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    Bricks, how much?

    Does anyone know exactly how much the bricks at Disneyland cost?


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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    i believe it is $250, from what i remember when i researched it. but i could be wrong.

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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    Quote Originally Posted by wrs28220
    i believe it is $250, from what i remember when i researched it. but i could be wrong.
    Damn that is a lot for a brick, I think it would be easier and cheaper to go to the hardware store buy a brick and engrave your name and place it in the dirt at Disneyland.


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    Re: Bricks, how much?

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    How long do you think it would take them to find it?
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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    Quote Originally Posted by AliKzam
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    How long do you think it would take them to find it?
    probably not long, just a little joke.


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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    Its $150 not $250

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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    okay, i stand corrected.

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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    And you can get an AP discount as well. And also if you want you can have the AP logo on your stone as well. I chose the 50th Logo. It doesn't cost extra only the replica costs extra and I believe that is $35 for either a resin clear or Wooden replica.
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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    I have 2, one in front of Disneyland (with the brass 50th logo) and one in front of DCA.
    I paid $150 for the first one, but the second one I bought during an AP promotion last year. IMHR it cost under $100.

    BTW, the replicas are awesome. I prefer the resin myself.

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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    Yep, the brocks are 150, the replicas 35. However, you only get the 10% AP discount with a PAP.
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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    is there a place online you can look into getting one? do they tell you where your brick is so you can visit it?

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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    There is no way to order them online. You can call Disney DelivEars or email (I think this is the address) [email protected] .

    They send you a certificate showing what you put on the brick (Names, dates, and places only) as well as its number. There is also a map included so you know approximately where your brick will be.

    The replicas are shipped about 6 weeks later and come from a trophy store. The are half the size of the actual brick.
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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    thank you for the info

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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    I love my replica... can't wait to hear the real one is installed...

    the bricks are a great investment for your kids... they might be there for a real long time... maybe forever... (i wish)

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    Re: Bricks, how much?

    I got one for my family for Christmas. It cost $150 plus $35 for the replica. The replica will be sent 4-6 weeks after the initial order. Right now the next time they will be installing the bricks is in April. They will stay in the ground for 10 years before they are removed. I'm not sure what happens to them after that. Right now if you order a brick you have the option of having a gold emblem of the castle put into it as well as a special promotion for the 50th.
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