Stock Up on Birthday Gifts Kids Will Love From Disney’s Sale
It might feel like your kid goes to a birthday party every weekend. Use Disney Friends & Family sale to nab some gifts you can have on hand so your kid never shows up empty-handed.
Here’s the truth—your kid might have a better social life than you at this point if he or she has a birthday party invite every week. And another truth? It can be hard to keep on top of gift giving when they’re party-hopping all the time. The trick is to keep a selection of presents on hand at home so you’re not running to the toy store, Target, or Amazon Prime-ing it at the last minute. Disney just rolled out its Friends & Family event, during which customers can get 25 percent off their entire purchase with code DISNEYPAL. So stock up on a handful of items now and rest easy for the next couple of weeks.
Minnie Mouse Sequin Backpack for Kids
It’s hard not to turn heads with this Minnie Mouse-inspired backpack covered in sequins. It has a main compartment and a front zippered one, so there’s enough storage space for books, pencils, and more.
To buy: $45 (originally $34); shopdisney.com.
Y-Wing Starfighter Playset
Want to impress any Star Wars fan? Gift them this playset with four minifigures: a Y-Wing pilot, Admiral Raddus, Moroff, and a Stormtrooper. It’s suited for kids aged eight to 14.
To buy: $53 (originally $70); shopdisney.com.
Moana Classic Doll
Everyone fell in love with Moana when the animated film premiered in 2016. And honestly, we still have “How Far I’ll Go” stuck in our heads almost two years later. This poseable doll is a must for anyone who idolizes the heroine.
To buy: $13 (originally $17); shopdisney.com.
Coco Card Game
A board game is the way to go when you’re not sure what’s on the birthday kid’s wish list. This Coco-themed game is based on Loteria, a traditional game that is similar to bingo.
To buy: $12 (originally $15); shopdisney.com.
Spider-Man Bike Helmet
It’s all about safety first, and any kid will want to wear this cool Spider-Man helmet all the time, even when they’re not on a bike. There’s an adjustable buckle so it can fit the child’s head just right.
To buy: $19 (originally $25); shopdisney.com.
Dress up time just got a lot more fun. She can pretend to build ice sculptures with her special powers just like Elsa, while singing “Let It Go,” of course.
To buy: $34 (originally $45); shopdisney.com.