Gifts Today magazine

Disney store to spread gift magic

Disney Store is spreading Gift Magic by helping families across the UK find the perfect gift for each member of the family, whether they are shopping in-store or online

This festive season, guests can find magical gift inspiration online by browsing the Christmas Gift Guide at to find Christmas gifts and stocking fillers fit for little princesses, adventurers of all ages or the ultimate Disney fan. Featuring a broad range of presents from personalised pyjamas for kids to Marvel action figures, a Pua soft toy, and an adorable Chip mug from Beauty and the Beast, the Christmas Gift Guide is set to make finding the perfect present easier than ever.

Additionally, every Monday a new Gift of the Week will be revealed with a new amazing offer at a special price, which will be offered for one week only in-store and online, and a sneak peak at next week’s offer will be available at the same time.

A special surprise awaits guests who visit Disney Stores nationwide, as every guest will be welcomed by our Disney gift experts, the Gift Heroes, who will be on hand to help guests find the perfect gift for each family member. Making the shopping experience just a little bit more magical, the experienced Gift Heroes are immersed in the Disney worlds and have up to date information on all characters, as well as in-depth knowledge on the latest products. Starting from 6 November, the Gift Heroes also host special in-store events for guests. Families can participate in the free in-store crafting activity to create and personalise their own gift tags or recreate the fun at home by visiting the events page on the Disney Store website and downloading the tags.

As part of its annual charity campaign, Disney Store is donating soft toys to charities across Europe, to help bring a touch of Disney magic to children in local communities. This festive season, one of Disney’s favourite characters, Olaf, has been chosen as the Christmas gift and a number of soft toys will soon be making their way to children’s charity, Together for Short Lives and In-Kind Direct in the UK and Children in Hospital Ireland in the Republic of Ireland.

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