PHOTOS: Reissued Limited Release Euro Disney Opening Day April 1992 Merchandise Coming Soon to Disneyland Paris

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Disneyland Paris will be releasing reissued Euro Disney April 1992 merchandise soon, and we could not be more excited for this merchandise line. The collection features the original Euro Disney logo alongside the opening date of the park: April 12th, 1992. Our good friend Mickey Mouse is featured against some classic 90’s colorblocking, making it a perfect retro addition to any wardrobe.

Both the sweatshirt and t-shirt will be available in sizes ranging from adults XS-3XL and come in contrasting yellow and red with the geometric pattern behind Mickey changing to match the base color. Also available is a coffee mug, pin and keychain all with the same geometric graphic design and colors being used throughout the range. Disney has been releasing a lot of vintage-inspired merchandise recently, and these definitely are a great addition to any Disney fan’s wardrobe.

The collection will be released in April 2020 with the park’s anniversary. Would you like to see all the parks reissue vintage merchandise like this? Let us know in the comments.

Credit to @DLPReport for this information.

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Rosie has been an avid Disney and Disney Parks fan for over two decades, experiencing Disneyland Paris multiple times before crossing the Atlantic on a solo trip to experience the American parks. It was there that she met her (now) husband and was whisked away on her own fairytale. You'll usually find Rosie either at Trader Sam's or Magic Kingdom, talking about Walt Disney or defending her opinion on It's a Small World being a Disney masterpiece. Rosie is a collector of all things Zero and has a huge soft spot for sassy princes and fiery princesses.

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Will DLP’s core audience actually like this considering they didn’t like “Euro Disney” the first time around?