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What do you get a diehard Disney fan for the holidays? This subscription box — starting at $35

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This year has been great for Disney fans. Avengers: Endgame broke all sorts of box office records, the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge theme park opened at Disneyland and Walt Disney World and the Disney+ streaming service will launch later this week.

And it’s about to get even better with Disney’s new subscription box, which caters to all those who just can’t get enough of the Mouse House.

The Disney Backstage Collection is a monthly subscription box (canister, really) that features an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at some of the most iconic Disney feature films and theme park attractions. Each canister is packed with Disney gems, such as limited edition and numbered t-shirts, collectible pins and story cards filled with untold production tales and rare artwork.

While the specific contents of the canisters are a mystery, Disney is sharing a special sneak peek of what themes and feature films to expect in future releases. Check them out below:

  • Fantasia 80th Anniversary

  • The Emperor’s New Groove 20th Anniversary

  • The Haunted Mansion 50th Anniversary

  • 3 Caballeros 75th Anniversary

  • Toy Story’s 25th Anniversary

Subscriptions start at $35 per month for a year; there are also three- and six-month options. But don’t delay — these are limited-edition canisters so once they sell out, they’re gone forever.

Shop it: Disney Backstage Collection Subscription Box, starting at $35, shopdisney.com

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