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If you’re a passholder, you know that Disney is lacking in the merchandise department. Yes, they’ve stepped it up recently with their limited edition backpacks, Flower and Garden passholder tees, and hats, but with the potential that lies there, they could do so much more.
Recently, Disney released this Passholder exclusive shirt. At quick glance, it looks cute. But take another look at the back. The acrostic style poem doesn’t seem to be working well. If P stands for “Pirates of the Caribbean”, why does the A stand for “It’s a Small World”? Then S stands for “Fantasyland”, but the next S stands for “Splash Mountain”? The letters don’t line up properly with the word after.
Additionally, the majority of the words are rides, but then they throw in Fantasyland (a land), Epcot and Hollywood Studios (parks) and Walt Disney World? We get what they were trying to do, but this shirt is not a must-have for any passholder.
So, we wanted to compile a list of Passholder merchandise from small shops that you can’t miss out on! The list includes magic band accessories, pins, magnets, and apparel!
We all know and love the orange Passholder slider that Disney gives out with your magic band. This is a great start, but did you know there are some amazing small shop accessories out there too?
Magic Band Pins
We recently started selling magic band pins in our shop. These mini pins (.5 inches) sit comfortably on your magic band with a soft rubber back attaching it. There are three colors: millennial pink glitter, white glitter, and black & gold. They are a one-of-a-kind product and the perfect addition to any magic band! You can preorder the pins here. We’re so excited to see how everyone accessorizes their magic bands with them!
Magic Band Sliders
We’ve been eyeing these magic band sliders for months now. There’s multiple options, along with non-passholder merchandise too! You can find these sliders at the Mouse on Main Street website here!
Disney offers a great selection of Passholder magnets. When you become a passholder, you will get sent the classic Mickey in the mail! Seasonally, there are other options available for in-park pickup. At Christmas we got a holiday Mickey. During the Flower and Garden Festival, we picked up both a Mickey and Minnie magnet. And this summer, we got a Donald magnet!
We love these options, and we love how they are free to passholders. But, we were dying for some more options! Disney does not sell any of these magnets, so we decided to make our own. We have five options: Millennial Pink Minnie Mouse, Sorcerer Mickey, Steamboat Willie, Sailor Minnie, and a new Tower of Terror Bellhop Mickey! These magnets are available in our Etsy shop, click here to check them out!
Disney is currently limited in their passholder pin options. Luckily, the small shops of the Disney community have some amazing designs out there!
We sell passholder pins that match our magnets! They are 1.5″, hard-enamel pins inspired by the Disney logo. Below is a picture of our best-seller, the millennial pink Minnie Mouse! To purchase this pin, or our others, click here!
Yes, I’m Going Again
We are obsessed with these passholder pins by Creations by M. Inspired by the passholder logo, these pins say what we are all thinking when someone asks us about our Disney trips: “why yes, I’m going again”. There are two options: Mickey, and Oswald. We can’t decide which we love more! Grab yours here.
Another favorite of ours is this Disneyland inspired passholder pin made by Studio 1955. Disneyland is considered by many the “AP park”, because there are so many passholders, so this pin is absolutely perfect! Plus, it makes the perfect accessory for a jean jacket (pictured below). You can grab yours here!
Hello, I’m a passholder
A friend of ours referred us to these passholder nametag pins. There’s two colors available: pink, and red. We love how passholder is written in a Disney-like font! These pins are made by Magic Pindom, and you can grab them here.
Passholder ears are hard to come by. A friend referred us to this shop, Lizzie in Adventureland, who sells 3-D printed ears! These passholder ears are simple but adorable. You can grab them here.
We’ve been eyeing this hoodie for weeks now. We love the subtle design, and it looks soo cozy! This is on our Christmas list for this year. You can find it here!
These are just a few of our favorite passholder merch that is out there! We hope you’ll support these small shops, they are some of our favorites. Let us know your favorite passholder shop in the comments, and it could be featured in our next article!
Did you know? The Mouselets are on Etsy! Check out our shop for Passholder pins and magnets, Disney jewelry, custom character rain ponchos, Citizens of Hollywood pins, and more!