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Disney celebrates Halloween and all things villainous with this new mug

Disney celebrates Halloween and all things villainous with this new mug

This mug will leave you speechless. Can you guess which villain it represents?

A special villanous tiki mug

Screenshot: Disney Eats

Head’s up Disney mug fans. A brand new limited-edition mug is on the way. Whether you are a mug collector or you simply enjoy sipping your beverages from something magical, this may be a fun item for you to pick up.

This unique mug is being brought to you by Ursula! Disney even had to travel to the Caspian Sea to get it for us. It is hauntingly charming, isn’t it?

When, Where, and How?

Screenshot: Disney Eats

So far, this mug will only be available at Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at Disneyland Hotel at The Disneyland Resort. At this time, Disney has not shared when it will be available or for how long.

Related: See why I think the Disneyland Hotel is the best Disney hotel in this post.

Credit: Monica

Usually, tiki mugs are only available to Guests via mobile order through the Disneyland app. Typically, orders will open up at 6AM PT.

You should also probably know that, while not confirmed, Guests are limited to 2 mugs per order. Disney has not provided enough details just yet to confirm.

What about Walt Disney World?

Credit: Susan

So far, Disney has not made any noise as to whether this mug will come to Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto at Disney’s Polynesian Resort in Walt Disney World. However, if history repeats itself, it may be available shortly after the Disneyland release.

Often times it is not available on both coasts. However, last year Disney released the Monstro Mug on both coasts. So, only time will tell!

Are you hoping to get your hands on am Ursula Tiki Mug of your own? Let us know in the comments. And, be sure to share this post with someone visiting Disneyland! 


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