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- Hi Diane, another question. Not sure how much cash to bring, on dining plan but planning on some shopping. Is it better to attach credit card to pass? What happens if you lose it, can someone else charge to it? Also, is there is safe in Pop Cen. Thanks
- - Asked by Denise from Prince Edward Island on 2/21/2010
- Hello Denise! Thank you for your question. I really do enjoy shopping while at Walt Disney World. My husband is shaking his head as I type this. Anyways, they really do have the cutest tops for everyone in the family. Oh, everything is just too cute! I have always attached a credit card to my "Key to the World". I have a lanyard where I can place them in and keep around my neck. I have never been a fan of carrying any other credit/debit cards with me. If you should lose your "Key to the World", just notify guest services and they will immediately cancel that key. They will then look into any purchases that you may not have made. Cast members have always been good about asking for some identification when I present them with my card. So, you will want to have your driver's license or some other form of identification with you. I always set a limit to my credit card when I check in. If you reach that limit and want to increase your amount, just stop by guest services. I do take $25 in cash with me just in case the kids want additional snacks. I really have no idea why I choose $25 each time. I guess it is the whole idea of losing it. It would not hurt too much like $100 would.
You will find safe boxes in your room. I highly recommend using them. You can also utilize the safe boxes at the front desk. Both do not require a fee.
Please let me know if I can help you with any other questions. I am always happy to help. Have a magical day!
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