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Disney Magic Kingdoms: Buildings from Honey Tree Trouble Event

With the launch of a new event, there are always new buildings for you to plop into your own Magic Kingdom. Some of these buildings come from doing the various quests attached to the event, while others are premium items that require Gems to purchase. So far, we have access to 4 buildings in the Honey Tree Trouble event: Rabbit’s House, Mickey Waffles Concession, Cotton Candy Cart, and the Winnie the Pooh Hat Stand! Check out more info below.

As always, we are playing Disney Magic Kingdoms on our Google Pixel 2, provided to us by Google Canada. The Pixel 2 is a great multimedia phone with two front facing speakers for an optimum audio experience, whether playing games, watching movies, or listening to music! Read our review here.

blankRabbit’s House – Purchased During Event – Wiki

Rabbits house is one of the first buildings you will erect once you get going in the Honey Tree Trouble event. Various tasks from multiple characters can be performed here, and the building will generate 18 M-xp, 35 Update-18-m-currency, and a chance at a T-rabbit-2 event token

This lovely recreation in game brings back great memories of watching Winnie the Pooh cartoons as a kid, as well as from the books I read to my own kids now! Good job on this one Gameloft!


blankMickey Waffle Concession – 60 Gems – Wiki

Mickey Waffle Concession should bring back fond memories for those fortunate enough to visit on of Disney’s many theme park around the world, or cruise aboard Disney Cruise Line. This item was first available during the Beauty and the Beast / Chip and Dale update in March of 2017. It is back again, and if you haven’t purchased one yet, now is the time to do so!

This stand will provide 7 M-xp and 65 M-magic every 4 hours!


blankCotton Candy Cart – 60 Gems – Wiki

The Cotton Candy Cart is one of the least inspired premium item you can get in Disney Magic Kingdoms. When you consider that your 60 Gems could purchase you the Mickey Waffle Concession stand or Winnie the Pooh Hat Stand, you quickly begin to wonder why you would purchase this one.

That being said, the payout every 12 hours is pretty good, netting you 3 M-xp and 135 M-magic!


Winnie the Pooh Hat Stand – 60 Gems – Wikiblank

The Winnie the Pooh Hat Stand is easily the best premium item up for grabs during the Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree Trouble event! Although it won’t hold the nostalgic importance that the Mickey Waffle Concession will, it’s still a great premium item to add to your area of the park where you keep all the Winnie the Pooh centric buildings!

The stand will generate 5 M-xp and 25Update-18-m-currency  every 4 hours!




blankEeyore’s House – 150 Gems – Wiki

Eeyore’s House unlocked alongside Eeyore on March 16, 2018 and when compared to the other premium buildings offered in this event, it is incredibly expensive! That being said, you will have the ability to obtain event Tokens for Roo, Kanga, and Eeyore, which is invaluable. These will be offered up every 4 hours, so be sure to get back and tap the house often!

The house will generate 23 M-xp and 32 Update-18-m-currency every 4 hours, with a potential for event tokens!


The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh – 10,000 Update-18-m-currency – Wikiblank

The iconic house of Winnie the Pooh is something I’ve been longing for in Disney Magic Kingdoms, and finally we have it thanks to the Honey Tree Trouble event! Unlocking this house will happen as you progress through the event, so make sure you are saving up that event currency to make this expensive purchase!

The house will generate 22 M-xp and 45 Update-18-m-currency every 8 hours, with the chance of earning event tokens!


blankPooh’s Honey Hunt – 15,000 Update-18-m-currency – Wiki

Pooh’s Honey Hunt is a trackless ride that is incredibly popular at Tokyo Disney. A honey pot car will take guests through a Winnie the Pooh story, similar to what you might experience at Florida’s Walt Disney World.

The attraction will generate 10 M-xp and 15 Update-18-m-currency every 2 hours, with the chance of earning event tokens!



Images used throughout this article are from the Disney Magic Kingdoms Wiki. You can find links to each building wiki next to the title!


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