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Should I leave my hotel without it?

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  • Should I leave my hotel without it?

    In preparing for my trip in November to TDR, stumbled across this SITE that stated the parks only accept Japan Commerce Bank Credit Card. I also noticed that the site was last revised 01/16/01 so it may have changed.

    Would anyone be willing to share if this has changed since 2001?

    Thanks!

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    I found the answer to my question. :o

    Here is the answer!

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    • #3
      They take most major cards..Visa, MC, Diner's Club, AmEx and few others. You should have no problem using your cards.

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      • #4
        Some bank ATMs around town will not work with your usual ATM card or AMEX. The Postal ATM always worked well. There is one at Ikspiari across from TDL.
        The parks have bank ATMs that work well.

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        • #5
          Miracosta and Ambassador Hotels also have teller machines that will dispense cash with your debit card. While in Japan, I always get my cash from the Citibank teller machines at the airports or in several (far and few in between) areas of the city. I suggest that as soon as you arrive and exit customs, head for the Citibank machine and get enough cash to sustain you for several days.

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