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Best Gifts for Disney Fans

If there’s a Disney fan in your life and you’re looking for the perfect holiday present for them, we have a ton of suggestions of what you could gift them, from subscriptions to toys and decorative home items. Read on to see our top picks for gifts for those who love all things Disney.

Disney+ Subscription Card — $70

Image of The Mandalorian

The Disney+ streaming service has been a huge hit this year, offering a way to stream classic Disney movies and recent releases from tentpole franchises like Marvel and Star Wars. Not to mention the breakout show from the Star Wars universe, The Mandalorian. If there’s someone you know who’s bored at home and looking for more content to stream, you can gift them with a Disney+ subscription and they’ll be able to watch Disney content on their laptop, tablet, phone, smart TV, or gaming console. There’s also a bunch of 4K content available for a beautiful high-definition at-home movie experience.

Mickey Mouse Waffle Maker — $33

Brighten up your morning by starting the day with a cheerful Mickey Mouse waffle. This waffle iron produces cheery waffles in the shape of the iconic Mickey Mouse image that every Disney fan will recognize instantly. Or if you prefer a feminine touch to your waffles, there’s a Minnie Mouse version available as well. Each waffle iron produces one 6-inch waffle at a time. It has nonstick cooking plates so it’s easy to clean, rubber feet so it won’t slip around on your countertop, and an illuminated power light also in the shape of Mickey.

Hallmark Hardcover Disney Journal — $15

A beautiful journal is a joy to write in, and this notebook is perfect for to-do lists, diary entries, work notes, or studying. At 8 inches by 6 inches, it’s small enough to easily carry with you in a bag but large enough to be comfortable to write in. It has 160 pages, which are lined with a little image of Mickey at the bottom of each spread. And the brown faux leather cover is embossed with classic retro images of Mickey to make you smile every time you need to jot down a note.

Minnie Mouse Silicone AirPods Case — $8, was $9

If you know a Disney fan who also uses AirPods, this case is bound to be a hit. This Minnie Mouse-themed charging case will both keep your precious AirPods safe and charge them while you’re not using them. The bottom of the case is covered in Minnie’s signature red and white polka dots, while the top features her instantly recognizable ears and bow. And attached to the case is a cute Minnie-themed ring to which you can attach your keys or other small items you want to keep safe and at hand.

Disney World Theme Park Edition Monopoly — $68

Monopoly is a popular family game for the holidays, even if it does occasionally bring out people’s competitive streak! This Disney version of the classic board game is themed around Disney World, with a pop-up Fantasyland Castle taking center stage. Instead of houses and hotels, you’ll use Toontown Houses and Castles, and instead of Chance and Community Chest cards, you’ll draw Magic and Fantasy cards. And of course, instead of streets, you’ll be competing to own iconic Disney Park attractions like Sleeping Beauty Castle, Space Mountain, Disney Skyliner, and The Haunted Mansion.

Mickey Mouse Mount for Google Home/Nest Mini — $20

You can even Disney-ify your Google Home Mini using this mount in the shape of Mickey. The head acts as a speaker with decorative ears, and the non-slip base is in the style of Mickey’s red shorts. The mount is designed to be easy to install, and once your Google Home Mini is safely ensconced, you’ll still be able to use all its original features. The sturdy design means it’s suitable for children’s rooms or kitchens, or any other location where it will get a lot of use.

Disney Pixar Collection Popcorn Machine — $40

Pixar is responsible for creating some of the most memorable animated characters of the last decades, and here they are shown off in cute, stylized versions on the side of this popcorn maker. Characters like Nemo, Sulley, Wall-E, and Syndrome are reimagined in adorable cube designs, which go around the circumference of this circular machine. It pops up to 10 cups of popcorn in five minutes and has a motorized stir rod to keep all the kernels moving and get them all popped. And when you’re ready to eat, flip the lid upside down and it works as a serving bowl.

Disney Mickey and Minnie Stemless Glasses — $13, was $14

These classic, stylish glasses come in a set of two: One with Mickey Mouse printed on the side and the other with Minnie Mouse. The front of the glasses shows the face of each character in their classic style, and on the back, you’ll find their names. They’re perfect for sipping a holiday beverage of your choice, or they make for attractive decorations if you’d rather keep them pristine. Each glass is just over 8 inches high and holds 0.01 ounces.

American Tourister Disney Hardside Luggage — $167, was $180

Most of us aren’t traveling much right now, but if you’re planning a trip in the future — especially one to Disney World — then you can pick up a set of matching Disney luggage. The two-piece set includes a carry-on size wheeled trolley bag and a larger checked luggage size wheeled bag as well, so you can travel in style. The design features a print of Mickey in bright colors so you’ll easily be able to spot your luggage at baggage reclaim, and it has a metal Disney and American Tourister logo plate as well. There are also other prints and colors available like a subtle Minnie Mouse pink polka dot, a colorful Minnie Mouse print, or a retro black and white Mickey print.

Lego Disney Castle — $350

What could be more Disney than Cinderella’s Castle? The instantly recognizable castle is rendered in a Lego playset so you can built the impressive structure at home with the kids. There’s a mammoth 4,080 pieces in total, plus five mini-figures, and the castle is full of special details like a stone bridge, a multi-floored main building, buildable curtains, a treasure chest with a book of spells, and much more. There’s even a glass slipper hidden away under the roof. This is a limited-release item, so snap it up quickly before it sells out.

While you’re getting on with your holiday shopping, you can pick up gifts for other friends and family members as well. For loads of inspiration, head to our Deals page where we curate the best deals from across the internet to make your shopping easier.

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