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    One piece of Good news for Disneyland guests who banked with WaMu - FREE ATM's a

    Since JPMorgan bought out WaMu (Washington Mutual) Thursday, there is one good piece of news..

    JPMorgan is actually JPMorgan Chase, and Chase is the official bank for Disney, so the ATM's in the parks are now available to you at no extra charge!
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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    Yah! No more fees for me!

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    Way to make a Disney connection on the WaMu takeover!!! That is very good news!!!!

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    This is great news! I often times go to the DLR without a single penny in my pocket. Meals and merchandise can be purchased using my Wamu debit card. But if I want a churro or popcorn I had to use the ATM and incur a fee.

    Now I can use the park's ATMs instead of going to an actual Wamu ATM ahead of time.

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    Wait one second. Something about this doesn't make sense.

    How is this good only for AP holders? Does Disney have a deal with JP Morgan to charge a fee for regular guests who might happen to have a Wamu account?

    Why Apers and not regular guests?

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
    Wait one second. Something about this doesn't make sense.

    How is this good only for AP holders? Does Disney have a deal with JP Morgan to charge a fee for regular guests who might happen to have a Wamu account?

    Why Apers and not regular guests?
    It doesn't exclude non-ap's. I think the assumption was made that AP'ers are the folks who may make the spur-of-the-moment park visit, maybe more likely to use an in-park ATM machine. While a non-AP visitor might have planned their park visit for weeks, months, years, and have most monitary details in place before stepping foot into the park; JMHO.

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    Well this is the best piece of news since my trip is exactly one week away and I'm terrible at remembering to get cash out.

    Curiouser and curiouser...



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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    Quote Originally Posted by CrystalCastle View Post
    Way to make a Disney connection on the WaMu takeover!!! That is very good news!!!!
    You know you're a Disney nerd when...

    Seriously awesome news though Darkbeer... thanks. I just wish it had been 2 weeks ago so I didn't have to pay the $2.75 fee at the park ATM.

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland guests who banked with WaMu - FREE ATM's a

    YAHOO! That is sweet news for me and the hubby!!! Thank you Darkbeer!
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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland guests who banked with WaMu - FREE ATM's a

    count on us disney geeks to see the little silver linings in this crazy economy issue...

    i too am excited about no ATM fees.
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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland AP holders that banked with WaMu - FREE ATM

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
    Wait one second. Something about this doesn't make sense.

    How is this good only for AP holders? Does Disney have a deal with JP Morgan to charge a fee for regular guests who might happen to have a Wamu account?

    Why Apers and not regular guests?
    I'm most positive its 99.99999% of all guests edit* who bank with WaMu*, but as a AP holder I have the tendency of taking out money at the park. Maybe a common habit?
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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland guests who banked with WaMu - FREE ATM's a

    so there is no catch in this deal? im might consider using my washington atm card.

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland guests who banked with WaMu - FREE ATM's a

    Good news should I ever have to use an ATM while I'm there! Maybe this bank takeover isn't so bad after all.


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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland guests who banked with WaMu - FREE ATM's a

    I don't have a ATM. But my question is this. I bank at WaMu I wonder now when they change are Dibit cards would they have a design where u can have a Disney dibit card on it like how Bank of America has like sports, Hello Kitty and others on there card. I think that would be great if dibit cards have Disney on them.

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    Re: One piece of Good news for Disneyland guests who banked with WaMu - FREE ATM's a

    Hmm... maybe so, but credit unions are much more reliable and stable than any bank ever will be. Which is why I'm very glad I'm with a credit union.


    But this is great news for those who do bank with WaMu.

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