Best Disney Christmas Stocking Stuffers for $15 or Less

Looking for fun stocking stuffers for Disney fans or inexpensive last-minute gifts that are too big to fit in a sock? This list has you covered, with Christmas gifts for kids and adults–all $15 or less. There are great books, toys, household goods, and accessories, and more on this buying guide. (Updated December 17, 2023.)

If you’re looking for more substantial present ideas, check out our Ultimate Christmas Gift Guide for Disney Fans. Want practical things that’ll help improve the quality of your vacation? Our Packing List for Walt Disney World has you covered, with many unique items that you never knew you needed!

Even though the “sale season” is (supposedly) over, many of these are still available for their discounted Black Friday/Cyber Monday prices. This includes a ton of Disney items–everything from board games to toys to puzzles to books to travel accessories. Suffice to say, we’re expecting Amazon’s Holiday Deals to continue until Christmas Day.

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On with our list of the best stocking stuffers for Christmas—starting with our favorite new for Christmas 2023 find!

Funko The Muppet Christmas Carol Spirit of Giving Card Game – This brand new card game is an instant buy for us, and obvious recommendation. The original artwork is adorable, and semi-collaborative gameplay involving all of the characters from the movie–including Scrooge and the Ghosts of Christmas–is fun for almost all ages. 

The Muppet Christmas Carol: The Illustrated Holiday Classic – Another Muppet Christmas Carol, but this time in book form. Similar selling point–adorable artwork–makes this book a winner.

Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (Book) – We can’t vouch for this illustrated book yet, but it’s something we’re picking up ourselves so we don’t keep reading the same stories again and again to Megatron. From the publisher: In 1977, when Jim Henson debuted the now-classic film Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas, few knew it was based on a story written and illustrated by Russell and Lillian Hoban, creators of Bread and Jam for Frances and other treasured children’s books. Here’s the book that started it all, a beautiful gift edition that will thrill Muppets fans young and old.

Haunted Mansion: Call of The Spirits Board Game – I’m a total sucker for cheesy and cheeky board games, as well as Walt Disney World board games. This is the perfect intersection of those interests. It’s a fairly strategic game that’s easy enough for kids but also deep enough for adults. 

Disney Chronology Game – Test your Disney knowledge with this iconic game of time that celebrates key moments in Disney’s 100-year history!

5 Second Rule Disney Edition – I’m a big fan of high-energy games that are easy to pick up and play, and this fits the bill perfectly. 

Aristocats VHS Style Funko Pop – Love this movie and love the VHS cover art style.

There are actually a LOT of Disney Funkos on Sale. Many deep discounts, and some really cool ones–and I say that as someone who usually hates Funkos. But who am I to resist 90s toys in VHS styles?!

Disney Wish Hug & Wish Star 10-Inch Glowing Plush – Wish merchandise has been deeply discounted due to the film’s, ahem, underperformance. Inspired by the enchanted wishing star character in Disney’s animated film Wish, the Hug & Wish Star plush toy features a smiling, heart-shaped face, and twinkles with softly glowing LED lights.

Valentino the Goat Plush – Even if the movie is only okay, you can’t go wrong with goats. 

Mattel Disney Wish Asha of Rosas Posable Fashion Doll – Asha of Rosas doll is posable with true-to-movie details and braided hair for endless styling fun!

Mattel Cinderella Doll – Exact same series, but Cinderella. There’s pretty much every princess in posable form via this promo–we’re not gonna list them all.

Mirabel Encanto Fashion Doll – All things Encanto still seem incredibly popular, so getting this as part of the $10 off $50 deal seems noteworthy. It’s one of a few Encanto and princess items that are part of the special offer. 

Thomas Kinkade 2024 Disney Calendar – You’ve seen Kinkade’s work if you’ve ever been in an Art of Disney store. It’s the dreamy, improbably-lit paintings that you want to step inside. With their mix of artistry and impressionism, Kinkade’s Disney designs are mesmerizing, and this calendar is a great way to look at them all year long…without spending $1,000+ on a painting!

Thomas Kinkade The Disney Collection 4 in 1 Multipack Puzzles — 4 puzzles in 1 package, with 500 pieces per puzzle! There are a bunch of regular Kinkade puzzles on sale for the holiday season, too.

