New 50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den Stand Arrives at Walt Disney World

Guests can celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort at home with an Amazon Echo Den that we spotted at BouTiki at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den Support/Stand – $24.95

50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den

Designed for housing the Amazon Echo Show 5, this stand is part of a collaboration between Disney and Otterbox and brings the 50th Anniversary celebration to your Amazon device at home.

50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den

Black Mickey ears add a bit of shape to the Amazon Echo Den’s black casing. On the back of the black casing, the 50th Anniversary castle logo is printed in gold, declaring it part of “The Most Magical Celebration”. A hole in the back of the case allows for device charging without having to remove your Echo from the den.

50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den

A gold outline lines the frame surrounding the device’s screen. A celebratory golden bowtie sits on the blue base. The base has non-slip grips attached to the bottom and features Disney and Otterbox logos in the back.

50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den

As an Otterbox-manufactured product, the 50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den is made with durable materials and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. This support case is exclusively for the 1st and 2nd generations of the Amazon Echo Show 5, the same as those promised to all Destination D23 2021 attendees!

50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den

The Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th Anniversary Celebration ends on March 31, 2023. If you won’t be staying on Disney property within the next few months, the 50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den is also available at Amazon.com.

50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den

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2 thoughts on “New 50th Anniversary Amazon Echo Den Stand Arrives at Walt Disney World”

  1. I’ve had this for months. The face frame broke/snapped about two months ago. Tried to glue it, but as soon as I put it back on, it split again. It’s still on the “echo” but I never touch it anyway. Some day I’ll figure out how to fix it permanently. In the meantime, it’s a bright spot in my kitchen when I’m cooking.

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