Enjoy new twists on beloved classics with these Disney-themed games from The Op | USAopoly!

Little fans of Lilo & Stitch, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Encanto will be eager to get their hands on versions of Yahtzee and Lotería with designs inspired by Disney movies. Introduce these classics to family game night with characters kids already love!

Yahtzee: Disney Stitch brings Lilo & Stitch to the ever-popular dice game. The game includes a collectible tiki-style dice cup featuring Stitch in a variety of poses, as well as dice with movie characters and items such as Stitch’s plasma blaster. Roll your way to the highest score with your favorite alien experiment 626. Yahtzee: Disney Stitch is recommended for ages 8 and up and is available at The Op | USAopoly and Amazon for $23.99.

Lotería is an English and Spanish version of the game of Bingo, now bringing beloved Disney movies to the table. Lotería: Disney Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas features illustrations of characters, items, and places from the film, such as Jack Skellington and a Christmas tree. Lotería: Disney Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is designed for kids ages 4 and up and is available at The Op | USAopoly and Amazon for $19.99.

Lotería: Disney Encanto is a BoxLunch exclusive with favorite characters from the film such as Mirabel, Bruno, and more. Players will need to work hard to match the images found on their “tablas,” and maybe find themselves learning a little bit of a new language along the way! Lotería: Disney Encanto is recommended for kids ages 4 and up and is available at BoxLunch for $24.90.

Get the newest offerings from The Op | USAopoly and give little Disney fans a good reason to play games with the family! If you need even more Disney content in your board games, the company also has games featuring Coco, Kingdom Hearts, and more.

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