Kipling store disney springs

Kipling Store at Disney Springs to Permanently Close, Entire Store 40% Off

Though Walt Disney World has reopened back in July 2020, some stores at Disney Springs have suffered due to the pandemic. We recently reported that TUMI’s Disney Springs location had closed in November amidst the ongoing health crisis. The Kipling store, popular for its designer handbags, backpacks, luggage and accessories will close its Disney Springs location on Saturday, January 23, 2021.

Kipling store disney springs

Kipling USA has yet to update its Disney Springs location’s page with the closure information, but continues to describe the store as followed:

We’re glad you’re here! Kipling of Lake Buena Vista, FL welcomes you with open arms. You can visit us at 1668 E. Buena Vista Drive, Suite 1O or call us at 407-560-0828. Inside the world of Kipling, you will find an array of collections adorned in vibrant colors, graphic prints and unique silhouettes. Be sure to check out all of our practical handbags, backpacks, totes, accessories, and luggage we have to offer, too! Our knowledgeable store associates are always happy to help you find the perfect bag for any occasion. See you soon!

Kipling store disney springs

However, we can confirm with the signage throughout the store that this Kipling location is closing its doors for good this upcoming Saturday.

Kipling store disney springs

For its final days, Kipling is offering 40% off the entire store. This discount is only available at Kipling’s Disney Springs location and is stackable with the Annual Passholder 10% discount and on top of any existing sales.


Do you plan on purchasing anything from Kipling during its final days at Disney Springs? Let us know what piece you’re looking forward to getting!

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3 months ago

The joy of Downtown Disney was that it was an extension of the Disney experience. It was unique shopping and dining experiences. The problem Disney Springs has is that too many stores are copies of those found in malls all over the country. We tend to walk right past all those places.

Saari Toklaedea
3 months ago

Bring back Pleasure Island!