Popcorn bucket collectors, you REALLY need to hide your wallets, because you won’t be able to resist the newest addition.
The Walt Disney Company is currently celebrating its 100th anniversary, and we’ve seen lots of new merchandise and snacks come out for the occasion. Now, Disney has announced that a new popcorn bucket is on the way (yes, ANOTHER 100th anniversary popcorn bucket)!
The Disney100 Purple Mickey Mouse Balloon Bucket is coming to Disneyland on March 29th! This bucket will be available at popcorn carts in both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure.
We’ve already seen a silver version of this popcorn bucket, but now the purple edition will be available to match it.
For now, the bucket will only be available in Disneyland, but we’ve seen one 100th anniversary popcorn bucket in Walt Disney World, so we’re hoping that some of the other designs start to make the trip to the East Coast as well!
Disney noted that there is a limit of two popcorn buckets per person, per transaction for the new balloon bucket.
We’ll be on the lookout for more news from Disney, so stay tuned to DFB for all the latest updates!
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Would you buy this new popcorn bucket? Let us know in the comments.
Love the colour but running out of places to store my collection. So I’m going to stick to those that have neat characters on them like the Christmas Toy Story ones, figment etc. I just goat Mr Toad’s and figment earlier this year and they have joined Pluto , Mickey and the martians 😊.
It’s a no for me to any and all Disney’s plastic junk from China.