PHOTOS: True Blue Merch Benefiting Make-A-Wish Arrives at Disneyland Resort

Share This!

The big merchandise release at Downtown Disney this week is the True Blue collection, which celebrates 40 years of Disney and Make-A-Wish Foundation working together to grant wishes of children with critical illnesses. As you can see, that’s a lot of blue! Truly!

Like the sign says, Disney will donate 25% of the purchase price to Make-A-Wish. Let’s take a look at the items available in this collection.

First up is this spirit jersey which has the Disneyland Resort and D logo on the back and front. It’s hard to tell from the pictures but the shirt also features sparkly flakes all over. $69.99.

Another style of spirit jersey for $54.99, this time with the Disneyland logo on the back and sleeve.

For kids and smaller folks, here’s a spirit jersey with a Mickey Mouse allover print. $49.99.

A similar design can be found on these leggings for $39.99.

Here’s a Loungefly True Blue backpack available for $90.00.

What if you could spend slightly less money, but at the same get a tiny backpack that is hardly functional? You’re in luck because this much smaller True Blue backpack can be yours for $45.

For $27.99 this ornament can be yours.

Sparkly True Blue Minnie Mouse ear headband for $29.99.

Complete your outfit with these True Blue Crocs for $59.99.

Even your dog can rock some True Blue gear.

These Starbucks Disneyland Resort tumblers can be yours for $27.99.

Wrapping up the True Blue collection, here’s a sorcerer’s hat pin.

It’s been a few weeks since we’ve looked at new merchandise at Downtown Disney so quickly I’ll go through some of the other new items that recently arrived. Here’s a Funko Pop vinyl figure of the organist from Haunted Mansion. Apparently his name is Victor Geist. Why almost every ghost in Haunted Mansion suddenly received a name in recent years is unknown to me. 🤷‍♂️

For the low price of $119 you can get yourself your very own Boba Fett helmet. If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for grandma, this may be it!

This Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes, which is of course the cantina band from Star Wars, popped up a couple of weeks ago in World of Disney. It’s a horribly nerdy shirt that no one in their right mind should purchase…

Of course I immediately bought it. Wrapping things up with this Mandalorian and The Child PEZ dispenser set.

Are you picking anything from the True Blue line of merchandise? How about the Figrin D’an shirt? Let me know in the comments below. 

 

 

Guy Selga Jr.

Hi, I'm Guy Selga. Researcher and blogger for TouringPlans.com. Disneyland local and appreciator of Disney theme park history. I proudly represent TouringPlans on the west coast. Twitter: @guyselga

2 thoughts on “PHOTOS: True Blue Merch Benefiting Make-A-Wish Arrives at Disneyland Resort

  • October 23, 2020 at 3:18 pm
    Permalink

    I’m a cast member at a Disney Store near Philadelphia and when the Loungefly bags arrived, we were all like… “What’s with the Dallas Cowboys bags?”

    Reply
    • October 26, 2020 at 1:59 pm
      Permalink

      Haha that’s great. It definitely looks like a Cowboys bag.

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *