Disney Lollipop packs?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by MommytoaSweetie, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. MommytoaSweetie

    MommytoaSweetie DIS Veteran

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    Hi! I'm trying to plan out goody bags for DD's birthday party that happens to be a few days after we return from WDW (poor planning there, ha!). I figured it might be fun to have something from WDW in them. :) In my memory, I feel like there used to be bags of small lollipops (unicorn kind?) or "bouquets" of other lollipops available. Do these still exist, and if they do, anyone know how much they are for what you get?

    (Sorry if this is the wrong board, I couldn't figure out which to post on!)
     
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  3. RES1536

    RES1536 Earning My Ears

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    There are bundles of little Mickey Mouse-shaped lollipops. Those are 5 for around $5. I don't remember an exact price.
     
  4. mmorris72

    mmorris72 Mouseketeer

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    I know there is a phone number that you can call and they can ship you things from the parks. I actually had these suckers mailed to me a couple of yrs ago. I think it was like 6 mickey heads for like $5.95 or so. I'm sure there is someone on the board that can get you the merchandise phone number
     
  5. MommytoaSweetie

    MommytoaSweetie DIS Veteran

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    Thanks! I'll find them when I go, and they don't sound super pricey so perfect. :)
     
  6. Irishgrl

    Irishgrl Mouseketeer

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    they have mini twist one that come 6 in a bag for 4.95. I think it' s red bag made by goofy candy co. if u have any snack credits left u can use them.
     
  7. Pixiedust34

    Pixiedust34 <font color=blue>It's like I'm stuck in a music ti

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    This may be your best deal.

    A budget-friendly alternative may be to visit your local Walgreens. I've seen Disney themed candy there now and then, and they may have lollipops of some kind you could use.
     

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