It’s the most important year of the year in Disney.
As we head into the final two weeks of the Disney Consumer Products (DCP) 2017 calendar, here’s a look at what’s available and what’s getting discontinued.
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The Disney Parks and Resorts division also has some good deals this year.
Star Wars Land has been getting some new, smaller spaces, as have Disney Parks’ three-day-only Frozen and Toy Story parks.
Disney’s Magic Kingdom and Epcot, along with the resort chain Disney Cruise Line, have added a new Star Wars movie, and Disney Parks is adding the first Disney Pixar movie in the parks since Toy Story 2.
Disney Parks also has new experiences in the Magic Kingdom: Disney’s World of Adventures is getting new mini-mobiles and mini-golf carts, while the Jungle Cruise is getting a new ride, a Disney Pint-Sized Adventure, and a new attraction, Toy-Tron.
Disney also has a couple of smaller offerings: Star Tours Discovery is getting the Star Wars Experience for $1.99, while Epcot’s Animal Kingdom is getting an extra ticket for $7.99.
For Disney Infinity fans, the company is also releasing a new Disney-branded game for the Xbox One, a Star Wars themed game for PlayStation 4, and an updated version of Disney’s Fantasmic: Music Evolved.
There are also new titles for Nintendo Switch, and more on Disney Parks for the holiday season.
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