Disney's hottest holiday toys to snag before they sell out — starting at $18

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Bluey, Sisu, Raya, Captain America, Grogu
Walmart is where you can find kids' favorite Disney+ characters on sale ahead of the holidays. (Photo: Disney/Hasbro/LEGO/Moose Toys)

Next month Disney+ turns two and the iconic brand has got a whole day of festivities planned. But why not get your celebrations — and holiday shopping — done a bit early? With supply chain issues looming large, it’s not too soon to start looking for great toy deals. The best place to start? Walmart. The retailer has a lot of this year’s hottest Disney items, and some are even on sale right now.

You can also save if you sign up for Walmart+ — it’s a lot like Amazon Prime in that you get free shipping. Sometimes items may even arrive the same day! You can give the 15-day-trial a whirl as you prepare for the holiday season.

Bluey 4WD Campervan Playset

A man and two children playing with the Bluey Camper playset.
Kids love playing with Bluey, Bandit, and the mysterious Jean Luc. (Photo: Moose Toys)

Parents and kids alike are obsessed with Bluey and, if you haven’t gotten on board yet I really suggest you check it out — it’s one of my favorite shows too. The Heeler family gets to go on a lot of outdoor adventures in their native Australia, and now your kid can take them on even more journeys with this adorable camping playset. It has an SUV, a camper for the entire family to sleep in and some furniture for outdoor meals. One family got it after coming back from their own camping trip, and their kids “loved this little mini-play version of our experience. It's currently one of their favorite toys. It's sturdy and easy to play with.” The set also includes figures of Bluey, her dad Bandit and her new French-Canadian friend Jean-Luc. C'est amusant!

$45 at Walmart

Disney’s Raya and The Last Dragon Color Splash Raya and Sisu

Raya and Sisu, color change toys on blue background
Sisu is one cool dragon: Drop this toy in warm water, and see her change color. (Photo: Hasbro)

When it debuted back in March Raya and the Last Dragon won hearts with its kick-butt heroine and cool Southeast Asia-inspired fantasy setting, but it was the dragon Sisu, voiced by comedienne Awkwafina who really made a splash with kids. She's silly and fun in both her human and dragon forms. This set invites kids to act our their own adventures in the land of Kumandra. They’ll definitely want to take this duo in the bath or pool — both Raya and Sisu change colors in warm water, for a little bit of magic in real life. One grandmother says her granddaughter "loves both figures and comes up with her own adventures to play with them in and out of the water. So glad I found something she loves!” Catch this great gift at the sale price right now.

$32 $40 at Walmart

LEGO Marvel Avengers: Endgame Final Battle

LEGO Marvel Avengers: Endgame Final Battle 76192 Collectible Building Toy (527 Pieces)
It's chaos at the Avengers compound with this LEGO set depicting the final battle between the heroes and Thanos. (Photo: LEGO)

Audiences cheered in theaters when they watched Captain America, Iron Man and the rest of the Avengers face off against Thanos and his army in Endgame. This 527-piece LEGO kit will elicit its own cheers from the kids in your life as they assemble the Avengers compound, Quantum Tunnel ray and even Luis’ van from the Ant-Man movies. One kid says, “I really like how the van can have people sit in it. I also really liked the Black Panther mini fig. I also really liked that Thanos is the first big fig to be able to move his head and take it off, and I also liked that there is small Ant Man in his normal suit too. There was not really anything I didn't like.” A genuine rave, right from the source.

$70 at Walmart

Star Wars Galactic Snackin’ Grogu

Star Wars Galactic Snackin’ Grogu 9.25-Inch-Tall Animatronic Toy, 40+ Sound and Motion
It's fun to watch Grogu eat, unless you're the thing being eaten. (Photo: Hasbro)

Grogu, aka “Baby Yoda,” certainly set the Internet on fire with all his snacking in season two of The Mandalorian — everyone was cool with him taking a cookie, but he really should have left frog lady’s eggs alone! This animatronic toy lets kids relive all their favorite Grogu food moments, slurping up a tentacle stew or munching on a blue macaron. He’ll react to food being put in his mouth and ask to be picked up — one charmed shopper notes: “It's almost as if it's alive. I've never seen a toy that felt this real.”

$79 at Walmart

Marvel Spider-Man Super Web Slinger

Marvel Spider-Man Super Web Slinger Role-Play, With Web Fluid, Shoots Webs or Water
Your kid may not crawl on walls, but they can still sling webs like Peter Parker. (Photo: Hasbro)

There’s a new Spider-Man movie coming out in December and a new cartoon on Disney+ right now, which means lots of kids will probably be climbing all over the furniture pretending to be the webbed wonder this winter! Why not give them a boost with this web slinger kit? It comes with a glove just like Peter’s in the new film, a single web shooter and a can of web fluid — basically silly string, so it won’t be too hard to clean up. This parent’s kid loved it: “He was so much fun playing with this.” Even better, they add, “once the web ran out, he got to fill up an attachable small bottle with water to enjoy it and have even more fun.” That should help, after your child inevitably uses up all the string "ensnaring" their sibling, dog or friend.

$18 $20 at Walmart

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