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Walt Disney World News: Charging Lockers Removed

Walt Disney World News: Charging Lockers Removed

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Happy Wednesday Hipsters! It’s time for your weekly Walt Disney World News.

Newsaroundmouse9.16New! Mobile Charging Lockers Removed: The test period for mobile phone charging lockers at Magic Kingdom Park have come to an end. The lockers are no longer available. If you need to charge mobile devices at Magic Kingdom, you can find outlets in the Tomorrowland Arcade and the FastPass+ kiosk location in Storybook Circus.

In addition to the standard AC power outlets, USB ports are also available for Guests to charge their mobile devices in Fantasyland.

Charging outlets are located in the ‘stumps’ at either end of the bench seating areas near Rapunzel’s village.

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Reminder! Annual Passholders Must Present Discount Card for Purchase Discounts: When a Walt Disney World Passholder receives a MagicBand order at home, it includes a personalized Passholder discount card. Passholders must present a valid photo ID as well as their discount card or Pass for applicable discounts and parking privileges. If a Passholder discount card is misplaced, the Passholder should be directed to Guest Relations, where a Cast Member can reprint the Guest’s Pass, which can be used as a discount card.

Reminder! Valet Pricing Changes at Downtown Disney: Valet pricing at the Downtown Disney Area will now be adjusted based on length of stay. The time window will begin when Guests arrive at the valet podium and will end when they return to the podium. Payment will be collected upon return to the valet podium.

  • 0-2 hours: $10
  • 2-3 hours: $15
  • 3+ hours:  $20

Don’t forget to book your next Walt Disney World vacation with ThemeParkHipster’s designated travel agency, Destinations in Florida!

NikkyJ
NikkyJ

JOIN NIKKYJ ON THIS SOLO THEME PARK JOURNEY NikkyJ is the author of The Solo Theme Park Traveler's Guide who loves ALL things amusement park related. She was born and raised in Florida which attributed to her passion for theme parks. Instead of rushing over to the thrill rides, like she used to, you may find her in the Italy Pavilion at Epcot enjoying a nice glass of Pinot Noir and a delightful book! NikkyJ enjoys traveling solo to theme parks and wants to show you how you can overcome any of your fears and TAKE THE SOLO THEME PARK CHALLENGE!

2 Comments so far

Laura SchindlerPosted on  1:15 pm - Sep 18, 2014

I think people would use those charging lockers and forget about it, leaving their phone all day. I use my little lipstick-sized charger for the parks anyway.

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