Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Walgreens & Walt Disney World

I was waiting on a prescription at Walgreens this weekend and had some time to browse the store.  Whenever this happens I always hit 2 specific areas first: toys and seasonal.  These seem to be the best places to find Disney "stuff."  This time I hit the jackpot!!  Too bad it was a week after our trip to WDW.  If I had seen all this stuff before our trip, I would have spent way too much money!  If you have a trip planned to Walt Disney World or Disneyland before Halloween, I suggest you head to Walgreens to pick up a few extra Disney surprises!

These window clings, pumpkins and Minnie & Mickey plushes in costumes would be great window decorations for your resort room!

The bubbles and Mickey pumpkin cup with straw would be great to give kids while in the parks!  What fun to drink out of the pumpkin cup and the bubbles are a great line distraction!

The goodies (rings, marshmallow pops and cookies) would be great treats to leave on the bed for the kids- no matter what their age!

This "Happy Haunting" bag would be perfect for collecting all the goodies at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party!!  We used a Toy Story one similar to this and had at least 5 pounds of candy by the end of the night!  The bags they give you at the party aren't big enough if you plan on doing some hard core trick or treating!! :)


  1. I love Walgreens and their seasonal stuff, I always get tons of Disney stuff there. The other day I got a Mickey and Minnie scarecrow that are too cute!

  2. Thanks for the heads up! Very cool items. I'm with you, I would have spent way too much money there!

  3. I have been looking for Disney Halloween Items..never thought of going to Walgreens! Thanks:)

  4. Ok, I was traveling and found myself at a Walgreens in Georgia. I love the light up pumpkins! They had one of Mickey and Minnie too which was really cute. But they also had a giant blow up (inflatable) lighted Mickey pumpkin for your yard. I didn't get that, but I did get a large Mickey dressed for Fall.It says it's a porch greeter, but I want to enjoy seeing him so I'll keep him in my house. They also had Mickey dressed as Dracula, which was cute, but I figured I could keep the one I got out for a longer period of time instead of just Halloween. And best of all he was only $20.