Target (TGT) announced on Sunday that as many as 25 of its stores would be opening a Disney (DIS) shop inside their locations as part of a partnership between the companies. The retailer will open the 25 locations by Oct. 4, selling Disney merchandise in-store and online.

Target also said that it will open another 40 Disney stores by October 2020, in addition to opening a new Target location nearby Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando in 2021.

The Disney merchandise available from Target will include 450 items that were previously only sold at Disney retail locations. These items will vary in prices from $2 to $200, which the company said most would fall in the $20 range.

The Disney “shop-in-shop” at Target will also offer interactive displays, photo spots, and areas to watch Disney movie clips for families.

The 25 Target locations that will be the first to have a Disney store inside include: (includes Target store number)

  • Allen North #2516 (Allen, Texas)
  • Austin NW #1797 (Austin, Texas)
  • Bozeman #1237 (Bozeman, Montana)
  • Brighton #922 (Brighton, Michigan)
  • Chicago Brickyard #1924 (Chicago, Illinois)
  • Clearwater #1820 (Clearwater, Florida)
  • Denver Stapleton #2052 (Denver, Colorado)
  • Edmond #1398 (Edmond, Oklahoma)
  • Euless #1368 (Euless, Texas)
  • Houston North Central #1458 (Spring, Texas)
  • Jacksonville Mandarin #1300 (Jacksonville, Florida)
  • Keizer #2110 (Keizer, Oregon)
  • Lake Stevens #1331 (Lake Stevens, Washington)
  • Leesburg #1874 (Leesburg, Virginia)
  • Loveland #1178 (Loveland, Colorado)
  • Maple Grove North #2193 (Maple Grove, Minnesota)
  • Mobile West #1376 (Mobile, Alabama)
  • Murrieta #1283 (Murrieta, California)
  • New Lenox #2028 (New Lenox, Illinois)
  • Pasadena #1396 (Pasadena, Texas)
  • Philadelphia West #2124 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • San Jose College Park #2088 (San Jose, California)
  • South Jordan #2123 (South Jordan, Utah)
  • Stroudsburg #1260 (Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania)
  • Waterford Park #2068 (Clarksville, Indiana)

Shares of Target stock were down 0.12 percent as of 9:45 a.m. ET on Tuesday while shares of Disney stock were up 0.64 percent at the same time.

A sign is seen on the exterior of a Target store July, 18, 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. Scott Olson/Getty Images