You can still vote for – and buy – limited-edition Disney March Magic T-shirts

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For those of us who like theme parks more than basketball March can be a hard month. This year Disney is here to help by bringing a bit of theme park magic to March madness, with 32 new, limited-edition T-shirt designs going up against one another in a bracket-style competition called March Magic. The shirts are based on popular Disney attractions, and they’re pitted against one another, East Coast vs. West Coast. From what we can gather, you vote for your favorite shirts by commenting on Disney's Facebook page under the image of the contestants going head to head – right now, you can vote for the Gracey Manor Ghouls for the Haunted Mansion or Shooting Stars for the Wishes Nighttime Spectacular. Then of course, you can purchase your favorite shirts through Disney's online store. 



The were posted in March, and they’ll continue to compete against one another through April 7. When the brackets end, a winning shirt will be crowned the March Magic 2015 winner, and it will be available for sale online through April 12. 

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