The holidays are coming up fast. If you are like me you haven’t got much shopping done yet.
Like most big retailers, Disney wants to help take more of your money so they have a list of “Hot Toys” up HERE.
There’s a wide range of price options available from a few dollars to over $800.
Is it wrong that I am seriously considering getting the Monorail playset for my husband?
I really think he would like it.
My daughter immediately added the 14 pack of Disney Animator mini dolls to her Christmas list.
They have dolls, plush, Lego sets, Action Figures and more.
The Buzz Lightyear Star Command Center is also super cute! But it’s $149.95!
There are tons of Lego Sets including the Millennium Falcon for $800.00 or the Disney Train Station for $329.99. (ouch)
Don’t worry. They have some more reasonably priced Lego sets too for! There is a wide price range going on there! So something for everyone.
Kids love play kitchens! This one is adorable! It reminds me of something you would see in Toon Town!
They also have a KidKraft doll house.
I do highly recommend those. My daughter got one when she was three and it’s still in fantastic condition years later. They are fantastic!
You can find Disney themed KidKraft houses other places for much better deals too. Or just regular KidKraft doll houses. So if your child isn’t into Cinderella, there are other options.
Right now Amazon has a Belle KidKraft House for under $100!
I know they also have an Arendelle Palace dollhouse, a Frozen Ice Castle dollhouse and more. So if Cinderella isn’t your thing, check around!
Definitely check out the Hot Holiday Toy List that Disney has up right now. I’m sure there will be sales going on before the holidays too! So keep an eye out.
A lot of big box stores are also carrying similar items so you can probably find a good deal before the holidays on a lot of items.
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