If you ever stood before a $300 purse at Walt Disney World, vowing some day you would buy a “Disney Dooney,” but just not this year, you are probably a Cheapskate Princess. To get to Disney Word, you have worked hard and probably saved money for a very long time. Will you ever find yourself justifying the price of a Dooney & Bourke handbag, because a purchase like this is a total Disney Princess splurge. While they feature some of the greatest prints on Disney merchandise today, a Dooney & Bourke handbag is certainly pricey.
What is so great about a Disney D&B purse, and can you afford one?
The Dooney and Bourke website states than in 1975, the company was launched with the idea that they could make a difference in the fine leather goods market.
- commitment to enduring style
- uncompromising quality
- use of the finest raw materials
- time honored techniques of old-world leather craftsmen
- inspired from a variety of classic bag shapes
- styles are a blend of class and contemporary.
So just how much is a Disney and Dooney going to cost you? All the photos featured today and current prices are from the Disneystore.com, (click here to go straight to the site) but remember that prices and styles change without notice.
Disney Dooney & Bourke wristlets typically start at $65 before tax and shipping.
This purse is an Online Exclusive; the Dooney & Bourke Mickey Mouse Mini Barrel Bag is $105 before tax and shipping.
The Disney Dooney & Bourke sketch letter carrier bag is $128 before tax and shipping.
The Disney Dooney and Bourke backpack starts at $198 before tax and shipping.
The Retro Disneyland Davis Tassel Bag is $285 before tax and shipping.
The Disney Dooney & Bourke Sketch Leather Shopper Bag is $345 before tax and shipping.
The Disney Dooney & Bourke Sketch Weekender Large Duffle Bag is $395 before tax and shipping.
So we have a range of less than $100 to almost $400 for a Disney Dooney. You can see all these photos, a total of 52 different styles and color combinations at the Disneystore.com.
Only you know if you hand the funds to bring one of these babies home to live in your castle. I honestly think my husband would have a stroke if I hauled the $399 Weekender Bag up to the gift shop counter. A princess can dream, eh?!
Now before you decide only a true Disney Princess has the money to afford a purse of this magnificence, there are frequently promotions online at the Disney Store.
Look for ads on the site that appear similar to this:
Sometimes they offer a promotion for a free $15 card holder with any purchase of a Dooney & Bourke handbag. Look to see if you spot this:
Be sure to use the promo code DOONEYTEN.
For $400, I could buy an awful lot of snacks for my family. Have you bought your own Disney Dooney? Leave us some comments if you think they hold their value and are a worthwhile investment in…you!
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