PHOTOS: New Interactive Groot and Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Merch Arrive at Disneyland Resort

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As we mercifully enter the final couple of months of 2020, new merchandise continues to arrive at Downtown Disney in Disneyland Resort. Today we’ll take a look at new items featuring Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge merch, yet another new spirit jersey, and even more Christmas items.

This interactive Groot figure is now available at Stage 17 for $59.99. According to its description he responds and moves to different phrases when spoken to.

Here he is his box.

This placard is on display to inform people of his various features. For $24.99 you can let Groot cover most of your upper body in this shirt.

Celebrate Christmas with this Groot shoulder plush.

Over in Star Wars Trading Post they’re thankfully still receiving shipments from Batuu while Disneyland is closed. New merchandise from Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge has arrived, including this mug for $19.99.

Here’s an exclusive shirt for Disneyland Resort annual passholders. $36.99.

Also priced at $36.99 are these two shirts featuring icons from the land.

This hat shows the Black Spire Outpost logo on the front. The hat is an adjustable “dad hat” style.

Kids and small adults can grab this shirt for $24.99.

Here’s an annual passholder exclusive pin with the Millennium Falcon.

This four pin set can be yours for $24.99.

This pin shows the holochess game from the Millennium Falcon, also known as Dejarik. The price tag on this one is an outrageous $54.99.

Heading over to World of Disney, here’s another high priced item that probably won’t sell well. A single Baby Yoda rice cereal treat for $8.99.

Two varieties of Baby Yoda Funko Pops, one small and one extra large.

Another new Disneyland spirit jersey, this time featuring some of their critter characters. $69.99.

Even more Christmas merchandise has arrived since last week. Here’s a magnet for $7.99.

Wrapping things up with this line of miniature Starbucks Disney tumblers.

That’s it for this week. Did you see anything you’re interested in? Let me know in the comments below. 

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Guy Selga Jr.

Disneyland writer for TouringPlans.com and co-author of the Unofficial Guide to Disneyland. Also a Disneyland local and appreciator of Disney theme park history. Twitter and Instagram: @guyselga

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