While there’s no denying that at £23 (plus £4.96 delivery) is a bit on the expensive side for a t-shirt, I’ve seen worse. What really surprises me is the price of the Disneyland Paris Signature Bomber Jacket which at £48 is half of what I was expecting, and has me really very tempted now.
When I first saw the Signature Range photos this jacket caught my eye, but wouldn’t have been shocked to a price tag of £100 on it. I’m not complaining though, I hope there is much reasonably priced merchandise to come. I much prefer this Signature Range to the Disneyland Paris Celebration Collection, which by the way now has Mickey and Minnie plushes added to it.
It doesn’t state how big the plushes are, and at £40 each you’d hope they are at least 12-18 inches tall.
There are now 36 items for sale in the Disney Parks Collection section of the Disney Store website, up from 19 a few weeks ago. What is interesting is that the section is indeed called Disney Parks, which would indicate that maybe we will see merchandise from other Parks around the world included at some point, not just from Disneyland Paris.
There is also a little banner advert telling us that the Disneyland Paris 20th Anniversary Retro Range is coming to the website too. So soon you’ll be spoiled for choice and you’ll no longer have to do all your shopping in the parks. Have you ordered anything of of their website yet, or will you know the Signature Range has been added?