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PHOTOS: NEW Light-Up Mickey & Minnie 2020 Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket Debuts at Walt Disney World

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Deck the halls and deck your cupboards with this new light-up Mickey & Minnie 2020 Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket now available at Walt Disney World!

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The snowy white tree is decorated with a popcorn garland, and big light-up string lights.

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Mickey and Minnie are at the front in their holiday outfits, holding two peppermint candy canes together to form a heart.

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We did notice that some of these buckets had slight scuffs, as you can see with the black paint that rubbed off on Minnie’s nose. Do inspect carefully before picking out your bucket.

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Inside, of course, is the popcorn and light-up chamber, complete with an on/off button and a battery pack.

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We found this bucket at the popcorn cart right off Hollywood Blvd. in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but it’s also available at popcorn kiosks at the Magic Kingdom as of this morning. The bucket retails $25 and comes with a serving of hot, buttery popcorn—perfect to fuel your day of holiday merrymaking throughout the park.

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4 months ago

super cute!

Lisa Madore
Lisa Madore
4 months ago

how do u purchase the Christmas popcorn bucket if u don’t visit wdw?

Christine
Christine
3 months ago

Can I order it online?

Last edited 3 months ago by Christine
tvnutt
tvnutt
3 months ago

At the park today I noticed the white trees being sold on Main St. at the enterance and near the castle where people can cross the bridge into Tomorrowland. The green trees were in the rest of the MK.