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Disney Halloween merchandise highlights Haunted Mansion, Jack Skellington

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Good news for Disney fans who love to decorate for Halloween -- the merchandise collections in the theme parks continue to grow each year, and a large number of the holiday items already are available at DisneyStore.com.

Shoppers can find classic items, such as ceramic Mickey Mouse-shaped jack-o-lanterns that can be illuminated with candles, and light-up trick-or-treat containers. There are new, small Mickey, Minnie and Duffy plush animals, and Minnie's witch costume also comes in child sizes for adorable Halloween costumes. (See more about Disney costumes in my previous post.) There's even a new outfit for the regular-size Duffy the Disney Bear -- his first Halloween costume. Plus, there is an assortment of small items such as antenna toppers and ornaments.

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Much of the new Halloween merchandise, though, is Haunted Mansion-themed. This certainly is no surprise with the attraction's legions of dedicated fans. Collections include spooky glassware, candelabras, an hourglass, a musical jewelry box, gargoyle bottle stoppers and candle holders, ornaments and coasters. Among the best new items, in my opinion, are the iPhone cases and the Madame Leota snow disc.

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With the release of the 20th anniversary edition of Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas" approaching on Sept. 10, an expanded line of Jack Skellington merchandise can be found in the Disney theme parks and online, as well. A perennial fan favorite, the Pumpkin King is pictured on mouse-ear hats, plush dolls, mugs, bowls, bags, gloves, light-ups, pins, keychains, T-shirts and more -- for guys and gals. Can you dare to resist these thrilling souvenirs? (Don't forget: Jack Skellington and Sally will be meeting guests at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this year for the first time. See details here.)

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If you're staying at Walt Disney World or Disneyland this fall, you can ask Mickey and Minnie to decorate your room and surprise your loved ones. Orlando visitors can choose Mickey's Spooktacular Celebration, which includes a light-up banner, creepy hidden surprises, cobwebs, candy, Mickey and Minnie stuffed animals and a personalized Ghost Mickey pillowcase. In California, guests can order the Skellington Mickey's Haunted Adventure in their resort rooms. In addition to the banner and plush animals, this package contains an illuminated Jack Skellington head, a candy-filled jack-o-lantern, a cobwebbed candelabra, a personalized note to the family, Tim Burton's “The Nightmare Before Christmas”-themed playing cards, tiny tombstones and a fleece blanket.

These and other similar Disney-themed Halloween items found online and in the parks can bring some magical fun to your holiday this year. And, if you have smaller children, they'll even be more whimsical than terrifying, as many Halloween items often can be. For parents, that's a real treat.

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Comments (7)

Hello! Great Article!

I remember when I went to the Halloween Party in 2010 or 2011 I loved the merchandise. Too bad I was not (and still not) a millionaire so I could buy everything. I ended up buying the purple minnie witch hat, the halloween minnie plush and a chip and dale halloween pin. Awesome.

Penny from Vermont:

Thanks for the update.
Such cool stuff...I may not be able to resist some of this. Oh well, I still have 3 weeks to go so I guess I will have to do some serious overtime to afford it all!

Elena Brubaker:

Oh my gosh !! Everything looks great; can't wait to do my shopping when I get there next week.

Thanks so much for all the great pictures !!

Andrea :

Hi, you mentioned that guests of WDW hotel can request a special Halloween Spooktacular Celebration for their room. Do you know how much this costs? and how you request this :)
Thanks, love AllEars and use it every time we plan a visit :)

KRISTIN: Thank you! The Halloween Spooktacular Celebration is $391.95 and can be ordered through Disney Floral & Gifts online or by calling 407-939-4438.

Carrie :

Can you please direct me on how to go about ordering the Mickey surprise for the Hotel room in Disney world? Thanks in advance.

Stan:

Y'all really do a great job capturing the scenes with your photos, and how you present them here. Thank you. Now I'm even more excited about being there in a couple of weeks!

Tracy:

Hello! Not heading down for 6 more weeks! :-(. I love shopping vicariously through your post. :-) Do you know the prices of the iPhone cases? Is it an edition of 500 for each phone ... Eg. 4s, 5. Thanks for any info!

KRISTIN: Thanks, Tracy! I'm not sure about the size of the edition, but the price is $36.95. If this is a must-have item for you, I would suggest calling the WDW Merchandise Mail Order line at 877-560-6477 and placing an order. :)

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