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TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) - If you can't make it to Walt Disney World, there's a new way to bring a little bit of the magic right to your door.
Disney's popular array of snacks and goodies are often only available to buy on Disney property, but a subscription box service called "Boxney" sends a selection of treats from the Orlando-area theme parks each month.
The service is not affiliated with Disney. Boxney's website says its staff members shop at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and Disney Springs to curate their boxes.
The treats differ each month, with options such as decorated character cookies, rice krispie treats, popcorn and candy from Goofy's Candy Company.
According to Insider, there are three different size boxes to choose from, which start at $30 and go up to $110. You can sign up to receive a single box, or opt to get a subscription box sent to you each month.
The cheapest box, called the Goodie Box Mini, comes with three to four treats from Walt Disney World. For $60, the Goodie Box Original contains four to seven snacks, while the $110 Goodie Box Premium is filled with 10 to 15 items.
According to Boxney's website, the company also offers a gluten-free box, and occasionally offers boxes that have food from various countries in Epcot's World Showcase. Other limited edition boxes include seasonal treats from around the holidays, such as Halloween and Christmas.
For more information on Boxney's subscription box service, visit their website.