Merchandise discount at Disney Springs now available with coupon from theme park dining

Oct 27, 2016 in "Disney Springs"

Beginning today October 27 2016, dining at select theme park quick service restaurants will earn you discount coupons to use at Disney Springs Marketplace stores.

The promotion runs from October 27 through to November 22 2016, and the coupon must be used by November 23 2016.


Disney's Animal Kingdom participating locations

Anandapur Ice Cream Truck
Caravan Road
Chakranadi
Dino-Bite Snacks
Dino Diner
Drinkwallah
Eight Spoon Cafe
Flame Tree Barbecue
Harambe Market
Harambe Fruit Market
Isle Of Java
Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery
Mahindi
Mr Kamal’s
Pizzafari
Restaurantasaurus
Tamu Tamu Refreshments
Terra Treats
The Feeding Ground
The Smiling Crocodile
Thirsty River Bar & Trek Snacks
Trilo-Bites

Disney's Hollywood Studios participating locations

ABC Commissary
Anaheim Produce
BacklotExpress
Catalina Eddie's
Coke Bottle
Dinosaur Gertie's Ice Cream of Extinction
Fairfax Fare
Great Movie Ride Popcorn
Hey Howdy Hey
Hollywood Scoops
KRNR The Rock Station
Min & Bill's Dockside Diner
Oasis Canteen
Peevey's Polar Pipeline
Rosie’s All-American Cafe
Starring Rolls Café
Sunshine Day Café

Epcot participating locations

African Outpost
Bierline Beer Cart
Block And Hans
Canada Refreshment
Electric Um brella
Fife & Drum Tavern
Germany Sommerfest
Liberty Inn
Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe
Sunshine Seasons
Test Track Cool Wash
Yorkshire County Fish and Chips

Magic Kingdom participating locations

Aloha Isle
Auntie Gravity’s Galactic
Goodies
Casey's Corner
Cheshire Café
Columbia Harbour House
Cool Ship
CosmicRay's Starlight Café
Friar’s Nook
Gaston’s Tavern
Golden Oak Outpost
The Lunching Pad
Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Café
Pinocchio Village Haus
Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
Sleepy Hollow
Storybook Treats
Sunshine Tree Terrace
Tomorrowland Terrace

Where to use the coupons at Disney Springs

The coupon is worth 10% discount at the following Disney Springs Marketplace stores.

  • Disney’s Days of Christmas
  • Disney’s Design a Tee 
  • Disney Pin Traders
  • Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories
  • Goofy’s Candy Company
  • Marketplace Co-Op
  • Marketplace Fun Finds
  • Mickey’s Pantry
  • Once Upon a Toy
  • Tren-D
  • World of Disney

Terms and conditions apply, including not to be used in combination with other discounts, and not valid on certain items such as ticket media, DVDs and CDs and Gift Cards - check with a Cast Member before purchase.

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Article Posted: Oct 27, 2016 / 11:41am EDT
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trampdogOct 29, 2016

I'm just telling you what L'Occitane confirmed. Don't get me wrong. I like nice stuff. I have the money for nice stuff. A week ago I was staying at the Poly. I did a fair amount of shopping in DS, mostly out of boredom and crowds at the park. I spent a good amount of money at Tumi, but I was definitely in the minority of shoppers on a busy night. Well, except for the foreigners who seem to have an endless supply of cash. This repeated itself on many visits.

danlb_2000Oct 29, 2016

This is an older contract for Build-a-Bear leasing space in Downtown Disney Anaheim: http://contracts.onecle.com/build-a-bear/disneyland.lease.2001.06.21.shtml " 3.2.3. Tenant's point of sale system shall be reasonably acceptable to Landlord. Such point of sale system shall be compatible with Landlord's computer system so that Landlord may retrieve data regarding Tenant's sales directly through such means on an as desired basis. 3.2.4. In addition, Tenant shall submit an unaudited daily report of Gross Sales (including exclusions thereto). Such count shall be telecopied daily in writing to such person or persons as Landlord may designate from time to time." Also, at least some non-Disney stores/restaurants at Disney Springs accept Magic Bands for payment, so Disney would know at least some of what is being spent at these locations. Once again, I don't know what the current agreements are between Disney and all the DS stores, but I think I have made it clear that the idea of financial reporting is not out of the realm of possibility.

danlb_2000Oct 29, 2016

My information is 100% correct. I never claimed that Disney DID require reporting of sales, I was refuting you claim that leases were simply a financial agreement and that reporting of sales number would never happen. Here are the facts... Proof that store leases sometimes require payment of a percentage of profits which would also require financial reporting: https://www.propertymetrics.com/blog/2014/01/16/percentage-rent/ http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/clb-percentage-rent.html Proof that leases go beyond "financing terms" as you claim: http://www.crosscountymall.com/sample-lease-cc-mall.pdf https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwiMrJSz7P7PAhUH8IMKHRL4DzcQFggcMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fapps.americanbar.org%2Fdch%2Fthedl.cfm%3Ffilename%3D%2FRP301000%2Frelatedresources%2FFormlease.doc&usg=AFQjCNHMwik9YFtU6DW8cwQfpKFp5NSDJA&sig2=z7iBVZUiN0jczoXwN6-M0g

trampdogOct 29, 2016

So I stopped by the L'Occitane store in Irvine, CA while on business this week (love their shave cream). I go in there pretty regularly and pretty regularly in the DS store. I decided to talk to the manager, a very nice woman. I started talking about DS and she knows a lot about it. They do not have a lot of retail locations and she let me know that it was their largest store and the one they are modeling the Irvine store expansion after. I started telling her about the conversation going on here. She was amazed. The Irvine store does not share any info with The Irvine Company (owners of the mall) and did not think the other stores shared with their mgmt companies either. She then called the manager in Orlando (they have a list of all locations and managers). The DS manager confirmed they don't share sales with Disney and not even regular;ar employees. They would be fired if they did. Your info is wrong, speculation, and has no basis what-so-ever. But, then again like 90% of stuff posted here, it is not researched.

rob0519Oct 28, 2016

A key word here is "expectations". Disney may have increased their expected earnings statement for their stores with the completion of Disney Springs and the parking garages. If customers are spending their money at non-Disney stores that they do not have at home, some of their money is being diverted away from Disney. So even if spending volume is the same year over year for the Disney stores, they could be "struggling" based on new expectations.

wdwmagicOct 28, 2016

But it is. The Marketplace stores have not met expectations since the bus stop move.

danlb_2000Oct 28, 2016

A lease is a legal contract when one party is renting property from another and can go far beyond just financial terms. If you are renting space in a mall for example it will dictate what the renter can and cannot do with the property, the hours they have to be open, who is responsible for repairs etc. I don't know what's in Disney's lease, but it's totally reasonable to believe the reporting of sales could be made part of a lease agreement. This would be a requirement if part of the financial terms is to pay a percentage of the stores income.

BairstowOct 28, 2016

This might not be indicative that any of these stores are struggling. It could just be an attempt to make even more money and/or alleviate crowding in the parks. Anecdotal, but when I visited in September all the stores were mobbed, even World of Coke. Uniqlo in particular was a madhouse. Got some good stuff there for cheap.

Animaniac93-98Oct 28, 2016

Maybe because most of that merch is available elsewhere on property? World of Disney is one stop shopping for the basics like mugs and plush, but so is all of Main Street, Hollywood Blvd, Mousegear etc.

wdwmagicOct 28, 2016

The third party stores of course keep in contact with Disney about performance. And certain highlights come my way. And as I said before, some of those stores have reported to Disney that their Disney Springs location is the highest performing store in their entire countrywide lineup. Not speculating. Its a fact. Choose not to believe it if you wish.

wdwmagicOct 28, 2016

It is all about driving people to the Disney operated stores in the Marketplace, that is where things are not meeting projections.

MichWolvOct 28, 2016

Which statement?

Jon81ukOct 28, 2016

Concessions that operate in a department store often pay a rent plus a percentage of sales, it wouldn't be impossible for Disney to have adopted a similar model here. Also Trophy Room is located in an odd area of Town Center, took me several visits before we saw it.

Corey POct 28, 2016

Ummm nooo you do seem to not know how commercial real estate works or can work. Blah blah blah I won't even say anything else.