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Food Disney Is Selling A Light-Up French Fry Bucket That Looks Just Like The Millennium Falcon From "Star Wars"

21:25  09 january  2020
21:25  09 january  2020 Source:   delish.com

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One of the best things about Star Wars is this that there are so many different things going on at once so that you can pick and choose what you like. So if you were disappointed by the most recent movie, Rise of Skywalker, you can just focus on other cool things like the upcoming Obi Wan Kenobi show, Baby Yoda, and all the cool stuff coming out of Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, including this Millennium Falcon French Fry Bucket.

a person standing in front of a building: Disney bloggers spotted this light-up Millennium Falcon French Fry Bucket at Disneyland.© our.happiest.adventures/Disney Food Blog - Instagram Disney bloggers spotted this light-up Millennium Falcon French Fry Bucket at Disneyland.

This extremely awesome collectors item was spotted, of course, by bloggers like Disney Food Blog and our.happiest.adventures, and people instantly lost their ever-loving minds over it...as they should!

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On the surface, it looks like a very cool (albeit smaller) replica of the Millennium Falcon—AKA the ship characters like Han Solo and Chewbacca have piloted in the movies. Once you open it up, however, you'll find a secret compartment that keeps your Disney french fries nice and safe for premium snacking.

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You'll also notice that it lights up! Basically, you'll want to keep filling it up with fries from afternoon to evening until you take it home and display it for all to see. We've seen a lot of popcorn buckets in our day, from the Christmas tree bucket to the Toy Story Alien popcorn buckets, but it's not every day you see one specifically designed for holding fries.

If you're interested in picking one up, you can locate it at Galactic Grill in Tomorrowland and it will cost you $24.99. Like any cool souvenir, these are being bought up like crazy, so Disney Food Blog suggests you use mobile ordering for this guy and act quickly!

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