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0 Current Deals
If you sign up to the ShopDisney newsletter (at the bottom of its homepage) you can get a unique code for 15% off valid for the month of your birthday. Either enter the code at the online checkout or show it to a staff member at a Disney Store (only if stores are open during the validity of the code).
You have to be over 18 to sign up, but you could buy something for your kids and keep it until their birthday. See full T&Cs.
You'll need to sign up at least two months in advance, and there are a list of excluded products and services, eg, limited edition items, at the ShopDisney website.
Latest Expired Deals
ShopDisney's 'up to 50% off summer sale'
Plus an extra 10% off online via codeExpired
If you go online to ShopDisney*, you can get up to 50% off in the summer sale plus an extra 10% off online when you enter the code EXTRA10 at the checkout until 11.59pm on Mon 12 Jul. Delivery's £3.95 (or £2.95 click & collect), or free if you're spending £50 or more.
When we checked on Wed 7 Jul, we could see 202 items on sale and although it's billed as 50% off, we found that a few items had a higher discount.
Here are some strong examples we found:
- Mickey and Minnie face coverings* – 90p with code (were £1, reduced from £3.99, originally £20)
- Sleeping beauty figurine playset* - £6.92 with code (was £7.69, reduced from £12.89, originally £25.95)
- Kids' Elsa hooded sweatshirt* – £8.99 with code (was £9.99, reduced from £12.49, originally £25)
- Frozen 2 Elsa costume* – £16.46 with code (was £18.29, reduced from £30.49, originally £61)
IMPORTANT - THIS DEAL HAS EXPIRED
This deal has expired - you can't get it any more. We've kept it here for reference.
Boosted: ShopDisney 'up to 50% off' sale
Incl costumes, toys, jewellery and moreExpired
Start date: It started on Christmas Eve
Sale strength: Up to 50% off selected items. The sale boosted from 30% off selected lines on Wed 6 Jan
Likely to boost? We've not seen it boost further than 'up to 50% off' before, so we wouldn't expect it to increase any further this year.
A few strong examples we spotted on Mon 18 Jan: