The Downtown Disney District has put in a lot of health and safety measures since its initial reopening back in the summer. Now, the area is implementing more ways for Guests to make safe and contactless transactions.
As dining options are still on hold due to California’s stay-at-home order, the Downtown Disney District is offering more retail shops for Guests. Buena Vista Street recently just added Off the Page and Gone Hollywood retail locations for Guests visiting the area. As for dining, Guests can still order many of their favorite eats, but these meals will have to be consumed off of property while the order is in place.
As we have learned from @paulsthemeparkadventures on Instagram, the Disneyland Resort will be implementing some new health and safety protocol when it comes to transactions. Recently added to the front of Marceline’s Confectionary, is a new standalone register just for contactless purchasing. What’s great about this is that you don’t have to wait in a line inside the Downtown Disney confectionary and you can get your sweet fix in a quick, safe, and easy way! Check out this new set up below.
If this point of sale method is successful, there is a good chance we can see more of these registers located not only throughout Downtown Disney but possibly in Buena Vista Street — perhaps at a location like Trolley Treats. We can see this working throughout the resort but especially with grab-and-go items. We can even see this as a more permanent staple in the future when more of the resort continues to reopen.
What do you think of Disneyland Resort’s new method of safe and contactless transactions? Let us know in the comments!