PHOTO REPORT: Disney Outlet – California 9/2/20 (Long Lines, $8 Galaxy’s Edge Tees, Last Year’s Christmas Merch, and More)
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Downtown Disney District is open and in full swing, with new merchandise coming in daily. With the parks extended closure this year, we were curious to see what merchandise has already made its way over to the Disney Outlets. We headed over to the store closest to Disneyland in Commerce, California, to see which items have ended up on the shelves. Let’s check out the deals!
Lately, everyone has been needing a Disney fix. Following suit of Downtown Disney, a line of guests wrapped around the building while waiting to enter the store.
Benches have been placed along the wall to give guests a seating area while waiting.
Two people are allowed to sit at opposite ends of each bench.
After waiting about 30 minutes, it was almost our turn to enter!
This location is operating from 11:00 am-7:00 pm daily.
Right as you enter, you can see signage giving an extra health and safety reminder.
Currently, the twice upon a year 50% off sale is happening (for select styles).
Right away, we noticed the front display table was full of graphic t-shirts on sale for $4 and up. Most of the styles have the same red, white, and blue color scheme, leading us to believe this was merchandise meant for the 4th of July.
This deep blue Snow White tank was available for $9.98, originally being $16.99.
Another top that stood out was this medium bluish-gray Star Wars t-shirt with various patches.
This shirt is available for just $5.98.
To the right of the table, we noticed even more t-shirts on sale.
This bright yellow “made in the 70’s” t-shirt went from $24.99 down to $8.99.
Because 2020 is the year we all want to remember, this Disneyland Happy Near Year shirt thankfully joined the sale section.
The classic Disneyland logo sits in a white font underneath the bright graphic. Originally $24.99, this t-shirt now costs $7.99.
For those of you missing Black Spire Outpost, this sale t-shirt featuring Chewbacca and R2-D2 can be bought for $8.99.
A small orange Black Spire Outpost emblem sits at the bottom left of the shirt.
Surprisingly, this children’s Millennium Falcom shirt is one of the more expensive sale shirts being $9.99 (originally $29.99).
On the left side of the store, many jackets and sweatshirts could be found at discounted prices.
This patriotic Mickey pullover joins the red, white, and blue merchandise.
Mickey sits front and center with a star pattern placed on his ears.
Although originally $44.99, you can now purchase this pullover for $19.98.
This red crewneck sweatshirt features Mickey’s hands making a rainbow filled heart on the right corner of the top.
Down from $39.99, you can bring home this crewneck for $23.98.
If those two weren’t your style, maybe this denim Mickey Mouse jean jacket will suit you.
A patch in the upper right corner states “Mickey Mouse” in a bold white text.
The leader of the club wasn’t giving us any good deals on this item, so this denim jacket stayed full price costing $59.95.
These satin like blue and red shorts went from $19.99 to $7.89.
On the bottom right corner of the shorts, you can see yellow Mickey embroidery.