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    I don't think I have time to get an order in if I order online, so I was wondering if there is a good place near DLR that has them. Any ideas?

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    Uh. They sell them in the park?

    Or are you not going into the park at all? But if your not going into the park... What would be the point?

    Well, I know the huge Disney store in Downtown Disney sells them. At least, last time I looked they did. Up at the counter where you pay. Then in Disneyland, the Emporium sells them. And there's several places in DCA, specifically the first store on the left when you walk in.

    Maybe I'm misunderstanding though. Did I answer correctly?
    Code Lee-Oh-Co (Or Jessica, if you want)

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      I was just wondering if there was a nearby store such as Walmart that would sell them cheaper.

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        No... But you can always use a regular notebook? Or a small sketchbook.

        Maybe a Disney outlet store! Or a Disney store... search clearance bins and such.

        Do you know of any close-by Disney outlet stores?
        Code Lee-Oh-Co (Or Jessica, if you want)

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          Disney's Character Warehouse in Fullerton (just a few miles from Disneyland) They liquidate all the surplus Disneyland merchandise. It is a great place to get souveniers, lots of clothes. Right now they have the 50th anniversary gold autograph books, I think that they were $4 and buy 1 get 1 free. Usually if you search on-line you can find a 10% off cupon. Have fun!

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            Originally posted by disneydan View Post
            Disney's Character Warehouse in Fullerton (just a few miles from Disneyland) They liquidate all the surplus Disneyland merchandise. It is a great place to get souveniers, lots of clothes. Right now they have the 50th anniversary gold autograph books, I think that they were $4 and buy 1 get 1 free. Usually if you search on-line you can find a 10% off cupon. Have fun!
            Ooh.. that's a good idea.. I have NEVER gotten any characters to sign any type of autograph book..

            It's due time I do that as well!


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            • #7
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              I hear they refuse to sign the book if they know you bought it at a discount.
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                Originally posted by nathan detroit View Post
                I hear they refuse to sign the book if they know you bought it at a discount.

                I made an autograph book once because I was going to use the signatures for scrapbooking and was going to cut it up. It is full of signatures.
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                  Originally posted by nathan detroit View Post
                  I hear they refuse to sign the book if they know you bought it at a discount.
                  If you don't buy a 50th anniversary one, and take the sticker off, how would they know?

                  Anyone else had experience with this?

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                    Originally posted by Frankly Franky View Post
                    If you don't buy a 50th anniversary one, and take the sticker off, how would they know?

                    Anyone else had experience with this?

                    I've bought plenty from the character warehouse- they're the same ones they sell in the park, but outdated. They have no way of knowing where you bought it and I don't think they care. We've never had an issue.
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                      Originally posted by stitchlvr View Post
                      I've bought plenty from the character warehouse- they're the same ones they sell in the park, but outdated. They have no way of knowing where you bought it and I don't think they care. We've never had an issue.
                      I don't think it matters, it's Disney legit and all.
                      But then again, I generally leave my autograph book somewhere. Oops! )
                      Code Lee-Oh-Co (Or Jessica, if you want)

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                        Originally posted by Frankly Franky View Post
                        If you don't buy a 50th anniversary one, and take the sticker off, how would they know?

                        Anyone else had experience with this?
                        I think they were being facetious....

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                          Round these parts we call it sarcasam...

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                            I never read typed things correctly. )
                            Code Lee-Oh-Co (Or Jessica, if you want)

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                              Originally posted by Frankly Franky View Post
                              If you don't buy a 50th anniversary one, and take the sticker off, how would they know?
                              Same way that Mickey can be in umpteen places at once - magic!
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