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Disneyland is well-known for its rides and entertainment, but it’s also got quite a fun food scene as well. When it comes to food, there is no shortage of treats to keep you going during a fun-filled day at one of their theme parks.

However, some might say that the food in Disneyland can be a little pricey for what you’re getting. Those people will probably have a panic attack when they hear that Disneyland has come out with a $100 sandwich.

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The aptly named the Family-sized Pym-ini Sandwich is actually a massive sandwich meant to be split amongst a group of six to eight friends. Or, if you’re really, really hungry and up for the challenge, one person.

It sounds quite incredible as it is made with salami, rosemary ham, provolone cheese, and sun-dried tomato spread all stacked onto toasted focaccia. Plus, it comes with a marinara dipping sauce and an arugula salad. Just maybe don’t eat it ride before a really intense ride!

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Of course, this massive sandwich doesn’t just come in its huge side. You can also get a regular-sized version for the much more affordable price of $15. Disneyland is no stranger to coming up with giant food items. Within the park’s Pym Test Kitchen – where you get the Family-sized Pym-ini Sandwich – you can also find a massive meatball that’s served on a huge metal spoon, as well as a caesar salad that has a giant crouton.

Photo: flickr/sean dreilinger

What do you think of this giant sandwich? Would you be trying one? Have you tried one already? Let us know!