Cyber Monday 2023 is over, but it’s spirit lives on, rebranded by retailers as Cyber Week. Of course, a lot of the best deals are dead. But there are actually still a lot of ongoing deals on games, toys, books, travel accessories, tech gadgets, and more! (Updated November 28, 2023.)
This post rounds up the best discounts on items for your Walt Disney World vacations, or that will make great gifts for people on your Christmas gift-giving list. This includes a lot of fun items for collectors, parents, people doing gift shopping, plus things that will be useful for Walt Disney World or Disneyland vacations.
For those who don’t want to read the whole list, the best categories of new deals just for Cyber Week are the ‘3 for the price of 2’ and ‘$5 off $20’ offers (both of these are still available as part of the extended Cyber Week savings):
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Get 3 for the price of 2 – Add 3 eligible items (mostly toys–lots of Disney princess dolls and playsets) to your cart, and get one of them for free! Here are some of our favorite finds among these discounted dolls & sets:
That’s all I’m gonna list from the 3 for 2 promo, but there’s a LOT more. You should really browse the 3 for 2 toys yourself–easily several dozen Disney toys, almost all of which are discounted (by pretty good amounts) even before taking the free item into account.
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Express Replica Model Steam Train – Okay, I know the heading is ‘Disney Toy’s and not ‘Universal Toys,’ but I couldn’t resist this. Holy cow. It’s still pricey, but this is one of the coolest LEGO sets I’ve ever seen. I can’t wait until Megatron is old enough to build LEGOs, and I get to relive my childhood.
LEGO Disney and Pixar ‘Up’ House for Disney 100 – This 598-piece LEGO Disney toy set includes a partial house built with balloons, different rooms and functions, plus Carl Fredricksen and Russell LEGO minifigures, and a Dug LEGO dog figure for dog lovers. According to LEGO, the set is “made for unlimited adventures on land or floating through the clouds.”
LEGO Star Wars Tenoo Jedi Temple– This Star Wars toy features a ‘levitating’ rock function, a kitchen with a buildable blue milk carton, bunk beds with a hinged ladder, characters and a speeder bike. Cool stuff.
Valentino the Goat Plush – It’s only been out one weekend, but Wish dolls are already discounted. Even if the movie is only okay, you can’t go wrong with goats.
Disney Wish Hug & Wish Star 10-Inch Glowing Plush – 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.
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?!
Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Bundle + 3 Months Nintendo Switch Online – This is a repeat from our tech gadgets list, and as I mentioned there, I never travel without my Nintendo Switch. Of course, it’s also a great gaming system (read: toy) for kids, as there are a ton of great family-friendly games. With this bundle, you’re essentially getting ~$70 off (the value of Mario Kart + NSO). It’s one of the top deals for Christmas. If you want great, kid-friendly game recommendations, let me know!
PlayStation 5 Console – Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Bundle – This is a great deal on the updated PS5 slim along with one of the hottest and best new games for the holiday season. It’s also available at the same price with the “new” Call of Duty but, parents, don’t buy that. I’m also happy to offer game recommendations for the PS5, but they won’t be kid-friendly.
Lionel Disney Mickey Mouse Express Train– Join Mickey and Friends to spread Christmas spirit in this present filled Disney train set that makes a great gift for kids and train hobbyists–perfect for around the tree, and an excellent deal.
Disney Frozen Storybook Collection – The Frozen Storybook Collection, featuring gilded pages and eighteen stories with over 250 pieces of beautiful illustrations, is a must-have for any Frozen fan!
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!
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 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.
Disney Storybook Collection— A large, 300+ page hardcover book retelling several classic Disney stories complete with 250 pieces of artwork from the Disney Archives.
Encanto Graphic Novel– There are a lot of Encanto, Elemental, and Wish books as part of this promo. Definitely worth browsing for yourself if your kids are into any of those movies.
More Disney Books
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.
Thomas Kinkade Disney Coloring Book– I’ve said it before, and I’ll probably say it again: I don’t get the point of Kinkade art minus the color. It’s his whole thing–the painter of light! Nevertheless, this is a good deal.
You can read our full review if you want, but the bottom line is that this is the best book about Walt Disney World. It’s over 50% off, making it a pretty good deal if you missed the better Black Friday deal.
Walt Disney’s Disneyland— One of my favorite Disney books of all-time at a crazy-good price. Anyone who has owned or even held a TASCHEN book knows why this is something special. This is an incredibly high-quality coffee table book, and at 50% off, it’s a great deal–well worth the $30 price tag.
Poster Art of the Disney Parks, Second Edition – This new title is an expanded and updated edition of the beloved book that ranks highly in our library. The second edition renders the first obsolete, as the 85+ new posters and behind-the-scenes development info nearly doubles the book in length. It’s worth it for all of the awesome new posters made for EPCOT’s reimagining alone.
100 Disney Adventures of a Lifetime: Magical Experiences From Around the World – We’ve had a few of these National Geographic “100” books, and they are excellent at generating two things: hype and conversation. Page through one of these and you’ll immediately feel an insatiable sense of wanderlust. Put one of these on your coffee table before a gathering, and travel will become the topic of conversation.
Disney Home Goods
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!
JoyJolt Disney Christmas Glasses– There are a bunch of different options here for ~55% off, but the ‘Joy Oh Joy’ set is my favorite. They have a classy, mid-century look that matches our new tree skirt perfectly. High quality, with a nice weighted base, too.
