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  • On Jan 19, 2020
    Jennifer from ME Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We have half dozen old Magic Bands that we no longer use. Can they be recycled and are there instructions on how to do this?

    Hiya, Jennifer!

    Many warms welcomes from the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    After looking at the dust collecting on my collection of old MagicBands, I recently had this very question come to my mind!

    There is a way to recycle your old MagicBands. On your next vacation to The Most Magical Place on Earth, pack your collection of MagicBands and take them to the Front Desk of your Walt Disney World Resort hotel. They will take them and properly recycle them! It’s really simple! You can check out what my friend, Carrie, says about recycling MagicBands too! 

    You are so amazing to be thinking about how you can recycle! I know Mickey Mouse would say, “Thank you, Jennifer!”

    I hope you have a magical day! Give a little whistle to the Disney Parks Moms Panel with any additional questions.

    TTFN: Ta-ta for now!

    Allyn
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Meet the Panelist: Allyn, Wyoming

Howdy Partners, I'm Allyn! My home has been, and will always be, the Walt Disney World Resort. But, when I'm not "home," I live in the heart of Wyoming. I'm living my fairy tale as a professional fine jewelry designer, fitness instructor, wife, and an extreme Disney enthusiast! Dreams do come true, and I cannot wait to share all of my magical Main Street, U.S.A smarts with you! Learn More About Allyn

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