PHOTOS: Adorable New Mickey Pumpkin Balloon Popcorn Bucket Debuts for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2019 at the Magic Kingdom

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Boo to you! And welcome to this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. We’re delving into a night of ghoulish treats, spooky merchandise, and chilling spells. Trick, or treat? While usually parties debut a bucket or two, this year, we’ve got a total of four buckets and two sippers on the lineup, so we’ve been #blessed with lots of Fall goodness. Let’s start off with my personal favorite of the night. After all, we wouldn’t mind if our carriage turned into a pumpkin, not if it were this cute Mickey Pumpkin popcorn bucket:

Mickey Pumpkin Balloon Popcorn Bucket – $18.00

You can find it over at the Popcorn Carts near Cinderella Castle, while supplies last.

The Mickey Pumpkin Balloon popcorn bucket features Mickey as a jack-o’-lantern, outlined in clear orange plastic with gourd lines running up and down. They even included an adorable little leaf and vine at the top to complete the look. The strap features Mickey Pumpkins all along a pumpkin patch with spider webs behind it.

In the back, there’s your usual hatch for popcorn that you can open up.

Unlike the Steamboat Willie ones that had issues with scratching and paint peeling, these seem incredibly well made for $18.00 and will double as a great Halloween decoration when not in use.

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Betty
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Betty

Is this bucket available all day? Everyday? Or is it only during the party?

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Betty

Update, (in case anyone reading this has the same question), the bucket is exclusive to the party. They start selling it at 7pm on party nights at every popcorn stand

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Emily

Are the popcorn buckets refillable?