Resellers at It Again, Selling Beloved Disney Park Collectibles for Massive Markups

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Main Street Electrical Parade collectibles

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Disney resellers are at it again, this time coming from Disneyland Resort.

Earlier this year, Walt Disney World Resort Guests went crazy for a Figment Popcorn Bucket that debuted at EPCOT. Disney Park Guests reportedly stood in line for more than seven hours to get their hands on the adorable popcorn bucket and the popular collectible sold out just days after its debut. Another batch of inventory also sold out in just a day.

figment popcorn bucket
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Now, the collectible craze has made its way to Disneyland Resort.

Celebrating the return of nighttime spectaculars and the Main Street Electrical Parade’s 50th-year anniversary, Disneyland debuted an all-new line of merchandise. As part of the celebration, there were also two collectibles– an Elliott light-up popcorn bucket and a Turtle sipper float– debuted for Guests to enjoy.

Becoming available last Friday coinciding with the return of the beloved nighttime spectaculars, it seems that dozens of listings for the collectibles have already made their way onto third-party sites and customers in the United States and beyond are lining up to spend their money, apparently.

main street electrical parade
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Resellers have listed the starting price for the Elliott popcorn bucket as high as $125.00, with many listings being less, and the Turtle Sipper for as high as $180.00. There are also combination packages that include both collectible items.

The beloved Main Street Electrical Parade merchandise– which saw Disneyland Guests sprinting through the Disney Park and toppling one another to get their hands on it— has also made its way onto third-party sites. The Disneyland Main Street Electrical Parade loungefly is selling for $174.95 by one seller, who already has reported 11 sold.

Main Street Electrical Parade merchandise Loungefly
Credit: Disney Parks Blog

One seller has just one pair of Minnie Mouse ears remaining from the collection after selling 10 pairs for $89.99.

Though Disney had announced rules and limitations on the merchandise and collectibles, it seems that resellers have still found a way to get around those restrictions.

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