long-sleeve shirt:
And short sleeve:
$34.95 the long sleeve. Slightly cheaper for the short sleeve probably.
Candy Corn Mickey Ball!!
Basically the same thing offered for Halloween with a new tag. They also sell similar popcorn and cookie tins (at pretty outrageous prices).
Mickey Pops in sets of five for five-ninety-five:
Basically the same as the Halloween version in Christmas colors. Nothing wrong with that!
A variety of little Mickey head sprinkles to go along with your standard strips.
Maybe this thing is more common than I think it is, but I thought this set of chocolate bars was really cute!! It’s the same design as the 2011 shirts, only each wrapper is part of the whole design.
$12.95. You’ll notice that each bar is also different – Milk Chocolate Crisp, Almond Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, and Peanut Milk Chocolate.
A re-purposing of some of the 2011 merchandise that’s been available for a while now.
A 2011 ornament:
Not bad for ten bucks.
$12.95, UPC – 4001531220.
On sale for $9.99.
Considering what they charge for bulk candy ($12.95/pound), $8/pound for this stuff isn’t bad.
No pricing on these – similar pricing to other clothing I’m sure.
Glass(?) Bead Bracelets:
The usual design on the back – not sure how much this was either. Probably around $30?
Perfect if you have a twin but want to showcase your different personalities – $21.95 each.
Coated Crisp Riced Treats:
Healthier than their Halloween counterparts, somehow.
Plastic Mickey Bead Bracelet (More Colors Coming):
$5.95 a pop.
Sort of a creepy, yet mesmerizing hat. Don’t stare directly into the ears near mistletoe:
Worth it if you can get a babe to stare directly into the ears under mistletoe.
Less creepy, but more annoying:
Bells attached. Very jolly.
Not a holiday without appropriate plush and an assortment of bean-bag characters.
Inexpensive for a new best friend.
And the beans:
$11.95 each – Chip, Dale, Donald, Goofy, and Dumbo.
And it’s not a Disney anything without an appropriately themed Duffy:
He has a few outfits (just for Christmas).
Sequin mouse ears for the ladies. A sophisticated choice.
A variety of Mickey Santa hats. One to fit every personality. Some light up, some have Minnie bows, some have Goofy ears, some have Mickey ears. Surely you fall into one of these categories.
An assortment of slippers and fuzzy socks.
A short and tank top set.
I didn’t exactly capture it in this picture, but this hat/glove set is too cute. TOO CUTE!!
Sort of spendy, but who can put a price on the love you have for your daughter, granddaughter, or very small adult friend that wouldn’t be offended by receiving a hat set?
Pajama set and a look at more Santa hats on the lower left:
Patchwork. Very 2008. Or most Disney fans in 2012. I kid. Sort of.
A matching wizard hat?
An iffy shape.
A large two-piece pajama set:
I’ll take the adult onesie. Not the halfsie though.
Another kids pajama set:
Check out this yellow tag:
Maybe just in general stay away from open flames?
Okay I’m out of things to say about red shirts:
Should “your man” go out in public in that tablecloth with arms from earlier, you could match!
Little watch – $29.95.
Something to carry your pride in should you go out with “your man” while he’s wearing the tablecloth with arms.
And should you have less pride to start with, a smaller bag:
What’s more fragile? The sequins or your ego when you go out with “your man” in the tablecloth with arms?
I hope sequins are “in” this year:
I could get into that I bet.
Unwrap the Magic:
Walt Disney World.
Hope it’s warm:
Going for broke on sequins.
That’s about it for Mouse Gear.