My husband always found shirts he liked there and we'd find things in the other stops in the co-op as well. Last month, though, we were disappointed to see that much of the merch (especially the men's shirts and kitchen stuff) was the same merch found in every store. Here's hoping the co-op gets some of its originality back.Their cards are very nice and I wish them the best. I love that the Co-Op is integrating a new thing into it's conclave. I'm thinking the only location available is the Twenty-Eight and Main pod. This makes me kinda sad, because Twenty-Eight and Main merchandise was simply the best -- clever, inventive, and maybe too expensive -- and waaaaay better than shirts that say "Turkey Leg" or "I'm so Fly...I Neverland". For real, people..if you wear those kinds of shirts, we're all pretty much judging you.
Seems unlikely to be true if they're moving from the co-op to an actual storefront of their own. Someone must be buying 'em.Their cards are pretty! Whenever I pass it at Disney Springs it feels like the kiosk at the mall that sells cheap perfume where nobody buys anything. I guess people aren't in the market for greeting cards while on vacation.
You know, I've ordered cards from them online and I have an annual pass to WDW and live in FL but I've never been to their shop at the co-op OR the kiosk.. With the size of DTD and the situation with the parking garages and such, I've found it a bit of a challenge to convince a young child it's a place he wants to be in the middle of a trip to the parks.They upgraded from the co-op to a kiosk about a year ago. I've seen people in there lots of times - and buying more than 1 card at a time. I have all of the Star Wars cards mounted on art board on display. They are that good.