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    jallen is offline A-Ticket holder
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    Question Autograph Books

    Can anyone tell me how much the Autograph books cost in Disney? Are they worth it? My sons are 5 and 9 and this will be our first Disney trip.
    Thanks for any help you can give

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    When we were there last month...they were between $9-11. My kids are 10, 14 and 16 and each of them LOVE having the characters sign- defin worth it to my kids!
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    You could order them in advance as a suprise present thats an idea too, This website has lots of stuff for Disney lovers

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    My brother is down there now and I've asked him to pick up the autograph books so we have them for our June trip. I was on the fence about getting them when we were there 3 years ago, but I'm glad we did. My daughter colored and drew in hers which I wasn't thrilled about at the time but I figured it was her book, not mine

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    we get them each trip and use them for autographs of characters and fellow vacationers too! as the kids have gotten older, it's become a great lesson in geography, a contest to see how many states/countries we can get into the book, a great way for time to fly while waiting in line, and a nice way to meet other disney fans and first-timers too. people are always happy to sign the book and almost always compliment us on the idea. sometimes we go back and put pictures in of the autograph on the pages. we also have the kids sign their own books, so no matter how many we have, each book is unique. i've also heard of people taking pictures to put in the next autograph book which really gets the characters excited - to see you in a previous trip visiting with them!

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    I had an autograph book last time, which has been dismantled and made into a scrapbook, with the pictures taken of the characters whilst they were signing. If your kids are a bit shy of the characters it also helps to start the conversation.
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    we made our own out of books we got at hobby lobby.. and stickers.. much cheaper.. the book was $2 and the stickers were like $2
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    My DD thinks it is an automatic purchase, once we get off the monorail, she looks for a book, and a giant pen is a must. (we took our own pen, a clickable sharpie). Chrissy's idea is better though, more personal and a lot less expensive.
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    Those giant park pens never seem to write well when needed our last one quit on day one and we had to exchange it, that is the reason for a carry along, we got the autograph, despite the park pen.
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