Take A Look At The Disney Store Keys Collection

If you’re a big Disney fan, then chances are you’ve gotten into collecting. Whether it’s Disney coffee mugs or limited edition pins, you can always find something that catches the eye of a Disney enthusiast. These colorful trinkets and souvenirs give character to our homes and allow us to showcase our Disney side. Today, we wanted to highlight the Disney Store Keys Collection.

The Disney Store Keys have been quite the charming collectible so far! They’re plastic and each one has a unique character design. These limited edition keys are available to shoppers who go to the Disney Store or online at the shopDisney website. Each key is released to celebrate a special Disney anniversary or event. They are limited edition, so you usually have to move fast on their release day before they run out. Of course, shoppers have to make a qualifying purchase so they can get the key.

These are some of the previously released Disney Store Keys. You’ll find each themed key to be quite different from the others. However, they all carry the distinguishable Disney “D” logo on the handle. Besides shoppers, even Disney Store Cast Members receive exclusive keys as special gifts every now and then.


Have any of our readers collected these? Show us some of your Disney Store Keys in the comments!

Photo Credit: Instagram @mydisneystorekeys

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Kevin Koszola

2 thoughts on “Take A Look At The Disney Store Keys Collection

  1. I have the Aladdin live action one. At the time, I had no idea what they were, I was just at the store to buy my Pride Mickey.

  2. Regarding the image with all the different keys in, the one that states ‘Christmas 2017’ is incorrect. The key pictured there is actually the very first ‘Key to Imagination’ and was released in 2010. It was only ever available in a very few new design Disney Stores before it was officially replaced with the current green key with white leaves on it design.

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