Those vintage ceramic Christmas trees that adorned your grandma’s holiday-happy home are back—Disney style. The Magic Kingdom turned plastic versions of the nostalgic fave into popcorn buckets as exclusive souvenirs for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party 2019.

The Mickey Light-Up Tree Premium Popcorn Bucket features the signature style of the ceramic vintage trees, but with a Disney theme. Each bucket has real working holiday lights and a pint-sized version of Mickey dressed in a Santa hat!

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The Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party treats are announced and 1) There are 10,000 of them and 2) They look 👀 amazing this year!! So many innovative and fun things plus BEER 🍺 CHEESE 🧀 DIP, BB!!!!!! Swipe to see some of the fun! That Christmas tree 🎄 popcorn 🍿 bucket will be MINE! — Holiday Christmas Tree popcorn bucket (MVMCP Exclusive) — Sven Sipper (MVMCP exclusive) — Cherry and Pistachio soft serve cold hot chocolate float (Daily) — Kakamora Float: coconut soft serve with pineapple juice and N/A blue curacao, plus Kakamora cake pop (MVMCP exclusive) — Cookie Butter Milkshake (returning — Daily) — ANTLER BREADSTICKS WITH BEER CHEESE (MVMCP exclusive) — Holiday Jingle Bell Sipper (Daily — also at Disneyland)

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Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party guests can find the novelty souvenir buckets (which are only available while supplies last) at popcorn carts throughout the park. The Disney Food Blog also reports finding the $25 buckets in the park’s Animal Kingdom.

Reportedly, the buckets are selling out quickly. So if you’re planning a trip to the Magic Kingdom’s Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party 2019, get your mini Mickey-themed tree ASAP.

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Disney Food Blog via Instagram

 

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