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shopDisney Launches 12 Days of Magical Deals

It’s the holiday season once again, and Disney is ready for it! There have already been several gift guides and special product releases recently (including gift guides for Disney princess fans, self-care enthusiasts, or party hosts), but if you still have some shopping left on your holiday list, then shopDisney is the place to go–because the website is beginning “12 Days of Magical Deals“! Check back on shopDisney.com every day for new deals; the first deal ushering in this occasion is a 25% discount for orders over $100 and a 20% discount for orders over $75. The event is also kicking off with free shipping for orders over $75!

If you’ve had your eye on some of the more expensive shopDisney items (such as the glamorous Loungefly backpack that was just released), or on something exclusive like the Princess Tiana Signature Compact and Lipstick or the Moana Signature Compact and Lipstick (both of which have already sold out on their original brand’s website), then now might be the time to buy! The Merida Castle Collection could also be a good option if you’re a big fan of modern Disney princesses. The newest Dooney & Bourke bags (including the 50th anniversary bags) might also be some tempting products! Jewelry, ear hats, headbandsStar Wars merchandise…the list goes on!

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shopDisney is also highlighting certain products each week; for this first week of the event (which will last until December 16th), the focus is on Encanto products to complement the new movie’s release. The main Encanto items this week are the Play Sets, which include the Magical Casa Madrigal Play Set, Isabela’s Garden Room Play Set, and Antonio’s Tree House Play Set.

Are you planning on using shopDisney’s “12 Days of Magical Deals” to cross some items off your shopping list this month? And are any of the more expensive shopDisney products catching your eye?

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!