Mickey Mouse Waffle Maker – We’ve recommended this for the last few years, and have actually bought it multiple times for ourselves (got lost in a move) and given it as gifts to family and friends. (It helps that it’s really cheap!) Pocket the money you’d otherwise spend on those Chef Mickey’s or Crystal Palace breakfast reservations.
Light-Up Lightsaber Chopsticks – Complete gamechanger for sushi and all your other eating needs. Can’t imagine ever using normal non-lightup silverware again, like some non-Jedi peasant.
Disney Chronology Game– I had never heard of this, but the premise sounds intriguing: “Test your Disney knowledge with this iconic game of time that celebrates key moments in Disney’s 100-year history!”
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.
Funko Disney Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Game – Another ride-specific game from Funko, this one for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary. It features a sculpted mountain peak and mine tray, and features dynamite and dinosaur discoveries…what’s not to love?!
LED Light Up Christmas Bulb Necklace – We love wearing these to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, or just Magic Kingdom or Disneyland any ole night during the holiday season. A fun way to accessorize, with or without matching sweaters or other festive outfits. Good deal at 25% off!
Cheap Mouse Ear Headbands – There are a bunch of different third party Minnie Mouse ear headbands on sale for ~$8 each or ~$13 for 2-packs.
Mickey Mouse Watch– I like the all-grey style and whimsical yet classic Mickey Mouse face. A playful design that’s classy and not too eye-catching.
Christmas Mickey Mouse Santa Red Graphic T-Shirt — This is cheap and looks far nicer than you’d expect for a shirt that costs for this amount. I wore this last year during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party until it got cold enough to put on a sweater. (If you like a loose fit, you might want to size up. Kinda wish I had.)
Disney Christmas PJs — Nothing says “Christmas” like sitting by the fire and wearing pajamas, or at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. We love the idea of this, but it’s a big gamble that Florida weather will cooperate–even in November and December! Regardless, a very good deal.
Anker USB-C Fast & Compact Charger – This is an item I’ve wanted for a while to reduce space and redundancies, but I’ve been put off by the price. Definitely a case-specific device, but should be great for us to charge Apple devices and my Nikon mirrorless camera quickly. A good deal at 45% off, too.
UPDATE: Bought this and it arrived a few hours later (we live in the future) and I can already tell it’s well worth the money. Charges my camera, laptop, and phone simultaneously and the device is smaller than my Macbook charger by itself. It’ll be overkill for a lot of people, but it’s absolutely perfect for me!
Rechargeable Hand Warmers 2-Pack – One of us uses handwarmers a lot when traveling anywhere that’s even mildly cold. The upside to this is it’s a reusable device that doesn’t use who-knows-what chemicals to magically work. The downside is it’ll take up more space. We’re on the fence. Maybe the fact that they look like mean owls will be what tips the scales towards buying.
Anker PowerPort Cube Strip with 3 Outlets and 3 USB Ports – Disney has refurbished many of its rooms, adding USB ports in the process, so this isn’t really necessary for those. It is for many off-site and older hotel rooms, though. Plus, this has fast-charging to get devices recharged quicker and USB-C.
Philips GoZero Insulated Water Bottle — This insulated metal GoZero bottle by Philips has great reviews–it’s durable, BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and uses a 2-stage activated carbon filter reduces odor, chlorine and leaves zero aftertaste. (Savings vary by size and color–the best deal we’re seeing is 37% off the larger green bottle.)
Repel Travel Umbrella – This is umbrella is so good that we’ve bought 3 of them this year. Technically, that’s because I’ve lost two of them, but that’s a minor detail.
Personal Neck Fan– This is shockingly effective. It’s like that refreshing feeling you get when walking past an open doorway of an air-conditioned building. It’s not perfect, but it’s a really fantastic idea, and is a breath of fresh air during hot and humid days in Florida.
Foldable Handheld Fan– This is the fan that I’d get. Not as cute, but smaller–and space matters in your Disney backpack! Also on sale, and has amazing reviews.
Gonex Packable Backpack— Another excellent innovation from the fine folks at Gonex…a brand I’ve literally never heard of outside the ‘packable’ space. This 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. The blue one is cheapest, and it looks nicest (IMO).
Apple AirTags– We use these to “track” our car (good for rental cars that can get lost in the sea of the TTC), checked baggage and camera bag (good for peace of mind), and much more that isn’t relevant to travel (Yossarian the Cat tracking).
We just picked up a new set to put in our stroller, which came at the recommendation of several readers who previously mentioned that Cast Members relocate parked strollers, making them difficult to find. AirTags should offer a great solution to this problem–we’ll report back on our results as soon as Megatron makes her first visit to Disneyland!
Okay, that’s it for right now. There are a bunch of other great deals that are irrelevant to Disney and travel (but also don’t appeal to me) on the Amazon Cyber Week EXTENDED Sale homepage. We recommend browsing for yourself a bit, and checking back often, as new deals are regularly appearing–and disappearing. Just be mindful of the fact that some of these offers are time-sensitive, so you don’t want to spend too much time procrastinating and end up losing out!
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Any deals you’ve found on the best Disney or travel-related products discounted during the 2023 Cyber Week sales that we’ve missed? What have you scored thus far during the holiday shopping season? Have any product recommendations (or dislike any of the items listed here)? Any questions? We love hearing from readers, so please share any other thoughts or questions you have in the comments below!