New Halloween merchandise, including a Minnie ear headband, has arrived at Disneyland Resort. We found the ear headband at the Disneyland newsstand and in the Emporium. Most of the other merchandise was also in the Emporium.
Halloween Minnie Ear Headband – $29.99
The ears are pleather. The orange bow in the center is double-layered, with the lower layer covered in sequins. A ghost wearing a Mickey ear hat is at the center of the bow.
The ears are covered in more ghosts, jack-o’-lanterns, spell books, and more Halloween imagery.
The headband is black and “Boo!” is embroidered on one side.
Disneyland Resort Halloween Onesie – $19.99
This onesie is orange and reads “Boo!” across a ghost wearing Mickey ears.
It buttons up the back.
Halloween Youth Zippered Hoodie – $39.99
This hoodie has an all-over print featuring Halloween items and Mickey and friends.
The zipper is black.
The interior is also black.
The Skeleton Dance Bucket Hat – $29.99
These next few items are inspired by “The Skeleton Dance,” a 1929 animated Disney short. Four skeletons dance across the front of the bucket hat, which is black and white.
The back features the opening title of “The Skeleton Dance,” which reads:
Disney cartoons present a Silly Symphony “The Skeleton Dance
The Skeleton Dance Shot Glass – $9.99
The shot glass features the skeletons too.
The Skeleton Dance Button-Down Shirt – $59.99
The shirt is black, with blocks featuring different frames from the Silly Symphony.
Pet Pumpkin Costume – $39.99
This pet costume is orange with green leaves around the neck. It has two plush Mickey pumpkins on the back. The hole below the neck is for a leash to go through.
It has glow-in-the-dark accents, perfect for taking your pet out trick-or-treating at night.
The costume has two velcro straps on the underside.
Halloween Tea Towel – $19.99
This tea towel is black, with subtle spiderweb patterns.
Patches of a ghost wearing Mickey ears, a Mickey jack-o’-lantern, and “Boo!” are on one end.
The rest of the towel is printed with ghosts, jack-o’-lanterns, skulls, birds, and candy.
“Star Wars” Halloween Droids Youth Tee – $19.99
This black T-shirt features a row of Halloween-inspired droids across the chest. A candy corn piece with the “Star Wars” logo in the center is at the bottom.
The droids are just like the droid figures available separately. “Spooky” is above them.
“Star Wars” Halloween Droids Reversible Youth Hoodie – $46.99
The same droids are featured on this heather grey hoodie.
The front has droids in pairs on the left breast and right pocket.
The other side of the hoodie has an all-over print of droids against a spiderweb background.
It’s fully reversible.
“Star Wars” Grogu Halloween Doormat – $39.99
The doormat features Grogu (a.k.a. Baby Yoda) with a pumpkin full of candy. He’s accompanied by a spider, frogs, and candy.
Lights on the sides of the mat flash when you step on it.
Halloween Ball Cap – $29.99
This grey ball cap has a ghost wearing Mickey ears on the front.
“Boo!” is on the back.
Halloween Blazer and Bowtie – $69.99
The blazer in this set is black and covered in Mickey pumpkins, plus some skulls wearing orange Mickey ears.
The blazer glows in the dark.
The included black bowtie lights up.
Halloween Sweater – $54.99
This black sweater has the classic Disneyland “D” on the left breast.
Pluto, Mickey, Goofy, Donald, Chip, and Dale are on the sides and sleeves.
A Mickey jack-o’-lantern is on the back. This sweater was at Pioneer Mercantile.
Marvel Halloween Youth Hoodie – $44.99
This pullover hoodie is black and covered in jack-o’-lanterns inspired by different Marvel superheroes.
We found this and the two Grogu items below in Star Trader.
Halloween Grogue Onesie – $19.99
This long-sleeved onesie is a cream color with an image of Grogu in a pumpkin crib. He’s using the Force to make candy float around him.
It reads, “Little tricks, big treats!”
Halloween Grogu Youth Shirt – $29.99
This long-sleeved shirt has Grogu peeking out of a happy jack-o’-lantern.
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