Walt Disney World has a unique new “Star Wars” Loungefly purse. Inspired by McDonald’s Happy Meal boxes, the purse advertises Bantha Burgers and Bantha Milk from Tatooine Farms. We found it at Star Wars: Galactic Outpost in Disney Springs.
Star Wars Bantha Burgers Loungefly Bag – $95
The purse is mainly red and shaped like the distinctive Happy Meals box, with two handles on top.
Embroidered on the top of one side is “Star Wars” Bantha Burgers in English and Aurebesh.
On the side is an image of a Bantha Burger with a blue bun, French fries in a red container, a blue ice cream cone, Bantha Milk, and a Bantha box. The meal apparently comes “complete with droid toy.”
The other side of the purse resembles the pictured Bantha box. It’s brown, with fur seeming to hang over its eyes, a white mouth, and black nostrils. Two curled yellow horns stick out of the top.
The “Star Wars” and Loungefly plaque is on one of the small sides of the bag.
On the other side, a Bantha Milk container comes as a bag charm.
The 2% Bantha Milk is from Tatooine Farms.
This is actually a small zip pouch, perfect for change. The interior is striped red and white.
This side of the purse also features a Bantha Burgers logo.
Bantha Burgers are “free range & locally sourced!”
In the “Star Wars” series, Banthas are large mammoth-like creatures native to Tatooine. They’re often used by Tuskens and they first appeared in “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope.”
The purse snaps closed. The interior lining is also striped red and white. It comes with a detachable red crossbody strap.
Are you going to be taking this Happy Meal to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge? Let us know what you think in the comments!