PHOTOS: Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Reusable Bags Now Available

Earlier this week, we told you that park specific reusable bags would be coming to Walt Disney World Resort and on Sunday we got our first look at the themed bags at Walt Disney World Resort hotels.

The bag is divided into four sections, each featuring the park icons of Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, respectively. If you’re staying at a Disney resort, chances are you’re planning on visiting a Disney theme park. Therefore this design choice makes more financial sense on Disney’s end than making a specific reusable bag for each individual resort.

Reusable bags have come to Walt Disney World resort hotels

On the back of the bag you’ll see Cinderella Castle. No surprise they gave this park icon the spotlight.

Similar to the bags available at World of Disney since last October, these reusable bags will cost anywhere from $1 to $2, depending on the size you select.

Here below is a look at the medium and small size bags.




Here’s a look at the sides and “Reduce, Reuse” logo.

Following Disney’s effort to reduce its use of single-use plastics by the end of the year, they’ll also be made from 80% recycled material. If you’re having merchandise delivered to your Disney Resort hotel from the parks, plastic bags will still be used. Otherwise, plastic bags are still being offered to all guests, for now at least.

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  1. I want these on their own as souvenirs! They look a good size for using for grocery shopping back home.

  2. Let’s see how long it takes them to sellout and be the newest must have collectible. (Rose Gold) Ha ! And all the bag complainers will be first in line.

  3. I bet the big bags will be $5 in 3 or 4 years. Disney is all about money folks, they can stop with this environment BS.

    1. And when they finally remove plastic bags and all the associated costs involved they will still be able to charge $1-2 but make money as if they were $5.

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