[QUOTE=asp8tis;1073271]I’m bummed to hear this, too. I always made my kids earn them (one dollar at a time) in the months leading up to the trip. It was exciting to them to be awarded the dollars at the end of each week and they’d keep them all in the envelopes that you received when you bought them. I guess we’ll have to keep track on paper and then I can get them each a gift card. The problem with that is that I liked the ability to have them take just a few of their dollars with them each day so that they wouldn’t risk losing all of their $. My 12 yo DS is a disorganized mess and he can’t keep track of anything. He lost a wallet that he took on his Boy Scout camp-out last weekend, so it would make me nervous to have him walking around with a gift card that contains all of his spending money. I suppose it’s possible to get the $ on a gift card from the Disney Store prior to leaving, but then use the gift card to buy the actual Disney Dollars when we get there, right?[/QUOTE]
I know someone like that, but a whole lot older. :blink: Why not just give them cash. I know it’s not as much fun, but then you can give them just so much each day as you were going to do with the disney money.