If you want to spend a lot of money on souvenirs at Disney World, that’s no problem. There are literally thousands of trinkets to behold – and one of the more unique Disney souvenirs costs more than $37,000 (look for that story soon)!
But what if your budget is limited, and you are looking for some of the least expensive souvenirs?
Maybe you’ve got lots of kids in your life back home and each of them will expect something from your Disney vacation.
Or perhaps you like to purchase things during your vacation to pull out throughout the year so that you can remember and enjoy again the memories.
You might be surprised that there are quite a few very inexpensive souvenirs available. Let’s take a look at some of the inexpensive items you can purchase at the Emporium on Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom.
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Let’s look at some of the great souvenir finds:
If you like Pez, you will be delighted to find out that Disney offers packages of dispensers and candy that feature characters such as Donald Duck, Goofy, and Minnie Mouse. The price is a good deal at just $3.45.
If you have a way to get chocolate home without it melting and without our eating it first, Disney offers a number of different chocolate candies. For the price of $3.45 you can get some fun chocolate coins with a Mickey Mouse tag.
If you or someone you know enjoys collecting or enjoys Disney characters, this might be a great gift. In each Collector Pack you get a diverse collection of Disney character figurines. They are very tiny – which is good in that they don’t take up much space but bad in that they are not appropriate for small children. There are many different packs available, each numbered. You can get three packs for $15, or one for $5.85.
What’s a dangler? It’s a small Styrofoam-type of Mickey Mouse head trinket with a small chain that allows you to hang it as a decoration from your backpack or maybe a photo album. There are many different designs available, including the Sorcerer Hat Mickey Mouse, Pirate Mickey Mouse, Mickey USA flag colors, and pink Minnie Mouse Princess. For the low price of $5.00 you get three of these danglers – so each one costs less than $2.
Disney offers many different styles and designs of keychains. Some can get quite fancy and expensive, but there are plenty of options that are inexpensive if you look through the racks just a bit. The least expensive keychains are just $3.45 each. And you can use these not only as traditional keychains but also as a dangler for a kid’s backpack.
This could be one of the least expensive souvenir options available. For the grand total of just 51 cents, you can press a penny into one of many different designs. There are many of these penny press machines around the property, and they offer a great array of different designs which are normally themed to the machine’s location: Buzz Lightyear in Tomorrowland, Woody in Frontierland, etc. Yes, it is actually legal to “destroy” US coins this way, and no you can’t press non-USA coins.
Would you like to win a package of some of these fun souvenirs? Just send an e-mail to me at [Contest is over – congratulations to the winner: Abigail from Connecticut]. I’ll add you to our mailing list (if you aren’t already on it) and enter you into a drawing. Once lucky winner will get this set of five prizes.
- Magic Kingdom pressed penny with Mickey Mouse
- Green Mickey Mouse keychain
- Three Mickey Head foam danglers
- Collector Pack – Park Series 11
- Donald Duck Pez dispenser with candy
I’ll select one recipient on or around August 8, 2013. I’ll request your mailing address and then send a prize to you. It’s that easy! This give-away is open to everyone, everywhere.
What do you think about these inexpensive souvenirs?