Thomas Kinkade The Mandalorian Collection Star Wars Puzzles – You know we will always recommend deals featuring art from Thomas Kinkade Studios, and this is a new one to us–a bunch of different puzzles featuring the Mandalorian and Baby Yoda that are 50% off.

Thomas Kinkade Disney Coloring Books – Mentioning this because there are a lot of Kinkade-Disney fans. We love his studio’s actual art, but are not huge fans of the coloring books. (Isn’t the whole point of Kinkade the color and light?!) Still a great deal.

Christmas Mickey Mouse Santa Red Graphic T-Shirt – I love the vintage look of this shirt, featuring pie-eyed Mickey Mouse as Santa Claus. This would be great with a simple “Walt Disney World” or “Disneyland” script below it; all of this year’s park Christmas clothes have way too much going on.

New Outlander Packable Backpack — Takes up minimal room in your suitcase and more importantly is super lightweight. That minimizes the amount of back-sweat you’ll have to endure from the Florida heat and humidity. (Seriously, it makes a world of difference!)

Mickey & Minnie Mouse Christmas PJs — It’s Christmas Eve tradition in my family to get a new set of pajamas to wear to bed and the following morning. It’s a great tradition—if your kids aren’t receptive to receiving clothes for Christmas, introduce them to Jólakötturinn, the Icelandic Yule Cat.

Mickey Mouse Iconic Coffee Sign – I posted this half-jokingly with our Black Friday roundup, and many of you absolutely loved it. Honestly, I kind of want it now. It’s just so weird and funny and definitely not what you’d expect of Mickey Mouse. But hey, even mice need their morning mocha, I guess?!

2-Piece Minnie Mouse Cosmetic Bags Great for storing cosmetics, makeup, cash, jewelry, and other valuables in the zippered main compartment.

Fab Five Sock Set – No one likes getting socks for Christmas. An exception could be made for this adorable set featuring Mickey, Minnie, and the rest of the gang.

Joffrey’s Coffee – Disney100 Brew – I don’t love regular Joffrey’s coffee, but a lot of the specialty blends are actually quite good. The Disney100 blend is no exception.

Star Wars The Mandalorian: Up to Snow Good Brew – Okay, this one is slightly more than $15, but it deserves mentioning. This medium roasted coffee is perfectly pepperminty–with a hint sweet white chocolate. (Seriously–this should be served somewhere at Walt Disney World; would love for it to be the ‘flavor’ of a resort at Christmas.)

Baby Yoda Coffee Mug – This hand-painted mug featuring Grogu from the Mandalorian is absolutely adorable. (Be sure to clip the coupon to bring it under $15!)

Bumkins Disney Mickey Mouse Suction Set – Mickey Mouse-shaped “first feeding” set helps you transition your baby to self-feeding. The suction base keeps the bowl from sliding or flipping over; great for use on highchair trays or tables.

Funko Pop! Chip ‘n’ Dale Christmas Treasures Game – As a huge fan of Pluto’s Christmas Tree, this was an “instant order” for me. The fast-paced, easy-to-learn card game features beautiful illustrations inspired by the classic 1950’s Disney Christmas cartoons. Perfect for Christmas Eve with the family around the fireplace.

Disney Villains Monopoly — Not really stocking stuffer sized, but certainly the right price at $15. This is a fun twist on Monopoly, with Poison Apple and Power cards, plus players hiring infamous Disney villains, and buying and selling Villain Contracts instead of locations.

Something Wild! Mickey & Friends Character Card Game – Another fast-paced and easy-to-learn family card game featuring beloved Disney characters and Pop! pocket figures. Somehow, this has flown under our radar until now–despite coming out last year and already having 4,000+ reviews and a stellar 4.5/5 rating on Amazon!

Funko Disney Mickey and The Beanstalk Game – Given the many great Funko games on sale (see below) that are directly related to Walt Disney World or good movies, I have a hard time recommending this one. But it is 75% off and only $5, so there’s that!

Santa Stops at Disneyland (Little Golden Book) – Disney Parks started doing this new line of Little Golden Books last year, and they have been crushing it so far. Here are other recommended titles:

While we definitely aren’t the target audience for the stories, we absolutely adore the art and style–they’re great for anyone with kids, theme park fans, or anyone who was a kid and has fond memories of Little Golden Book. Give them a browse if you don’t believe us!

