Where to buy Frozen 2 merch – bags, toys, costumes, accessories and more

November 27, 2019
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    It’s Frozen 2 season, parents, and there’s nothing you can do to stop the blizzard. All your kid wants for Christmas is Frozen 2 merch,right? So, rather than let you go into the unknown while searching, we’ve compiled this handy list of where to buy what. Don’t forget to take your little ones to the Frozen 2 installations at Changi Airport, too (watch our video here) – they’ll love it. 

     

     

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  • Toys “R” Us 
    2 / 7 Toys “R” Us 

    The mega toy store is the obvious choice for fans, and it claims to have the largest range of Frozen 2 merchandise. Here, you’ll find everything: plushies, school bags, outfits, craft kits, Lego sets, stationery, plates, and more. There are even unusual items like badminton rackets, a tent, and skate scooters! Click here for store details or to buy online.

    Photo: Toys “R” Us website 

     

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  • Shopee
    3 / 7 Shopee

    It’s Disney’s Frozen 2 campaign is over, but you can still buy Frozen 2 merch from its app and website. Shopee has a wide range of items, from the usual fashion and toys, to cookies, bedsheets, cameras and collectibles. Click here for more. 

    (Also read: Why you should visit A Frozen Wonderland at Changi)

     

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  • Smiggle
    4 / 7 Smiggle

    #teamElsa or #teamAnna? Pick your fave from this stationery and accessory brand, which has Elsa and Anna collections that cover bags, stationery, water bottle and even headphones. Click here for store locations or to shop online. 

    Photo: Smiggle website

    (Also read: Where to go with the kids during the school holidays)

     

     

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  • Kipling
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    This Belgian fashion brand launched a special-edition collection of Frozen 2 backpacks, handbags, crossbody bags, pouches, pen cases and collectible key chains.  Be enchanted by an array of mystical prints and colours that includes Frozen’s signature snowflake and beloved characters Anna, Elsa, Olaf and Sven.

    Prices range from $39 to $299 and you can find it at Kipling boutiques at Jewel Changi Airport, Ion Orchard and Vivocity.

     

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  • Marks & Spencer 
    6 / 7 Marks & Spencer 

    The British retailer is offering the very best of Frozen 2 merchandise with its festive collaboration with Disney, including kidswear, fancy dress costumes, backpacks, pyjama sets, onesies, advent calendars, toys, Christmas tree decorations, perfume, tableware, bedding and food products.

    Pick up the perfect gift for any Disney fan to indulge in that magical moment this festive season.

    The Marks & Spencer Frozen 2 collection ($6.90 to $79.90) is now available at all M&S stores and selected merchandise is available online.  

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  • Pandora
    7 / 7 Pandora

    Thaw a frozen heart this Christmas with the Danish jewellery brand’s Disney X Pandora Frozen 2 collection, with five new charms that will make any girl feel like a (snow) queen.

    They highlight the characters’ best traits which also double as inspiring words to the wearer – “Inner Strength” for Elsa and “Fearless by Nature” for Anna are engraved on the back of the charms – and also introduces Nokk, the mystical horse spirit that protects Elsa in Frozen 2.

    The Disney x Pandora Frozen 2 Collection ($99 to $159) is now available at Pandora stores and its e-store.

     A version of this article first appeared in TNP. Additional report by Stephanie Yeo.

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