Shop Disney decided to return to the virtual waiting room for the newest Midnight Masquerade Villains line. Ursula pins and doll were released today and there was no MerchPass.
Shop Disney did make the announcement yesterday on social media. But many likely didn’t see it.
Poor unfortunate souls no longer! Visit https://t.co/pKveb6tVJE tomorrow at 7am PT to make Ursula part of your world. Catch a new #MidnightMasquerade Villain release weekly, now without MerchPass. pic.twitter.com/o1pGVAiQfP
— shopDisney (@shopDisney) October 19, 2020
I’m happy to see them stop with the MerchPass because it’s ridiculous. Every time they do it people are using hundreds of accounts to take everything anyways. Even going as far as selling the account sign in to buy the item and avoid the 2 per address limit on “wins.”
Some are mad that they got rid of MerchPass too. Because the scalpers will buy them all. Which, as I mentioned, is happening either way.
Here’s what people are saying today:
So scalpers will just buy them up and sell them for 300 times the price on eBay. pic.twitter.com/IW1U8PuGAs
— ember 🦊🌈👩🏻🎤☕️ (@petalsinastorm) October 19, 2020
Wow! No merchpass yay!!
— NateTurdTheThird (@TurdNate) October 19, 2020
Thank you for listening
— Juan Aponte-Santini (@JuankyAS) October 19, 2020
Shopdisney removed the merchpass for the limited edition Disney Villain dolls but now they got me in a virtual waiting room. This website getting on my nerves. I just wanna purchase my item.
— ♦♠♥♣LunarSkye♣♥♠♦ (@LunarSkye) October 20, 2020
There honestly isn’t a way to make everyone happy, but MerchPass was abused so hard. Some people never got chosen at all even after they entered every time, while others would get selected for more than one chosen item.
At least now people have a chance.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
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