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Disneyland will soon sell a HUGE $129 sandwich

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The giant 'Pym-ini'. (Source: Walt Disney)
The giant 'Pym-ini'. (Source: Walt Disney)

No matter what age you are, there’s usually bound to be at least one or two attractions at Disneyland that catches your eye.

But this one will make foodies sit up and take notice: the soon-to-be-opened Avengers Campus in Disney California Adventure park will feature a sandwich that will cost you an entire hundred-dollar bill.

Disneyland’s Avenger Campus will open on 4 June, and its Ant Man-inspired Pym Test Kitchen serving up “size-defying fare” has already garnered significant interest.

The huge sandwich, titled the “Family-sized Pym-ini”, will be assembled in the quick-service kitchen which will serve meals that have either shrunk or expanded in size.

The huge panini will make a solid US$99.99 ($128.87) dent in your wallet, but is estimated to feed families of 6-8.

According to Disneyland’s menu, it’ll contain salami, rosemary ham, provolone, and sun-dried tomato spread over toasted focaccia.

Sauce lovers can rejoice: the ‘Pym-ini’ comes with marinara dipping sauce as well as rocket salad.

But if you’d rather not share, you can just get a regular-sized panini for US$14.99.

Small children won’t miss out on the fun either, with the “Teeny Pym-ini” – which comes with a mandarin, yoghurt and either low-fat milk or water – at $9.99.

And if you just want a snack – but a big one, you can grab a Quantum Pretzel, a Bavarian-style pretzel weighing in at 453.8 grams served with “sharp cheddar cheese-beer sauce”, for US$12.99.

If you need something to wash it all down with, chuck down an “enlarged” soda filled with either the fluro-green guarana drink, Pingo Doce, or Coca Cola, which will set you back US$22.99.

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