New Harveys Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Vault Collection Mickey and Friends Tote Now Available

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There is a brand new Harveys tote bag coming soon (Now Available) at Walt Disney World for the 50th Anniversary celebration. The new Medium Streamline Tote is part of the Vault Collection and celebrates the history of the Walt Disney World Resort.

The price on the bag is $218.

Featuring Mickey and friends on one side and an old park map on the other side, this piece is going to be a hit with parks fans.

According to the Instagram post from ShopHarveys, this bag will be available on Monday, January 24th, but it’s only listing it at Ever After Jewelry Co in Disney Spring and Uptown Jewelers in the Magic Kingdom.

 

 

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“Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort with our latest retro bag inspired by Mickey and friends. This Medium Streamline Tote highlights the fun of Magic Kingdom in a retro style that is sure to delight. Part of the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Vault Collection, this bag features Mickey and friends on the front and a map of Magic Kingdom on the back. Find this bag Monday, January 24th at Ever After Jewelry Co. & Accessories in Disney Springs and Uptown Jewelers in the Magic Kingdom.”

Sadly, it doesn’t appear to be available online, which is going to severely limit the fans who can purchase the bag and drive the prices on sites like eBay through the roof. Not that it actually matters if they go available online, as they mostly end up in resellers hands anyway.

It’s really cute though and would go with the new Parks Map Spirit Jersey really well:

 

Good luck to those going in to get one! Maybe they will magically appear online as well.

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