Figment Little Golden Book – This Figment Little Golden Book won’t be released until January 2, 2024, so perhaps it’s not the perfect stocking stuffer for this Christmas. Maybe some of you are celebrating late, though?

Who Was Walt Disney? – This book has great reviews and answers an important question. We overhear so many people in the parks who have no clue who Walt Disney was (usually around the Partners statue). So I guess this could be great for kids…or adults?!

Disney Who’s Who (Autograph Book Substitute) – Instead of having characters sign a blank page, have them sign this actual book about 150+ Disney characters. After the trip, it’ll be a treasured keepsake. Now that normal character meet & greets and dining experiences with hugs, autographs, five highs, and everything else are back at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland, this is once again one of our top recommendations for families with small children. This book isn’t expensive in the first place, but getting it for under $10 is a good deal.

Disney Storybook Collection — A large, 300+ page hardcover book retelling several classic Disney stories complete with artwork from the Disney Archives.

Olaf’s Night Before Christmas – “This is my favorite book.” ~Sarah. (I don’t think she meant ‘of all time’ or for personal enjoyment, but she did say that the other day while reading this to Megatron.)

Disney 5-Minute Christmas Stories – Join in the festivities of the season as Mike and Sully race to light the big Christmas tree, Alice finds the Red Queen’s present, Peter Pan brings Christmas to Never Land, and more!

A Merry Christmas Cookbook – It’s lovely weather for cooking a holiday dish together with your favorite Disney characters. With simple instructions and colorful photos of each treat, spending time indoors has never been so much fun.

Disney Princess Cookbook — From Rapunzel’s Frying Pan Eggs to Ariel’s Sea Turtle Cupcakes, this beautiful cookbook is filled with delicious recipes inspired by the Princesses’ many adventures.

Disney Christmas Storybook Collection — Join Ralph and Vanellope as they throw a Christmas party just for the Bad Guys; trim the tree with Woody, Buzz and the rest of the Toy Story gang; follow Elsa as she tries to create the best holiday ever for her sister, Elsa; and more.

In general, we’d recommend checking out our List of the Best Books About Walt Disney World, Disneyland & Imagineering in Our Library. Many of those can be purchased used for pennies on the dollar, and are fantastic. 

Star Wars The Bounty Collection Grogu’s Hover-Pram Pack – Scale figure of “Baby Yoda” with 5 fun accessories, including hover-pram with float stand and removable pram cover, cookie, Sorgan frog, tentacle soup bowl, and fabric blanket.

Disney Baby Minnie Mouse Go Pull-Down Toy – A developmental toy to help a baby to learn & grow. Featuring bead rattle, crinkle texture, chime, teethers & textured rings, your baby will want to play all day.

Frozen 2 Hair Accessory Kit – No clue about this one. Sarah says, “little kids will love this.” I’ll take her word for it–she would know!

Spud Lightyear Mr. Potato Head – This Mr. Potato Head as Buzz Lightyear toy is inspired by the beloved character from Toy Story 4. Includes 10 accessories. Makes this list almost exclusively because “Spud Lightyear” cracks me up. (It’s the little things.)

Disney Princess Necklace Activity Set – A starter set to make necklaces for fun, or as a side hustle.

Lip Smacker Disney Character Balm – This “Flip Balm” features a different Minnie emoji expression on each side–1 cute lip balm, 2 different expressions.

Toy Story Forky Creativity Set – This looks like it’ll lead to pure chaos and cleverness, just like Forky. I love it.

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What Disney-related items have you for stocking stuffers thus far? Do you have any ‘gift traditions’ for Christmas that would be good inexpensive gifts or stocking stuffers? Anything you’re eyeing during the ongoing pre-Christmas sales? Any questions about any of the items on this list? Are any of these deals dead (let us know so we can keep everything current)? We love hearing from readers, so please share some of your favorite holiday deals, or any other thoughts or questions you have, in the comments!

One Response to “Best Disney Christmas Stocking Stuffers for $15 or Less”
  1. Angela from Ohio December 17, 2023

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