Shopping >World Of Disney Superstore
bad phone customer service. if you have a question and want to call the store first, don't even think about it! they have a horrible automated system that didn't even have an option button for me. i simply wanted to ask if they have a minnie costume! i tried pushing zero for help and they went back to the entire automated voice thing. then i held on the line to see if it would automatically connect me to a HUMAN and it just said...after holding of course...thank you and goodbye! how annoying! you would think disney would have happy little elves on the other end of the phone to help.
INK TAGS. Nice store, expensive. You can purchase all of these items at half the price when you get home. Important: the cashier did not remove one of the dye tags off of my shirt and it leaked onto 3 of my garments. Im calling customer service and hope they will make good. Be sure you check for loss prevention tags before you leave the store.
This souvenir emporium shows Disney commercialism in its grandest state..
Watches, backpacks, pajamas, CD cases, spoon rests--if Mickey and his pals are on it, it's here. The Emporium's apparel, the Watch Shop's timepieces and the Candy Palace's sweets comprise a small fraction of the stock here. The heart of this 50,000-square-foot store (the largest Disney store in the world--complimentary maps are available inside) is the towering, two-story center atrium, which is crammed to the gills with more than 15,000 stuffed toys, trinkets, and sculptures.
A giant video screen plays snippets from classic Disney films. The all-American smiles and "can-do" attitude of the staff are unquenchable, even under the duress of hordes of stroller-pushing moms and cuddling couples.
Low to high. Exclusive beanbag toys like Minnie the Starlet and Goofy the Grip are $10 each. Framed animation cels can run $800 or more.
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