A new holiday popcorn bucket has arrived at Walt Disney World just under the wire, as Hanukkah comes to an end and Christmas is barely more than a week away. Of course, the bucket reads “Happy Holidays” but really just honors Christmas. We first found it at the Storybook Circus popcorn carts in Magic Kingdom.
Happy Holidays Popcorn Bucket – $13
The basic bucket is wrapped with an image of Mickey and his pals celebrating Christmas. “Happy Holidays” is printed in a vintage-style white font below Mickey and Minnie, who are about to share a kiss beneath mistletoe.
Green is the main color of the design, with the couple sitting on a green couch by a green rug in front of a window with green curtains that overlooks green trees.
Pluto is pictured curled up by the fire, with two stockings labeled “P” for Pluto and “M” for Mickey hanging from the mantel. Music notes float out of a retro radio. A wreath hangs above the fireplace.
Pluto’s stocking has a bone sticking out of it.
By a Christmas tree, Donald holds up a present for Goofy that is clearly a hat.
Goofy himself is holding a giant present for Donald that is poorly wrapped with several different types of paper.
The lid and handle of the bucket are made of a sparkly green plastic.
For a limited time, guests who purchase this bucket can get discounted popcorn refills.
Check out more seasonal popcorn buckets and sippers:
- Mickey Mouse Toy Soldier Popcorn Bucket Marches Into Magic Kingdom for the Holidays
- New Donald Duck Christmas Tree Sipper Arrives at Walt Disney World
- ‘Frozen’ Sven Sipper Returns to Walt Disney World for 10th Anniversary
- ‘Wish’ Valentino Popcorn Bucket Arrives at Walt Disney World
- New Light-Up ‘Wish’ Star Sipper Falls Into EPCOT
Holidays at Walt Disney World
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party has sold out but if have a ticket to one of the final parties, make sure to check out our full guide. During Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom, guests can enjoy Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks, Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, character meet and greets, and holiday attraction overlays.
The new “Frozen Holiday Surprise” Cinderella Castle show is performed at Magic Kingdom once during regular park hours and once during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
There are still tickets available for the final two nights of Disney Jollywood Nights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Read our full guide to the brand-new event. Entertainment at the event includes the variety show “Disney Holidays in Hollywood,” “What’s This? Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Sing-Along,” and the “Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM!” nighttime spectacular.
The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays has returned for 2023 and runs through December 30. Read our full guide for all the details of holiday kitchen menus, storytellers, entertainment, and more.
At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, guests can see the roaming Merry Menagerie puppets on Discovery Island.