Steven Miller of Disney Parks Blog has revealed some upcoming Rogue One products that will be exclusive to Disney Parks coming this month. We also get our first look at a new limited edition Director Krennic inspired Magic Band 2.
From The Disney Parks Blog:
I’m happy to share a look at some of the latest Star Wars merchandise you’ll soon be able to find at Disney Parks starting this month.
In early December, we will release several new character designs to the D-Tech on Demand stations at Disney Parks. At these stations, guests can create and personalize phone cases for select mobile phone devices.
On December 16, we will release several new products to celebrate the film’s opening day.
Guests will find a limited release Vinylmation mystery set. There are 11 known characters in this series and one mystery chaser figure. You can either purchase individual mystery boxes containing one randomly selected figure each, or you can purchase an entire tray.
A new limited edition retail MagicBand 2 inspired by Director Krennic will also be released on opening day. This retail MagicBand will have an edition size of 2,000 and will be packaged in a decorative box.
Guests should also look for two jumbo-sized pins in select merchandise locations. The hinged Death Star pin (top image) will have an edition size of 3,000, while the Rogue One character pin (bottom image) will have an edition size of 1,000.
Finally, guests can personalize four new nametags by having their names written in Aurebesh, one of the alphabets used in the Star Wars universe, starting December 16. Two nametags – Darth Vader and Imperial logo – are limited release items created for Rogue One. We also made two nametags exclusive to Annual Passholders (a valid Disneyland Resort or Walt Disney World Resort Passholder ID or Premiere Pass and a photo ID is required to purchase).
Look for these nametags at Tomorrowlanding in Disneyland park and Gone Hollywood in Disney California Adventure park in California, or at Star Wars Launch Bay in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Merchant of Venus in Magic Kingdom Park in Florida.
Select items (excluding nametags and limited edition pins) from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story are also available for purchase on the free Shop Disney Parks Mobile app.
Source: Disney Parks Blog