Customizable On-Demand Personalized Merchandise Available on the Disney Dream

Personalized Disney Cruise themed merchandise set sail recently aboard the Disney Dream. Thanks Chris Griffith and FLfreak, we have some pictures of the personalization station set up in the side room of the Vista Gallery on Deck 4 Midship. The space is best described as a pop up store in that the it looks temporary.

This new line of customizable merchandise was created specifically for the Disney Dream. Guest can personalize a number of items from stateroom door magnets, t-shirts, holiday ornaments and smartphone cases.

DCL Dream Personalized Merchandise

Personalized Door Magnets $14.99 

DCL Dream Personalized Merchandise

Additional Door Magnets $14.99 – Fish Extender starting at $19.99 for header and 1 pouch, $9.99 for additional pouches

DCL Dream Personalized Merchandise

Personalized T-shirts

DCL Dream Personalized Merchandise

Personalized T-shirts $24.99

DCL Dream Personalized Merchandise

Personalized Ornaments $19.99 and Phone Cases $29.99

The personalization station tablets remind me of the kiosks at D-Tech on demand at Walt Disney World.DCL Dream Personalized Merchandise DCL Dream Personalized MerchandiseI was told the process is slow, but you can wait and watch your creation come to life, or stop back later to pick up the finished item.
DCL Dream Personalized Merchandise DCL Dream Personalized MerchandiseThis is not Disney Cruise Line’s first foray into personalized merchandise. Every so often they have tested personalized phone cases, but to date nothing has become a permanent offering. Given the temporary look of the setup, only time will tell how long DCL personalized merchandise will be available. This shop appeared just after the addition of the Disney Dream’s Tiffany & Co. Pop-up Store.

What you think about this line of personalized merchandise available on the Disney Dream?

3 thoughts on “Customizable On-Demand Personalized Merchandise Available on the Disney Dream

  1. Maureen

    Yup. They saw all the money people were spending on magnets and T shirt before sailing and thought, wait, let’s get that money, too 🙂

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