Six new Disney-inspired playing card decks set to launch this year, kicking off with “Frozen” and classic Donald Duck.

License Global

March 19, 2024

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"Frozen" playing card deck.
"Frozen" playing card deck. Cartamundi

Bicycle Playing Cards, a bestselling playing card brand, is introducing six new Disney-inspired playing card decks this year in the brand’s commitment to bring the magic of play home to families around the globe. 

Fans will be able to experience the timeless charm of Donald Duck and the frosty world of “Frozen’s” Arendelle with playing cards available at and launching at retail stores next month, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble and more. 

“We were excited to see so many families coming together to create magical memories through the power of play with our Disney-inspired playing card decks last year,” says Craig Townsend, president, United States Playing Card Company, a Cartamundi Company. “We are thrilled to introduce six more collections this year to unlock more opportunities for bringing the magic home.” 

The next four entries in the Disney-inspired collection will launch this summer. All six collections will be available in multiple markets globally. 

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