Happy Halloween, DFB Readers!
Sure, it’s September, and it’s still pretty warm out here in Florida, but when Disney World says it’s Halloween — well then, it’s officially Halloween. And we’ve been enjoying all the fun decorations at the parks, all the spooky merchandise arriving in stores and online, and all the creeptastic Halloween snacks!
Halloween has also arrived with our Disney World popcorn, and we are SO excited that the Jack Skellington Annual Passholder Popcorn Bucket has finally made it to Disney World! We’ve seen it at Disneyland in the past, but this is the first time we’ve seen it at Disney World! It features Jack’s head!
He opens up so you can put popcorn in him (but really, we just think he would make a great Halloween decoration for our home).
And he comes with a purple strap with the Annual Passholder logo on it.
What’s this? He also LIGHTS UP! There are lights inside Jack’s head!
He’s available now for $20 for Annual Passholders! Heads up, we WERE asked to show our Annual Passholder card and ID when purchasing, so have those handy!
We spotted an Annual Passholder-exclusive Popcorn Bucket at Disney Springs (and it glowwwwws!💜) pic.twitter.com/RkNYoUDPDm
— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) September 4, 2021
We also spotted the Glow-in-the-Dark Mickey and Friends Halloween Popcorn Bucket that we’ve also seen at Disneyland! This one has Mickey and Minnie in their Halloween costumes…
…along with Donald and Pluto…
…and Goofy! (And obviously, this one says Walt Disney World, not Disneyland in a fun candy-filled font!)
This fun popcorn bucket is available for $12. We found both of these at popcorn carts at Disney Springs, but we’ll let you know if we spot them anywhere else, too!
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Do you have any fun Halloween Disney popcorn buckets? Let us know in the comments!
Johanne Dunn says
Have you seen the new mummy Mickey popcorn bucket at WDW yet?
Does Disney open these up to everyone for purchase after they’ve been out for a bit, or will we never get a chance at it, without be an annual pass holder? I wonder if they’ll be available to purchase for anyone who attends Boo Bash?
That one’s fine. But I’M waiting for the Mummy Mickey to get to WDW.
THEN dDisney can have my money.
DFB Sarah says
Whitley, typically Passholder merch requires showing a Pass and ID.
DFB Sarah says
Johanne, it’s not yet been spotted at Disney World.
Cynthia Longie says
I’m a Disney pass holder and would like to know how you pre order the 50th anniversary magic band
DFB Sarah says
Cynthia, in My Disney Experience, try clicking My MagicBands and Cards to see if there are pre-arrival Bands showing. If you have plans (possibly even just a Disney Park Pass reservation), you should see something there.