LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes: Mystery bags of fun!

LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump CodesMay is a great month, not only because it’s the beginning of the summer movie season, but also because LEGO Disney Minifigures are here! This set contains 18 different characters. While we were trying to figure out what was in the bags, we realized that there were a ton of the Aliens from Toy Story…as well as Donald Duck. We ended up with three Donalds. Don’t ask how, I’m still not sure.

Listed below are the LEGO Disney Minifigure Bump Codes!

Minnie & Mickey LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Minnie & Mickey LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

These two are easily confused when feeling the package. The key is to find the bow. It’s a separate piece.

Buzz Lightyear & Alien LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Buzz Lightyear & Alien LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

With Buzz, his helmet is two pieces which are quite large, so you’ll likely feel those. The Alien’s antenna was easy to feel. I swear every other bag I picked up was that freaking alien!

LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Aladdin & Genie LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

The key to finding Aladdin, aside from the bump codes, is his hair/fez. They are one piece. Be sure to feel that it’s flat. If it’s pointy, you most likely have Peter Pan. With the Genie, it’s a combination of the lamp, his swirly-lack-of-legs, and the wisp of hair/feather on his head.

LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Maleficent & Ursula LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Maleficent is easy to find because of her staff and headdress. Ursula has those octopus like legs, so the bag is kinda puffy.

LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Daisy Duck LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Daisy was tough to find because she could easily be mistaken for Donald. She has a separate bow, so be sure to feel for that.

Donald Duck LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Donald Duck LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

I’m still not sure how it happened, but we ended up with three Donalds. I think we were so excited about the LEGO Disney Minifigures that we weren’t thinking straight. Donald’s head & tail is easy to feel in the bag as well as his hat.

LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Alice LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Alice is the only one with a disc thing in her bag. Of course, her hair & skirt can easily be felt too. I’m seriously trying not to make these sound dirty.

Disney Minifigure Bump Codes Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

The Cheshire Cat has a weird head and his tail is a separate piece from his body & legs.

Mr. Incredible & Syndrome LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Mr. Incredible & Syndrome LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Both Mr. Incredible & Syndrome have those square things, but it’s their hair that is helpful in trying to figure out what’s in the bag.

Disney Lego Minifigure Bump Codes

Ariel & Stitch LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Ariel’s pretty much the only “princess” represented in this set, which is fine with me. I was never really big on the whole princess scene. Regardless, to find her feel for the oyster, jewel, and her hair & fish tail.

Stitch is easy to find because of his big ears.

Peter Pan & Captain Hook LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

Peter Pan & Captain Hook LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes

And finally, we have Peter Pan & Captain Hook. Peter Pan is easy to find because of his pointy hat and knives. By the way, the knives are connected to each other in the bag.

Captain Hook has a giant hat, so you’ll probably feel that first. His sword and hook are easy to feel too.

I think the dots might be a good indication, but as always use the feel method if there’s a LEGO Disney Minifigure you must have.

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10 thoughts on “LEGO Disney Minifigures Bump Codes: Mystery bags of fun!

  1. Adi

    I got two syndrome’s – his bumps are different than what you show. Both have two and then one dot. Just FYI for those out shopping.

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  2. James

    Hi. I looked at your bump codes here and then opened some packs and looked at the bump codes on the packs and your markings are all different then the bumps on the bags for each minifig. Are there different bumps on bags for different countries? I’m in Canada.
    Thanks.

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    1. Amy Ruiz Fritz Post author

      Hi James. Yes, it’s entirely possible for the bump codes to vary by country. I also know they can vary by production run. This means if it’s been a few months since the minifigures come out, they may change the bump codes.
      Thanks!

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  3. Wade Atmore

    They must have changed all of the bump codes. I bought a bag that was *clearly* bumped for a Mickey Mouse but turned out to be Alice in Wonderland; what should have been Buzz Lightyear turned out to be Ariel.

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  4. MatuteGo

    Hey! good post! I gotthem (just the villians jijij) I think that the hability to feel those parts is something that is improving with each edition 🙂
    regards from Monterrey, Mex

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    1. Amy Ruiz Fritz Post author

      Hi,
      I’m not sure what you mean by source. The bump codes can change with each production run of the minifigures and probably even in each country. They aren’t 100% accurate. As time goes on, the bump codes become less accurate.

      Reply

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