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Disney Park Passwords (continued)
Disney Park Passwords (continued)
Money—Pay with cash, Disney Dollars, Disney gift cards, travelers checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, and Diner’s Club. Disney Gift Cards are sold at parks, resorts, most U.S. Disney Stores, and some retailers, like Target and Sam's Club (small discount). ATMs are located in the parks, Downtown Disney District, and hotel lobbies. Disney resort guests can charge to their room.
Packages—Disney hotel guests can have packages delivered free of charge to their resort for next-day pickup after 7:00 am. Inquire before purchasing. Any visitors who do not want to carry a package around can check their purchases until departure at Pioneer Mercantile, the Newsstand, or The Star Trader at Disneyland Park, or at Elias & Company at Disney California Adventure Park.
Park—Disney’s recreational complexes requiring admission, namely Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Descriptions begin on page 83.
Parking—$18 ($23/oversized vehicles or $28/buses); free to Signature and Signature Plus Annual Passholders. Downtown Disney parking (see map on page 142) is free for the first two hours and $12/hour thereafter, with a maximum fee of $36/day (you can get an additional two hours with validation from AMC Theatres or a Downtown Disney table-service restaurant). Also see page 88.
Queue—A waiting area or line for an attraction or character greeting.
Re-Entry—Guests may exit and re-enter the same park on the same day. Hand stamps may be required as you exit. Guests with Park Hopper Tickets can move between the two Disney parks.
Security—All bags are searched before entering the Esplanade between the two parks, the monorail in Downtown Disney District, and Grand Californian Hotel entry to Disney California Adventure.
Shopping—A variety of shops sell Disney items, themed products, and sundries.
Smoking—Prohibited in most places in parks. See park maps for smoking areas.
Strollers & Wheelchairs—Strollers ($15/day, or $25/day for two strollers), wheelchairs ($12/day + $20/deposit and sales tax), and ECVs ($50/day + $20 deposit) can be rented just outside of Disneyland Park, to the right of the entrance. Limited availability—arrive early, bring your own, or rent elsewhere (see Wheelchairs and Strollers on page 35). Park hopping guests may take their stroller, wheelchair, and/or ECV rental with them to the other park, but not into Downtown Disney District. Please note: double strollers are not available; if you need one, bring your own or rent elsewhere. See also page 102.
Tax—Orange County sales tax is 8%. Anaheim hotel tax is 15%, while Garden Grove's is 14.5%.
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