PHOTOS: Awesome New Darth Vader TIE Fighter Bubble Gun at Disney Parks

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In celebration of the release of Rogue One in theaters today, Disney Parks have started to sell a brand new bubble blower shaped like Darth Vader’s TIE Fighter!

The bubble blower sells for $20 and is currently on sale at outdoor carts around Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Pretty neat, huh?

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Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.

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  • Not neat. Those bubble blowers they sell are annoying af for everyone in the parks. Wish they’d stop selling those stupid things.

    • Wow, you sound like an insufferable douche bag. God forbid a kid is having some fun with harmless bubbles that affect you in no way whatsoever, this middle aged loser doesnt want them! Please stay home and complain on the internet, most people don’t need jerks like yourself ruining the parks.

  • That’s another Disney lie. They had very few to sell and were left from last year. They made a lot of children very unhappy. Shame on them…again.

    • Then why do you go?? It’s called supply and demand. I’m sure you don’t understand these things, but being whiny and yelling “shame” at a corporation because your precious snowflake child didn’t get a bubble blower is straight up stupid. Stay home, the parks need less whiny, entitled douche bags.

      • I don’t whine about Disney. I have a time share there which you probably do not and I go about 14 days a year. They take things and exaggerate all the time which if you went enough you probably know .I am not a douche bag. My son did the college students stint there as an engineer on space mountain. I am however a retired kindergarten teacher with grand children and I don’t like your juvenile attitude. Disney lies a lot. As do most big corporations who want to make themselves look good. Spend as much money there as I have and then call me names. In the meantime grow up. By the way my name is Christine also. You don’t do justice to it.

  • Re above. Just realized you insulted me again. You didn’t even leave your real name. Are you gay. They are the only ones who love to use that term so much. I understand fully now.

  • Here’s a non-nasty comment…We bought one of these at Disneyland two days ago. It lasted one day. Then the part that swivels to spread the bubbles across the fan opening stopped swiveling. I took the whole damn thing apart, every single piece in order to get to and fix that part. But now I can’t get it to pull the liquid up the straw, which was working before I took it apart. My 3yo is very disappointed because we told him he could pick one big souvenir and it lasted one day. Everything seems to be working, even the pump motor. No kinks, no clogs, waited plenty of time, I don’t get it. I’d even buy another if I could find one for another $20. Sigh. But at your own risk.

    • Disneystore was doing a sale on theme park merchandise so I decided to buy one of these for my son to use during a Halloween party. We decided to open it to test it out. The included batteries were dead even though the plastic tab separator was in place. Not a big deal, reading some of these comments it looks like these were offered in parks a while back. I replaced the batteries with Duracell and the toy worked but had some issues. One – it would intermittently stop every 30-40 seconds or so. We would have to move the switch to off then back on to get it to work again. This happened in both modes (lights and bubbles). Second – this thing drained batteries very fast. I had to switch all 3 batteries after about 5 minutes. I popped in a new set of Duracell AAs and the same thing happened. When I opened the battery compartment I noticed the front battery was warm and other 2 were normal room temp after just a minute of use (I thought the intermittent start/stop was caused by battery coming loose) Gonna see if disneystore will exchange it since I’m pretty sure its defective. We are pretty disappointed but it’s a beautiful looking piece.