Disney World Free Souvenirs

We visited Disney World last January, and I keep having fond flashbacks (as I get stuck in snowdrifts in my driveway).

Disney World Free Souvenirs

One fun way we make the magic last a little longer is with the plastic Mickey head plates that kids’ meals are served on there.  We saved one for each of the girls after they ate their meal, brought them home, and have used them all year since.  And there you have something quite rare: Disney World free souvenirs  (normally they’re just thrown away at the restaurant).

Disney World plates

They’ve held up great, and every time the kids use them they bring a smile as we remember the fun of that trip.

 

9 thoughts on “Disney World Free Souvenirs

  1. What a great idea! I wish I had thought of that.
    What I did was everyday at Disney at the end of the day, I spread out all the stuff we had collected that day (pins, transportation collector cards, unused Fastpasses, souvenirs, park maps & schedules etc) on the bed & took a picture
    Just looking at those remind us of all the different people we met that made our day special!)

  2. Great tip! We are planning our first trip to Disney and I am always looking for great Disney tips! Thanks for your comment on my Capture Monster post. I am glad to be able to send him your way (when he’s done at my house, of course)!

  3. Wow – what a grea tip. I’ve been there about a dozen times throughout my life (and am in a constant state of mourning whenever I’m not physically there) and this would have never occured to me.

    When we go in October, we’ll be bringing some of the magic back with us in the form of Mickey Head Plates!

    Thanks!
    Tracy

  4. I am so glad you got to go and had such a wonderful time!

  5. Hi Anna! We got ours in 2008 — I assume/hope they’re still there. When we went, we got them at a casual/quick-serve restaurant in Animal Kingdom. At that time, at least, I think all quick-served restaurants at WDW used them. I hope you can find them! We still have ours 🙂

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