The Disney Store is having a rare 40 percent off sale with deals for the whole family

Madison Alcedo

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If you’ve ever been to one of Disney’s theme parks, you may immediately notice a trend. A majority of the parkgoers young and old are donning Disney merch, almost head-to-toe.

But the Disney Parks are not the only place to rock your favorite characters or movies. Diehard Disney fans know that Disney’s retail stores (both its brick-in-mortar locations and online shop) are full of hidden magical gems for your closet and home.

Right now, you can shop must-have decor, apparel and more for up to 40 percent off during ShopDisney’s Oh Boy! Sale.

During the limited-time (and rare!) sale, you can find discounted clothing, accessories, sleepwear, kids’ costumes, beach, pool accessories and more.

While we’re sad to report the Disney Parks-themed Monopoly game that recently went viral is still not back in stock, the sale has plenty of apparel to wear once you plan to return to Disney World or Disneyland. And if you don’t yet have a fabric face mask, don’t forget to pre-order one of Disney’s cloth face masks that are available for both kids and adults.

And in case you want to add a touch of magic at home, ShopDisney also has plenty of home decor options. From bedding sets to kitchenware, there’s something for every room of your home.

Because there’s not a set end date for the current sale, we suggest adding items to your cart before they sell out. It’s not everyday you get to shop a Mickey Mouse and ice cream-themed pool float!

Shop: Anna and Elsa Frozen 2 Backpack, $24 (Orig. $29.99)

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ShopDisney

Shop: Mickey Mouse Summer Fun Pool Float, $27.98 (Orig. $39.99)

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ShopDisney

Shop: Disney Logo Long Sleeve T-Shirt for Women, $16 (Orig. $19.99)

ShopDisney
ShopDisney

Shop: Disney Ink and Paint Tumbler with Straw, $19.99 (Orig. $22.99)

ShopDisney
ShopDisney

Shop: Ariel Deluxe Swimsuit for Girls, $14.99 (Orig. $24.99)

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ShopDisney

Shop: Mickey and Minnie Mouse Pitcher Set, $19.98 (Orig. $29.99)

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ShopDisney

Shop: Spider-Man Rash Guard for Boys, $11.39 (Orig. $18.99)

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ShopDisney

Shop: Oh My Disney Travel Blanket, $17.98 (Orig. $24.99)

ShopDisney
ShopDisney

Shop: Disney Princess Zip Hoodie for Girls, $20 ($24.99)

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ShopDisney

Shop: Moana Beach Towel, $10.19 (Orig. $16.99)

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ShopDisney

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