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Old 04-24-2013, 12:31 PM   #1
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Where can I buy Attraction Posters?

I would love to have one framed and put it in my office. I really like the red trolley one. I there a certain store at DCA or Disneyland where they are sold? What is the cost? Can you have them framed and shipped to your home? Thank you so much!

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Old 04-24-2013, 12:46 PM   #2
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We bought the Red Trolly one at Off the Page in DCA. We bought the print already matted and then took it to our local Aaron Brothers to get it framed during one of their sales. It is hanging on our wall now. I am sorry, I don't remember how much it was to get it framed at DCA as the frames didn't fit in with our decor.

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Old 04-24-2013, 02:49 PM   #3
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Perfect, I love it! Don't know if I could get it home without bending it. Any ideas anyone?

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Old 04-24-2013, 03:12 PM   #4
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On our last trip I purchased 2 unframed prints (POTC, Autopia) at the World of Disney store in Downtown Disney. Like you, I was worried about damaging them on the trip home so I had them shipped. Print cost and shipping fees were very reasonable to me.
Also, if I recall correctly there were about 3 different size options.
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Old 04-25-2013, 03:32 PM   #5
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i think for the little prints they charge like 7 dollars to ship them. the good part is if you live out of state and shipping it out of the state of california they dont charge you sales tax. they will ship all kinds of artwork. there is a kiosk at world of disney and at the gallery in disneyland that you can order prints out of, and they get shipped to your home. i think it takes 3 weeks to get it, but you dont have to worry bout it getting damaged. and if you ship it and it gets damaged disney replaces it for you. thats why i ship my stuff. i know the more expensive artwork costs more to ship. sometimes those cost like 50 dollars to ship cause they ship them by air and not ground. if you do ship the smaller prints tell them you want it sent ground. its alot more cheaper.
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Good info to know, I'd like to get one too. Thanks guys!
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We bought the Red Trolly one at Off the Page in DCA. We bought the print already matted and then took it to our local Aaron Brothers to get it framed during one of their sales. It is hanging on our wall now. I am sorry, I don't remember how much it was to get it framed at DCA as the frames didn't fit in with our decor.



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What I want to know is when are they EVER going to offer this up as a print?

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Old 04-25-2013, 11:26 PM   #9
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You can buy the prints an have them shipped to you (framed or unframed in canvas or just poster etc) at most of the art stores from the touch screen kiosks.

Just saw this was Disneyland. I'm not sure if Disneyland has the kiosk but at Disney World they are at every art store.
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Perfect, I love it! Don't know if I could get it home without bending it. Any ideas anyone?

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If you don't want to ship it home you could do what I do, I buy the biggest poster mailer that fits in my suitcase. I have the measurements for it and make sure I buy only posters that can be rolled up and that fit that mailer.

Then after I purchase it, I put it in the mailer and back into my suitcase it goes. I don't buy posters so much anymore but I use it for the drawings I make at the Animation Academy. I roll them up and slide them in.

It works great and I haven't had anything get damaged. Just another option for you.....
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Ive bought both the Walt Disney Heritage & Vision posters at WDW, and they both came rolled up in thick black cardboard tubes.

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does anyone know where you could get them online? preferably the bigger ones
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We bought the Red Trolly one at Off the Page in DCA. We bought the print already matted and then took it to our local Aaron Brothers to get it framed during one of their sales. It is hanging on our wall now. I am sorry, I don't remember how much it was to get it framed at DCA as the frames didn't fit in with our decor.
In the back of Ramone's (that used to be the fastpass distribution for rsr) they have matching matted attraction posters for RSR, Mater's, and Luigi's. I have those plus the Red Car one displayed on a shelf. I love them.

I got all 4 of them home undamaged in the bottom of a (hard-ish) suitcase.
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Old 01-24-2014, 05:40 AM   #14
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Update!! I did purchase an attraction poster on Ebay last month. I now have the Red Trolley poster hanging in my office. I bought an inexpensive black poster frame from Amazon, and it looks really nice. All the colors go great in the room as I have lots of burgundy and dark green, as well as yellow. The poster takes about 3 weeks from the main seller on Ebay, but was worth it. It reminds me of my trip last summer, and of course makes me super happy!

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