Honorary Mickey Aviator Sticker from Soarin' - Disney California Adventure
Another day and another post on something we picked up at a Disney Park. This continues the last few posts about items at Disneyland Resort. Above is a Mickey Mouse "Honorary Aviator" sticker that they give out in the Soarin' line at Disney's California Adventure. It is bigger than the normal "Mickey Stickers" that they hand out all over and is the size of the celebration buttons.
This is a little different than the 'job role' stickers like the other WDW-related ones we've picked up including a Honorary Custodian or WDW Monorail Pilot. It is ride-related and includes Mickey, so not sure where exactly to put it.
But, that doesn't matter. Get it next time you ride Soarin' in DCA.
Full list of items that are free from Disney Parks:
- This "Honorary Aviator" Mickey the Mouse sticker (that's the size of a button) from the Soarin' queue.
- A cute set of Lightning McQueen and Stanley Disney California Adventure buttons.
- You can ask for a Driver's License from the Tomorrowland Speedway in Walt Disney World.
- And just yesterday, I posted the companion license from Autopia in Disneyland Resort.
- You can get the business card that we got from the Mayor of Main Street USA. He's dead now, so I don't think they're doing this any longer.
- There's also an official 'guest skipper' license from the Jungle Cruise Skippers.
- And a card from Soarin' that is labeled "Born to Soar" that allows little ones to 'fly' the ride as soon as they hit the height.
- If you are an Annual Passholder, they have things all the time for you. Including buttons like this one from the Food and Wine Festival. Or car magnets like this Mickey one from the Flower and Garden Festival.
- There are also plenty of character stickers from various cast members and DVC kiosks like Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse.
- And you can get a Celebration Pin everyday or special pins on other days like Mickey Mouse's birthday or a special pin if you participate in the Star Wars Jedi Training. Or this "I'm Tweeting" button from @WDWToday.
- If you look hard enough, you can also find 'job role' stickers like Honorary Custodian or WDW Monorail Pilot.
- And there's, of course, transportation cards.