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    Cheapest Stuff in the park

    Lets be honest Disneyland is a little pricey. But occasionally you get deals ( like one time a got a t shirt for $12 because I was a pass holder.) So,what is the best deal in disneyland?

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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    The free water from the drinking fountains.....?





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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    The free brochure maps

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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    Free ice water from most counter spots. It sounds corny, but in the summer, free cold water is the best thing!

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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    Free Buttons.... Yesterday they gave these to everyone at the entrance.


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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    Free water, free maps and brochures, and free buttons.
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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    Free buttons, maps in multiple languages from around the world, pressed pennies

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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    Thanks, but I was looking for more stuff like T-Shirts, hats etc.

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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    Your best bet for apparel is to purchase them from disneystore.com they usually have some pretty good sales. I have never seen anything on sale within the parks.





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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    I think the souvenir steins/goblets at Maurices (Fantasy Faire) are reasonable. Then again, I'd spend almost anything for the apple boysenberry freeze that comes in them. There are clip-on ears for under $10, but they dont stay in very well. Occasionally, you can find decent sales in the shops, shirts or purses for under $20, you just have to look long & hard.

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    Re: Cheapest Stuff in the park

    The souvenir travel mugs that you can get with coffee or hot chocolate are a pretty good deal.


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    We splurged this last trip and stayed at the DL Hotel so we got some "free" stuff. We got luggage tags (4), one ride photo, 4 pins and 4 lanyards, and deals on Ridemakerz and some other offers we didn't make use of. Not cheap stuff within the park but just thought I'd mention it for information sake.
    Last edited by Tamiele; 06-21-2013 at 02:22 PM.

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    Nothing can really beat the merch at the character warehouse about a mile away from the park...some of what they have is Godawful but I've found last year's ear hats, keychains, shirts, lanyards and other goodies there for very reasonable prices.

    Within the parks the cheapest thing I've found: they have little buttons with character artwork for $1.25 at some of the checkout lines (I have seen them at the Emporium and the shop by Winnie the Pooh). I found a really keen Maleficent button, and they had a lot of other characters, like Alice, the Cheshire Cat and the Evil Queen.
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    You'll see these by the cashier in the Emporium and the little vendor cart by the old Fantasyland Station for the skyway. The little buttons, not pins, buttons with characters on it. It is like not even a dollar each, but fun to put on your Mickey ears or your backpack. They have different buttons like every 6 months or every few months right?

    But that is something that is really cheap to get especially with an AP!
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