Leveraging the RFID infrastructure deployed as part of MyMagic+, Walt Disney World will also accept other contactless payments, such as Google Wallet and contactless RFID credit cards. Initially, most stores, quick service restaurants, bars and ticket sales booths will be included. Any locations that use portable payment terminals, such as table service restaurants, will be added later.
To identify locations that accept Apple Pay, just look for the EMVCo symbol. It looks like a sideways Wi-Fi signal strength meter.
The Walt Disney World resort opened on October 1, 1971 and, according to Forbes, is the most visited vacation resort in the world, with an attendance of 52.5 million annually [W]. Notably, WDWMagic also reports that the Disneyland is expected to get Apple Pay in 2015 as well.
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