Confused guest finds Disneyland merchandise for sale at Disney World

Complaints about The Walt Disney Company’s merchandise department have skyrocketed over the past year, from when Disney closed most of its Disney Stores and replaced them with offerings from Disney Online Stores. and Disney mini-stores in more than 100 target locations in the United States.

Last year, shopDisney was forced to withdraw a Spirit Jersey after it received a totally wrong shipment, prompting complaints from angry guests. And the limited-edition 2021 Stitch Crashes Disney collection, intended to be released once a month, has taken until May 2022 to complete.

Disney Store at Target
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Now, a Walt Disney World Resort guest is frustrated with merchandise offers at Disney Parks. Twitter user @TheMouseAndMore found a MagicBand+ Dooney & Bourke Disneyland Park Main Street Electrical Parade Limited Edition for sale at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and couldn’t understand why a Disneyland Resort product would be sold at Walt Disney World:

Nothing like a Disneyland item for sale in AK…that you can’t even use in Disneyland (well again)

The MagicBand service is not yet available at Disneyland Resort, so the item is currently useless at the Disney parks it is intended for. MagicBand+ wristbands are set to debut at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure later this year.

Walt Disney World is moving to MagicBand+ later this year. While it will still work, this $58 Dooney & Bourke Magicband2 will soon be obsolete at Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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MagicBands won’t work at Disneyland yet, but will debut later this year. Disneyland-themed MagicBands have been sold at Walt Disney World for years because they only work in Florida!

There is no MagicBand+ release date at Walt Disney World or MagicBand+ launch date at Disneyland. Inside the Magic will report on all MagicBand updates!

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Please note that the story described in this article is based on the personal experience of visitors to Disney parks. No two guest experiences are the same, and this article does not necessarily reflect Inside the Magic’s personal views on Disney park operations.