Silly Question - Mickey Mouse Ears

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  1. ILoveMy3Boys

    ILoveMy3Boys Earning My Ears

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    I know this is silly but I have a friend that is going to be going to Disneyland in April and I was planning to have her pick me up some Mickey Mouse ears for my three young boys. Does anyone know how much they are? It would be a toddler size. Thanks so much!!
     
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  3. michael's mom

    michael's mom DIS Veteran

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    When I was there a couple of years ago I think they were $15.
     
  4. MyVirtueAidan

    MyVirtueAidan Mouseketeer

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    Im almost positive they started around $15 and went up... For both of my children ages 18months and 5 years i always bought the the baby/toddler size with the elastic string... Just becarefull with the string... Both kids have snapped the bottom of there chin with the elastic before...
     
  5. mpalusze

    mpalusze Earning My Ears

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    Does anyone know if I can call the resort and have mickey ears for my boys in our room when we arrive? I would love to surprise them if this is possible.
     
  6. DWFan4Life

    DWFan4Life DIS Veteran

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    During our trip last Christmas, we got it around $18. :thumbsup2
     
  7. SIMMSMOUSE

    SIMMSMOUSE Mouseketeer

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    They are not too expensive maybe 15
     
  8. michael's mom

    michael's mom DIS Veteran

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    I don't know if they could be in your room rightwhen you arrive because they don't know what room you will be assigned to until you check in...unlike the Jon and Kate +8 episode. You could order them and have them waiting for you when you check in and then, when the boys weren't looking, head over to your room early, put them in there, and then pretend that you haven't entered the room yet when you walk in as a family. Or, you could order them and have them delivered later that day or the next.

    I am not quite sure, but I'd just call your resort and ask a CM what your options are.
     
  9. Metro West

    Metro West Nothing to see here...move along.

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  10. daisygirl902

    daisygirl902 DIS Veteran

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    Mickey ears are around $9 or $10 plus the cost of embroidry if you want it. I think the embroidery is about $2 if I remember correctly. I have never seen ears going for $20...
     
  11. h3dude

    h3dude Earning My Ears

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    When we were there a couple of weeks ago they were still around $15.
     
  12. smidgen21

    smidgen21 Wanna be Tink

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    you can have just about anything delivered to your room prior to arrival.

    i found this link for you. i read about this on the mom's panel webiste.
     
  13. mpalusze

    mpalusze Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for the link. I'll look into this. :goodvibes
     
  14. lovetoscrap

    lovetoscrap Sees tag fairy posts that aren't there. Moderator

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    Depending on where you are staying I am not sure that they can guarantee that something will actually be in your room when you arrive. Sometimes it is left at the front desk, sometimes it is delivered after you have already been in your room. As someone mentioned before, often your room is not assigned until you actually check in, or changes have to be made after it is assigned so they don't put things in the room until you are there.

    If you are staying Concierge level of a Deluxe then you are certainly more likely to have something in your room when you arrive. My experience with the Values has been that they keep things at the desk and have you come and pick them up. They don't tend to do room delivery (your experiences may vary)
     

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