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7 Disney Advent Calendars To Help You Countdown To Christmas With A Little Extra Magic

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7 Disney Advent Calendars To Help You Countdown To Christmas With A Little Extra Magic

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Date - 02-09-2021

The magic of Disney is everywhere all the time. But with the holidays just around the corner, it feels like there’s a little extra magic in the air. To start feeling that childlike wonder December 1 alllll the way to Christmas, get yourself an advent calendar. Each morning you’ll get a little gift—Disney-themed, of course—to give you a little serotonin rush.

Luckily, Disney has a lot to offer, and their wide selection of advent calendars reflect that. From the princess lover to the Cars fanatic to the Mickey-obsessed, every Disney fan can find an advent calendar to make their dreams come true. Behind each numbered door is something to remind you that Christmas is but a few weeks away and the way to celebrate is perhaps by watching (or bingeing) every movie on Disney+.

Here are seven Disney advent calendars to help bring out your inner child before Christmas. Now you just have to figure out how to resist cracking into them before December.

Disney: Storybook Collection Advent Calendar 2021

This year's official storybook advent calendar from Disney is already up for pre-order. You can get your hands on it late October to unwrap the 24 books that comes inside.

Disney Pixar Cars Advent Calendar


Disney Cars Toys
For the Disney Pixar fans and fans of Lightning McQueen, speed over to Amazon to get this Cars advent calendar. Each day up until Christmas, you'll get another piece of this track set until you have all the mini vehicles and accessories. 

Disney Princess: Enchanted Christmas

For the Disney princess, this popup advent calendar is on preorder. Open it up to reveal a popup Christmas tree with 25 compartments each with a removable ornament. Think Cinderella’s glass slipper, Tiana’s water lily, or Rapunzel’s frying pan.

Disney Frozen Olaf's Frozen Adventure Advent Calendar

If you have a Frozen fan in your life (we know you do), this 25-piece advent calendar is perfect. Each day leading up tp Christmas, they will get a new figure, from Olaf or Anna to Sven to make a whole winter adventure scene.


Disney Animators' Collection Littles Advent Calendar

It's hard to pick your favorite Disney movie, and with this advent calendar, you don't have to. Each day, you'll get a different Disney Animators' Collection Little, from Cheshire Cat to Lilo to Belle to Pascal.

Disney Junior Advent Calendar

This Disney Junior advent calendar may be from last year, but it will still countdown the days to Christmas with just as much magic. Inside, you'll get 11 mini surprise figures, five card decorations, five sticker sheets, five stickers, and three stickers in three gift boxes. 

Disney Minnie Mouse Advent Calendar

Dress Minnie Mouse up in all sorts of different fashionable outfits each morning in December with this advent calendar. 


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