Two new popcorn buckets and tumblers have arrived at Disneyland Resort today: the Joey Chou Disneyland popcorn bucket and travel tumbler, the Play in the Park thermo tumbler, and the discounted refillable Magic Key popcorn bucket.
These items are available at various venues across Disneyland.
Joey Chou Disneyland Popcorn Bucket – $13.75
This bucket includes a regular popcorn at the time of purchase. No discounts are applicable, and there is a purchase limit of 10 per person, per transaction.
The popcorn bucket features an original illustration by artist Joey Chou, depicting Disneyland in all its glory.
In addition to featuring Disney friends like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, and Donald Duck, the bucket also includes artwork of Disneyland attractions.
Those attractions include Sleeping Beauty Castle, the Haunted Mansion, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Space Mountain, and more.
Other than the artwork, the bucket is mostly white with a teal handle and lid.
The bottom right corner of the artwork includes the Disney Artist Showcase logo, as well as Chou’s signature.
Joey Chou Disneyland Travel Tumbler – $14.49
We found this travel tumbler available at Galactic Grill in Tomorrowland. It comes with your choice of fountain beverage, coffee, hot tea, or hot cocoa at the time of purchase. There is a limit of 10 per person, per transaction.
Like its matching popcorn bucket, this travel tumbler includes original art by Chou of Disneyland and its attractions. Mickey, Minnie, and all of their friends can be seen riding the Disneyland Railroad along the bottom of the tumbler.
Overhead is artwork of various Disneyland attractions and fireworks, which is also present on the popcorn bucket.
The lid is a bright teal to match the handle and lid of the popcorn bucket, but also has an accent purple flip-top Mickey head cover.
The attached lanyard includes more Disneyland-inspired art by Chou alongside the Disney Parks logo.
Play in the Park Thermo Tumbler – $15.99
We also found this thermo tumbler at Galactic Grill. It includes your choice of fountain beverage at the time of purchase. There is a limit of 10 per person, per transaction.
This thermo tumbler features all of the colors present in the Play in the Park merchandise collection, though is mainly teal with accents of yellow and red. Mickey is featured on the front in his perfect park day outfit, holding a DOLE Whip.
Other characters featured on the tumbler include Goofy, Donald, Chip ‘n’ Dale, Minnie Mouse, and Pluto.
The tumbler also features art of Sleeping Beauty Castle, the Pixar Pal-A-Round, and the retro Disneyland Resort logo.
The lid includes a matching handle, and the clear crinkle straw can be folded back into the lid for storage and to avoid spills.
Magic Key Popcorn Bucket – $12.75
This Magic Key popcorn bucket includes limited-time $1.75 popcorn refills for Magic Key Holders. There is a purchase limit of one bucket per Magic Key Holder, per transaction.
Magic Key holders must present their valid Magic Key Pass to purchase both the bucket and the popcorn refills. The refill offer is only valid for Magic Key refillable popcorn buckets purchased between January 9, 2024 and Feburary 27, 2024. Flavored popcorn is not included in the discounted refill offer.
The bucket is white with a gold handle and lid, and features a navy blue banner with art of Sleeping Beauty Castle and other Disneyland Resort icons. The Magic Key logo is on the front in white with a navy outline.
The back of the bucket features a red Mickey head with Tinker Bell in the center, surrounded by Disneyland attractions like Matterhorn Bobsleds, the Jungle Cruise, the Mark Twain Riverboat, Space Mountain, a ship that could represent the Sailing Ship Columbia or Pirates of the Caribbean, and “it’s a small world.”
The bottom of the bucket includes a neat feature: 7 square, flat-bottomed feet. These help keep the popcorn bucket upright when sat down on a flat surface, like the sidewalk or a table.
What do you think of these new popcorn buckets and tumblers from Disneyland Resort? Will you be grabbing any of them on your next visit to the parks? Let us know which one is your favorite in the comments.