PHOTOS: New Haunted Mansion Ghost Organist Funko Pop Released Exclusively to Annual Passholders Today at Walt Disney World

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Today, a Passholder-exclusive shopping event is taking place at the Magic Kingdom and at Disney Springs for a brand-new, Disney Parks exclusive “The Haunted Mansion” Funko POP! figure featuring Victor Geist, the famed ghost organist from the classic attraction.

Cast Members were eagerly awaiting Annual Passholders who showed up for the “surprise and delight” shopping event. Only guests with valid Disney Park Pass reservations for the Magic Kingdom were able to access the exclusive sale today.

Guests wishing to purchase the Victor Geist Funko POP! today at the Magic Kingdom will need to sign up for a virtual queue at the Liberty Square ticket office…

However, due to Park Pass restrictions and the last-minute announcement, we found that there virtually wasn’t a line, although a virtual queue was in use.

Once called, guests can pick up their Funko POP! figures at the newly-reopened Frontier Trading Post.

And here’s our famed pianist in the flesh… or rather, materialized in spirit at his ghastly organ.

The Victor Geist Funko POP! figure retails for $39.99, and during the Annual Passholder shopping event, there is a limit of 1 transaction per Passholder and 3 items per transaction. An Annual Pass and ID must be presented at time of purchase. Discounts are applicable.

Any remaining Victor Geist figures will be released to all guests tomorrow, on August 20. The Funko Pop is only available while supplies last.

If you don’t have access to the Magic Kingdom today, you can also pick up the Funko at Disney Springs. There are signs for Annual Passholders to follow to the event’s designated entrance at World of Disney.

Are you going to make it out to Disney Springs or Magic Kingdom today for this exclusive release? Now, look alive…

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  1. Little disappointed that this wasn’t going to be available online given everything. Makes it much harder for AP holders who aren’t local.

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