Of all of the Disney World collectables you can get, the MagicBand is one of the most sought after. While we love the new MagicBand + series, this blog is going to solely focus on the original MagicBands.
We have comprised a list of 8 MagicBand releases that we love.
Continuing the celebration of the Magic Kingdom’s 45th anniversary, Disney released a new Limited Edition MagicBand on February 10th, 2017 for the 45th anniversary of the Haunted Mansion attraction. Similar in style to both the Magic Kingdom’s 45th and It’s A Small Worth 45th bands, this is limited to 2500 and cost $32.99. The band is purple and appears to feature Madame Leota in her crystal ball.
This Limited Edition MagicBand is to celebrate Epcot’s 35th anniversary. The Epcot 35 MagicBand only offers 3,500 and harkens back to the original retro styling.
There’s Magic in the Air Disney Vacation Club Member Skyliner MagicBand.
The new Disney Skyliner in Walt Disney World opens on September 29th, 2019, and to commemorate Disney is releasing two new MagicBands. We love the special edition box and styling of this band.
Special Limited Edition 2000 Hocus Pocus MagicBand released for MNSSHP
A special Limited Edition 2000 Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular MagicBand is being released tonight for the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. This band will only be available to guests who buy a special ticket and attend the event. This is the first limited release Hocus Pocus band. The box for this is glow-in-the-dark.
2021 Droid Depot Limited Release MagicBand
This limited released droid band is a fantastic way to show off your love for Galaxy’s Edge. While no longer available on shopDisney.com, you might be able to find one of these on eBay.
2020 Epcot Flower & Garden AP Limited Edition MagicBand
The first band released for the festival is an Annual Passholder exclusive featuring Spike the Bee and Donald Duck, and it limited to only 2000.
Star Wars Day (May the 4th) Limited Edition 540 MagicBand
A new Star Wars Day band released a few years ago for “May the 4th be with you”. With only 540 of these bands released, this is a big get. Disney has done May the 4th bands in the past, but it’s been a few years since they’ve made one.
What do you think of our list? Did we miss anything? Are there any other bands we should have added? Let us know in the comments.
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