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    Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    Hi fellow mice chatters! We (the family and I) will be going to DLR the first week end of October to celebrate my daughter's birthday and to partake in the Halloween Treat at DCA.

    We have never been to the park during birthdays so I have a question I'm sure someone on here can answer. The buttons I have seen kids wear that say "It's my Birthday!" or something to that effect, where do we get those? How much do they cost if anything? Can we get them at the gate? City Hall? Chase Mickey across Toontown, tackle him, and go through his pockets?

    Just wondering!

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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    I think they are free @ City hall.

    Or you could try to beat up Pluto for one....

    he's used to that
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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    We got my daughters at City Hall last month.
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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    The Birthday buttons are complimentary & bad joke-free at either the Disneyland City Hall on Main Street or in DCA's Guest Relations lobby, just to your left as you enter the park. If you're staying at a DLR hotel they typically have them at their front desks as well.

    Have a great time!
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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    They are free. You can get them at City Hall and at the big board next to the hub with the posted wait times. If they are for kids, get them at City Hall and they will ask if they want a birthday phone call from Goofy. They will have them go to the "Special" phone and when it rings Goofy will wish them a Happy Birthday, along with his usual nonsense, and then sing Happy Birthday to them. They will love it. They do it for adults too, but you may have to ask.
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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    Thanks to you all!! I appreciate the help...and even the "bad jokes"

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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    Im going on my birthday - the 27th, I'll be 25 (im getting sooo old.. :'( ) - i think i may go and get myself a button this year for fun.

    I heard you get 12 tortillas over at the mission factory in DCA - is that still true? i LOVE those.

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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    All CM"s should have them at hand also.

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    Re: Quick Question on Birthday Buttons

    Quote Originally Posted by Sub_Voyage fan View Post
    All CM"s should have them at hand also.

    Yeah, not so much. Some attractions do, as do Dream Squad members. But having regular CMs carry around a supply of buttons and a Sharpie in their pocket, that'd be a pain.
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