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PHOTOS: NEW Starbucks Disney Parks Holiday Tumbler and Ornament Arrive at Walt Disney World

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Even though the calendar may not say it, as far as merchandise goes, the holidays are in full swing around Walt Disney World, and Starbucks has put even more magic in our stocking with a new Disney Parks tumbler and ornament!

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We previously saw these at the Disneyland Resort, but they’ve made their way east to The Most Magical Place on Earth to spread some cheer!

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Both items feature a design showing off holiday offerings beloved on both coasts, including Disneyland’s “it’s a small world” Holiday, Disney California Adventure’s ¬°Viva Navidad!, the Magic Kingdom’s Jingle Cruise, EPCOT’s Candlelight Processional, Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Sunset Seasons Greetings, and a Christmas tree inspired by Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Unfortunately, we likely won’t be seeing many, or even any, of these in person this year, so merchandise will have to do.

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The back features the Starbucks logo in a bright red.

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The ornament features a similar design, minus the captions to tell you what all the iconography represents.

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If you look closely, you might even get a visit from Santa Gertie on the far right!

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The tumbler retails for $24.99, while the ornament sells for $14.99. We found both of these at Mouse Gear in EPCOT, but they should be available around Walt Disney World, along with other tumblers and ornaments themed to the individual parks. So far, we’ve spotted ones for Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the Magic Kingdom, and EPCOT.

What’s your favorite way to spend the holidays at a Disney Park? Let us know by posting a comment!

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