New Pandora Charms Released–The Lion King’ and Vintage Ticket Book

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Pandora lovers we have some exciting news for you!

Disney has just launched it’s Lion King pieces as part of the Disney Parks Collection.

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This latest Disney Parks Collection is inspired by the original animated Lion King film and features Timon, Pumbaa, Mufasa, Nala and Simba.

*Limited-edition 18k Gold-Plated Simba charm is available while supplies last.*

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Where can I get them?

These new charms are available now at various locations around the Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort including:

Walt Disney World: Uptown Jewelers-Magic Kingdom, Discovery Trading Company-Animal Kingdom

Disneyland: La Mascarde d’Orleans- Disneyland Park

You can also find them at Pandora stores in Disneyland’s Downtown Disney District and Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs area.  If you happen to be around either location tomorrow July 20th from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. you can join in the fun “…and let your style roar at this special event featuring fun photo-ops and themed food and beverage.”

But wait there’s more! A new charm inspired by the Vintage Book Tickets has also been spotted in the Magic Kingdom!

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According to WDWNT a new Disneyland Ticket Book Charm has been spotted at Uptown Jewelers in the Magic Kingdom AND on!  The price is $70.00.

“This sterling silver charm with cloisonné accents is your ticket to Disneyland style! Recreating the circa 1960 ticket book, it’s a nostalgic addition to your Pandora Jewelry collection.”

I love this one! When people talk about “E Ticket” attractions, this is what they are referring to. Once upon a time rides were based on levels and were assigned a ticket classification.

There are some of the new Pandora pieces coming. I think I would love to make a necklace out of the Disneyland Ticket Book Charm. You can do that as well as put them on bracelets!

What do you think about these? Which pieces do you want to buy? Comment and let us know!

Sources: Disney Parks Blog, WDWNT

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