I am going to the Paid AP Preview of Cars Land on the 10th, and the only reason I bought the tickets was to take pictures of it at night.
The other day, Disney's D23 official Twitter tweeted that No cameras will be allowed during the previews.
A few minutes later they tweeted that it was a mistake and cameras would be allowed and standard Disneyland photography rules would apply.
I just called Disney Guest Relations and asked them about cameras being allowed during the previews and was told "Absolutely No Cameras will be allowed during the previews. They are still keeping everything a secret until the opening on the 15th."
Does anyone have accurate information about this???
Like I said, the ONLY reason I paid $75.00 per ticket was to take pictures and they never mentioned that cameras wouldn't be allowed. They also state that there is no refunds whatsoever, so I can't get my money back. I understand it is for charity and all that but if they won't allow cameras, they should have stated that on the site where you paid for it.