PHOTOS: New Disney Parks “Happy Holidays” Refillable Resort Mug Debuts at Walt Disney World

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It’s that time of year again to drink and be merry, and Disney Parks resort refillable mugs just got a whole lot jollier with the release of the new “Happy Holidays” refillable mug design.

Compared to last year’s more classic design, this year’s design is a nod to the new Mickey Shorts style of animation, with wacky pie-eyed Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, and Goofy riding a one-horse open sleigh across a winter wonderland.

Oh, and there’s Donald riding in the back. If you haven’t watched the zany Christmas special for the Mickey Shorts series, it’s one of the best episodes, with Donald essentially risking his life to experience the holidays, and nearly dying of hypothermia in the process. (I wish I was making this up. You can catch a clip of the special here or check it out on Disney Now.) Anyway, back to the mugs.

The mugs feature a bright red handle and lid to compliment the green backdrop.

The mug features the words “Happy Holidays” in script lettering, plus the Disney Parks logo. Unfortunately, there is no year on these.

This year’s resort refillable mugs are now $19.99 after the wave of price increases.

We also noticed that ever since the release of the Halloween 2019 mugs, the interior and upper lip of the cup has slightly changed to a more rounded design.

We found the new holiday resort refillable mugs at the Contempo Cafe in Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and they’ll be rolled out to all resorts on property in the coming days or weeks, followed by a likely arrival at Disneyland Resort.

What do you think of this year’s holiday resort refillable mug design?

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    1. There’s no reason to give us a choice like that unless they go all the way with it and include every possible choice under the sun. Between November 1 and January 15, there are roughly 29 holidays observed by 7 of the world’s major religions. I don’t think mine are the only ones that count.

  1. Is it possible to get the regular mug? We will be there 12/29-1/4 and I don’t want the holiday mug, but have DDP.

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