Today has been quite eventful for Shop Disney angering customers. They didn’t do just one extremely limited release, they did two. One was for the Dwayne Johnson Jungle Cruise Mouse Ear hat and the other was for the extremely limited Alice in Wonderland 70th Anniversary collectors doll inspired by famous Disney artist Mary Blair.
The doll was very limited and only 7,900 were available world-wide and I believe the price was around $129.99.
Of course she sold out ridiculously fast and now eBay has more fodder for the scalpers using services to gain access with over 100 listings on the site already.
A bunch have already sold as well:
Now normally they usually have limits per customer and for something like this it’s normally one. I’m not sure what the limit was on this one, but this seller had 4.
Twitter has words for Shop Disney over their releases today.
I’m so incredibly sad. I was in the waiting room for @shopDisney the moment it went live and by the time the site let me in she was already sold out 💔💔💔 I know she’s limited but any chance there might be additional dolls added at all? pic.twitter.com/1X42LLEDdJ
— Chloe Juniper🎀✨💖 (@junipermayqueen) July 26, 2021
I’ve been there! Just wanted something NOT in high demand.
Why the fuck is ShopDisney putting me in a virtual waiting room? I just want some damn masks not a ton of shit to buy and resell for twice as much!
— Kylo SJ-en #OldAF #Vaccinated #TeamGinger (@twistedperceptn) July 26, 2021
another hot garbage release by @shopDisney thanks for nothing.
— high at disney (@highatdisney) July 26, 2021
Limited items are much harder to come by, but it seems Disney has a lot of trouble every time they have a release. It seems that limits don’t matter somehow.
I’m just sitting around waiting for them to release their Halloween stuff, but I completely understand their frustration.
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