This Orlando Thrift Store Is Where You Can Shop Disney's Lost & Found

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Disney memorabilia at a discount? We're in.

<p>Getty Images/Ian Langsdon/Contributor</p>

Getty Images/Ian Langsdon/Contributor

Calling all Disney lovers! If you’re looking for collector pins, Mickey ears, keychains, and plushies, then you may want to make the trip outside of the Orlando theme parks for the happiest thrift hunt on earth. Here's the best thrift store to find discounted and preloved Disney items.

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Where To Find Lost Disney Items

A 50-minute drive north of Walt Disney World is where you’ll find the thrift store that Disney delivers the contents of the parks’ lost and found. Located in Winter Park, the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida Thrift Store is located in an unassuming strip mall that you’d never spot from the street. Inside, you’ll find a clean, well organized thrift store that organizes its books by genre and its clothes by size. You’ll also find shelves and cases of Disney items, and Disney collectables—such as special edition pins or limited release watches—are housed in a locked case at the register.; 2054 FL-436 #140, Winter Park, FL 32792

<p>Kelsey Glennon</p>

Kelsey Glennon

When To Go Shopping

According to the staff, the thrift store gets deliveries from Disney every three to four months. To be the first to know about new Disney stock, follow their Facebook page where they keep followers updated on new deliveries, sales, and unique items. A staff member noted that their Disney collection often sells out fast, and a recent viral TikTok video nearly cleared out their Disney inventory.

<p>Kelsey Glennon</p>

Kelsey Glennon

What Disney Items To Look For

In addition to left-behind Disney purchases, the lost-and-found is also full of other commonly forgotten items like jackets, tech, tumblers, games, and sunglasses. If you can imagine losing it, it might be at this thrift store. On your next trip to Disney World, swing by this thrift store first to purchase the family a set of Mickey Ears for a fraction of the price that they garner inside the parks.

Plus, your purchases here go toward supporting operational expenses for the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida, an organization that provides safe extracurricular support to over 12,000 children in Central Florida.

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