• On Dec 4, 2017
    Sheila from AZ Asked

    We normally get hard tickets (e.g., like credit cards) but this time we received paper tickets (e.g., like punch out cards). Any suggestions for the best way to keep these flimsy cards safe (i.e., not lost or torn)? Thanks!

    Hi Sheila,
    To answer your question, absolutely!
    I have a super awesome suggestion on keeping your Park tickets safe and free of any wear and tear–– scan them on the Disneyland Mobile App!
    If you download the app on your cell, you can make dining reservations, see attraction wait times, find the nearest restroom or merchandise location and most importantly, link your Park tickets by scanning the bar code when prompted. Once your Park tickets are linked to your account, there's no need to keep bringing them out. You'll be able to get FASTPASSES for your favorite attractions from your phone using MaxPass, see your PhotoPass photos almost immediately after taking them and simply scan your phone every time you need to exit and re-enter the Parks. Not a bad deal, right?
    I hope this helps!
    Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel.
    Have a Magical trip...ChEARs!
    -Anabel M.

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Meet the Panelist: Anabel, California

I'm a bilingual, Disney-loving happy wife & proud mommy of Benny & Toby (Woody & Buzz). I've always loved Disneyland. Each trip to this magical place makes me "curiouser and curiouser." I'm proud to serve as a Disney Parks Moms Panelist and look forward to helping with your Disneyland Resort questions. My best advice? Buy the mouse ears, eat the churro, sing out loud and forget about your worries and your strife while at the “happiest place on Earth” Learn More About Anabel

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