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Updated Disneyland Bingo Card!

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Since I found that two of the tasks on my Disneyland Bingo card were not possible to accomplish while I was on my trip, I have replaced those tasks with new ones that will hopefully be both fun and possible. If you’re keeping score at home, “Dinosaur Eggs in Tomorrowland” has been replaced with “See World of Color,” and “Echo Spot in Tomorrowland” has been replaced with “Ride a Red Car.” Both replacement tasks are indeed things that I did while I was in Anaheim. As one reader has pointed out, a high percentage of these tasks are specific to the original Disneyland park. Eleven of them are possible to complete outside of that park, but there are now three that absolutely must be done somewhere else. If you decide to try this out, feel free to report back on your experience and be sure to have fun!

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Posted on July 18, 2015, in theme parks, travel and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. World of Color is in Disney’s California Adventure, Not Disneyland (Though they are next door to each other) I know it’s not a big deal, but you’d need to go to another park to cross off one of the squares. I’d suggest replacing it with “See Fantasmic” which is in the Disneyland park and can be seen from most anywhere along the New Orleans Square/Tome Sawyer island river bank

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    • daffystardust

      For the purposes of this game, “Disneyland” refers to the entire resort. It is commonly referred to as DLR (Disneyland Resort) and includes not just the original Disneyland park, but also California Adventure, Downtown Disney, and the Disney hotel resorts right there in Anaheim.

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      • I get that as I live in southern California, and just about everyone in my family are Disney fanatics. I only raised the point because if someone really wanted that square it would require a separate ticket, while everything else on the list can be done in the Disneyland Park.

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        • daffystardust

          You would also have to walk over to the Disneyland Hotel.

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        • I think that most people that would go to the trouble of trying to fill out a Disneyland bingo card would be serious enough fans to go to both parks anyway.

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