Another recently found gift is a Disney Sand Castle mold with a shovel. They come in different colors and are sold in the main gift shop at downtown Disney. I was shocked by the sticker price (in a way that I'm not used to) when I saw $4.95. Great souvenir for that price.

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Be careful buying pins for .01 on Ebay, they're likely "scrapper" pins and shouldn't be traded. Your better bet is too go on Facebook and type in Disney Pins you'll find a lady that sells a mystery lot of 8 Authentic Disney pins for $20 shipped. Use those to trade with and stop the crooks from selling these junk pins to people.

I also recommend the pins (Disney Pin Trading). Though I believe the cheapest price point is $5.95, they still make a good souvenir. And in some cases they have 2 pins for under $10. Warning: becomes surprisingly addictive to collect for both kids and adults. Especially since you can trade with cast members at no cost. And I found you can get the same authentic pins starting at $0.01 onwards, by using eBay. :-)

I am currently at Fort Wilderness and the pony rides are now $8.00 to do.

I am currently at Fort Wilderness and the pony rides are now $8.00 to do.

I got Mickey marble wine toppers for $3.95 each at the Yacht Club gift shop. There were a variety of colors, I bought pink and blue.

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