We’ll be the first to tell you — Disney merchandise can get pretty expensive!
As much as we love Disney-themed shopping, we’ve seen some pretty pricey things in the parks. Things like jewelry, designer ears, and fancy handbags can all become big budget-busters. Today, we spotted another expensive souvenir, but it’s probably not the item you’d think!
Today, we stopped by the Christmas store in the Germany Pavilion, Die Weihnatchs Ecke, to see what was new. During our shopping, we found one item that was more expensive than the rest, and we bet you’ll never guess what it is…
…at first, we thought it was this very interesting Santa Claus stein!
The design features jolly St. Nick in his sleigh, and it’s being pulled by his trusty reindeer. It’s a fairly cute mug if you like Christmas-y knick-knacks, but even the most dedicated Christmas fans may not want to pay the steep price.
The price tag on this stein comes in at a whopping $135! That’s right, $135 for a CUP! Sure, it’s a cup with a lid, but let’s be reasonable here.
To be fair, the stein also comes with its own history information and certificate of authenticity. It’s made by a company called KING-WERK based in Germany’s Western Forest.
We love it even has a little Neuschwanstein Castle on the side — the same castle that largely inspired Cinderella Castle!
HOWEVER, this stein was not the most expensive thing in the store. Wanna know what it is?? We thought Stanta Stein took the trophy, but then, we spotted this guy…
He didn’t have a price tag, so the Cast Member looked it up for us. Are you ready for this? He’s $150!!!
But we’d be lying if we didn’t say he was unique! He’s got flowers, a big stick, a pointy hat, and a large pretzel — what else could a nutcracker need?
And just in case you’re curious, here’s our third-place winner, a teddy bear that’s $64.99.
He’s really cute and fluffy, but idk if he’s worth $65. To be fair, we ARE at Disney World! (And these are some of the most expensive teddy bears around. They sell key chain versions for $60 on their website!)
To be fair to all these Christmas goodies, they’re hand-crafted in Germany, so they’re truly unique collectibles. But if you were going about your day wondering, “what’s the most expensive thing in the Germany Christmas shop?” now you know! Stay tuned to DFB to see what other weird merchandise we find around Disney World, and to keep up-to-date on all the latest Disney parks news!
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What’s the most expensive merchandise you’ve seen in Disney World? Let us know in the comments!