‘Aladdin’ Is The New Wishable Wednesday Release and Proceeds Go to Make-A-Wish

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It is again Wishable Wednesday and this time the micro plush are based off of ‘The Magic Carpets of Aladdin.” But that’s not all, Disney is donating 100% of the purchase price from the sales to Make-A-Wish.

2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the partnership between Disney and Make-A-Wish and the relationship goes back even further with Walt Disney creating their first signs.

You can purchase these Wishables at Disney Parks or online.

Let’s Take a Look!

Wishables Blind Bag – $9.99

The blind bags will have one of 5 plushies including: Aladdin, Jasmine, Magic Carpet, Magic Lamp and a Mystery Plush (that I think might be Rajah.)

But where’s Abu?

Here’s the write-up:

Enjoy a whole new world of cute with the Magic Carpets of Aladdin Series Disney Parks Wishables Collection. Each blind pack brings one of four known characters inspired by Walt Disney World’s Adventureland attraction, but you won’t know which one you’ve got until you open the pack!

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort

  • Limited Release
  • Detailed micro plush sculpting
  • Embroidered features
  • Soft, squeezable fill
  • Fuzzy plush texturing
  • Blind pack contains one of four known plush or it could be the mystery plush. You won’t know which one you have until you open the bag*
  • Magic Carpets of Aladdin Series mystery plush include Magic Carpet, Aladdin, Jasmine, Magic Lamp, and one mystery plush
  • Collect all six** plush toys in the Magic Carpets of Aladdin Series, each sold separately
  • The Magic Carpets of Aladdin attraction opened in Adventureland at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on May 24, 2001
  • Part of the Magic Carpets of Aladdin Series Wishables Collection †
  • Part of Disney Parks Wishables Collection”

Disney Wishables Genie – $9.99

The open chase micro plush is Genie!

Here’s the write-up:

Poof! Your wish is granted… Genie from the Magic Carpets of Aladdin Series of Disney Parks Wishables plush is ready to join your collection. You ain’t never had a friend like this Genie, topped by a plush ponytail, accented with a felt beard and inspired by Walt Disney World’s high flying Adventureland attraction.

Created especially for Walt Disney World Resort

  • Limited Release
  • Detailed micro plush sculpting
  • Embroidered features
  • Soft, squeezable fill
  • Fuzzy plush texturing
  • The Magic Carpets of Aladdin attraction opened in Adventureland at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on May 24, 2001
  • Part of Magic Carpets of Aladdin Series *
  • Part of Disney Parks Wishables Collection

This special Wishables collection was the third product line meant to focus on and generate money for Make-A-Wish. We had the Wishes Come True Blue merchandise and then the Mickey Mouse Plush and finally this new Wishables collection.

Disney Parks Wishables: Magic Carpets of Aladdin series

Just from the first two items Disney generated for $591,100  Make-A-Wish and now these item are going to give 100% of their sales.!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Shop Disney, Disney Parks Blog


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