This year’s monthly series has been announced to showcase Mickey Mouse. Mickey Mouse The Main Attraction will be the partner line to the 2020 Minnie Mouse The Main Attraction series. So far from what we know it will have the same attractions featured.
Now we may have a look at a new piece coming to “The Main Attraction” series –Disney keys.
Instagram user @Disneystoreikey has posted a look a a Mickey Mouse The Main Attraction Key for Space Mountain, marked 1 of 12.
This key features a Space Mountain image in the key handle, with Space Mountain written on the item. The key end is shaped like Cinderella Castle and has “50,” for the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World, engraved into it.
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The image came from Belloshophk where they were apparently selling them for $55, but have now sold out.
On the back of the box it reads:
“Blast light-speed ahead on the Space Mountain attraction, an out-of-this-world rollercoaster in the Tomorrowland area. Shooting stars whiz by and orbs of light glow on your journey through space. Opening in the Magic Kingdom park at the Walt Disney World Resort in 1975, this astronomical attraction has appealed to fans ever since.”
It’s also marked ShopDisney.com and they covered up the price area with their logo.
We already have had a look at the Loungefly pieces and ears coming for Space Mountain and Pirates of the Caribbean, which are presumably the first two months, following the same attraction release at the Minnie Mouse series.
We still do not know when this series will release. It’s still listed as “coming soon.” I do know that if it’s anything like the Minnie Mouse line, it’s going to be incredibly popular.
The Minnie Mouse the Main Attraction series offered ears, mug, pin, magic band, plush and a Loungefly piece each month. We don’t yet know all that will be offered for the Mickey Mouse line, but ears, Loungefly pieces and a now a key seem to be certain.
Hopefully we will get some dates soon.
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