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Old 10-31-2014, 12:31 PM   #1
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off hand does anyone know how much the souvenir disney mugs go for?
The ones you buy in the parks, not the refillable ones
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If you're talking about coffee mugs to take home, I've seen them range from roughly $10-$15 each, depending on size, etc. But it's been awhile since we bought ours, so prices may have increased a bit.
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That's about the price range I recall from our stay last fall.

Now, if the OP means those that come with a drink for an extra cost at restaurants, those generally cost from $10-$20. For example, the Belle goblet or Gaston mug filled with LaFou's Brew at Gaston's was $9.95. The Be Our Guest souvenir goblet is about $17, but the goblet alone can be bought at some shops for a bit less.

If you don't plan to eat at a place that sells a souvenir mug or goblet you want, check nearby shops. You may be able to buy it at one.
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One year I bought my son a mug at DHS during the Osborne Lights that, except for the design, was identical to the resort mugs . It came with hot chocolate and was about $5-6, not refillable at resorts. Ceramic mugs for the various parks, attractions and characters would be more in the $10 - 15 range.
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What Sandra said - the mugs that match the size/shape of the refillable resort mugs are around what she said and come filled with a drink. The ones I saw at DHS over the summer had either a ToT or TSM design on them. I don't remember seeing them at the other parks but that doesn't mean they don't have them.
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One year I bought my son a mug at DHS during the Osborne Lights that, except for the design, was identical to the resort mugs . It came with hot chocolate and was about $5-6, not refillable at resorts. Ceramic mugs for the various parks, attractions and characters would be more in the $10 - 15 range.

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What Sandra said - the mugs that match the size/shape of the refillable resort mugs are around what she said and come filled with a drink. The ones I saw at DHS over the summer had either a ToT or TSM design on them. I don't remember seeing them at the other parks but that doesn't mean they don't have them.

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i have a question about the Disney mugs. i intend to stay longer than 14 days. I am escaping our cold winters, so i want to go for 3 weeks and make buying an AP profitable. Do the mugs are for your entire stay or is there a maximum of 14 days and then you have to buy another mug?
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You are asking about the refillable mugs, I assume. I believe they are length of stay at $16.95 or so. The longer you stay, the more of a bargain it is. I think I read that they no longer tied to the number of days......

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oh that's good news, that will be good for me. Cheap drinks, as i usually get 2 coffees in the morning and when we came back in the afternoon for the pool, would have a light lemonade and then another light lemonade when we came back at night. Curious, i heard that they have ice tea, is it sweetened or not? i know my daughter has ordered ice tea in the States before and it wasn't sweetened and she was surprised as here it's always sweetened.
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There's a dispenser for Gold Peak brand iced tea that has sweet, diet and unsweet tea as well as a sweet citrus-flavored green tea.

Gold Peak is very good, we think, and have bought gallons of it at home.

Many restaurants from Virginia south and west as far as Texas will assume you want sweet tea unless you say unsweet when ordering. Sweet tea is a Deep South tradition which is likely why your daughter hasn't commonly found it elsewhere in the U.S.
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yea here when we order ice tea in a restaurant, they automatically give you the nestea kind, that's the only one they have. when we go to the States and she orders ice tea, they basically give her real tea with ice in it. Every time she says I have to remember not to order ice tea in the States.
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Many restaurants from Virginia south and west as far as Texas will assume you want sweet tea unless you say unsweet when ordering. Sweet tea is a Deep South tradition which is likely why your daughter hasn't commonly found it elsewhere in the U.S.
This is so! The assumption is you want sweet tea unless you tell them otherwise. Those of us who have lived in the South have encountered this over and over. It's going to come tooth-shatteringly sweet unless you are really clear that you want unsweetened.

Also, we who love iced tea are really not fans of the powdered types like Nestea. We want the real thing, made from bags or loose tea (as my grandmother did). An additional issue used to be trying to get a hot cup of tea although things are better now. They just had a hard time with that; tea should be brewed strong and poured over ice! Once my husband tried to get me some hot tea at a small restaurant while we were driving from Texas to Pennsylvania, a two day trip. He explained what he wanted, the staff consulted in a group, then triumphantly handed him a tall paper cup with warm tea, no ice. I gave up and drank it like that, neither hot nor cold.
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My shock was the reverse at a McDonald's near the coast of Maine on a blisteringly hot summer afternoon when I saw they only listed hot tea on the menu and was politely told that they did not serve iced tea with a "You must be from the South, ma'am." (Far Southwest Kansas at that time, but I decided not to contest the issue and ordered a Coke.)

I nearly went bonkers for the week I was staying at my church's beach conference center nearby. I knew it was rustic, but the dining room there which had great food served no iced drinks. All you got at meals were coffee, hot tea, water or milk.

And of course, that entire week was characterized by a record-setting heat wave. I was often grateful that the ocean temp was in the upper 50's. It felt blissful in near-100 heat.
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That is funny how depending on the area, so many different traditions. here when you ask for ice tea, it is always nestea. They don't serve tea on ice.
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