Posted by Chris on May 14, 2013 at 08:22 PM CST
The Disney Parks Blog announced that for the first time ever, attendees will be able to find Star Wars-themed gift cards at Hollywood Studios during Star Wars Weekends. Each week, a different character will be available.



•Weekend 1: Skywalker Mickey, May 17-19
•Weekend 2: Darth Donald, May 24-26
•Weekend 3: Yoda Stitch, May 31-June 2
•Weekend 4: Darth Goofy, June 7-9

In true Disney fashion, each card also features a Hidden Mickey!
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