The list of all Disneyland Resort Penny Press Locations including nearby independently owned "Disney Themed" machines.
A condensed single page listing of the latest ParkPennies.com data, updated often.
May be viewed via any device with internet access and printed on a single page by most any printer. Free and worth twice as much! :-)
No images, sorting, just the facts in "Old School" formats...
Available in easy to printout PDF, easy to view Web page, and easy to customize EXCEL.
An excellent, free Disneyland penny press locations Win 8 app for all devices running the new Win 8 operating system. Based on the latest ParkPennies.com data base with images, sorting, search, locations map, collection listing options and many additional handy features designed for elongated coin collectors. A professional app free from the Windows App Store. Read more about this free app at the Windows App Store or FaceBook.
What does it cost to press pennies at Disneyland? The cost to press a penny at Disneyland is possibly one of the best souvenir bargains at the park... Most all Disneyland stretched pennies cost only 50 cents plus the penny to be squished; pressed nickels cost 75 cents plus the nickel to be smushed; pressed dimes cost 75 cents plus the dime to be smashed; smashed quarters are usually 75 cents or $1.00 plus the quarter that is flattened before your eyes. And there are over 50 Disney smashed penny machine locations waiting for you at the resort! The Penny Press Machine Location Checklist will help find them today and the Pressed Penny Collection Guides will help you organize them over the years. Happy Collecting from Boomer and the folks at ParkPennies.com
What will I need to use the Disney penny presses? Usually, just three common United States coins, one cent coin also called a penny coin to press and two 25 cent coins also called quarter coins to pay for pressing. You can usually exchange one US $1.00 for 100 cents or 4 quarters at most retail stores or shops. That makes the total cost for one pressed penny, one penny and two quarters or slightly more than one half of one US dollar, 51 cents. Pressed pennies are very inexpensive souvenirs!
Note: There are two common types of "Pennies" also known as US cents. If the penny / cent coin is dated before 1982 it is most likely solid copper, newer coins are copper plated zinc. Either type will work. However many collectors prefer to use solid copper pennies / cents which have dates before 1982.
The Official Disneyland® Resort Coin Press Collectibles Sheet Clicking these links will open a new window and take you to the Disney web sites. If you really want to go there?
Past Locations of Now RETIRED 50th Anniversary, Magical Milestones Penny Machines (For collectors of the Magical Milestones Series, which is now retired) This checklist has just 50th Anniversary Souvenir Penny Press Locations (PDF). 1 page.
Fine Print. Sorted by year and also by location! One page has all 51 of the 50th Anniversary, Magical Milestones pressed pennies or elongated coins. These 51 coins are vended from 17 different machines located all over the Disneyland Resort. The coins are listed separately by location in one section and also by Magical Milestones year in the other section. Makes the coins you are looking for easy to find! You may cut this page into two small, pocket-sized lists. Hide the list in your pocket and amaze the other guests with your knowledge of Disneyland trivia! (It will be our secret. ) Great for collectors that can read fine print. (Oh how I envy you!) For larger print, please use the HTML file below.
Just 50th Anniversary, Magical Milestones Pressed Pennies (HTML)
Large Print. The best 50th Magical Milestones machine location list. Large print with Magical Milestones pressed pennies and machines listed by both location and by Magical Milestones year. Feel free to "hot link" this often updated page to your web site or desk top so you will have the latest copy.
ParkPennies Pressed Penny Machine Guides Current and retired customizable listings of all Disneyland elongated coins
"Just The Facts" for use as "want lists", "trade lists", "Collection Checklists".
Editor's note: We are often reminded that the preferred numismatic term is "Elongated Coins". However, as the rebellious, risk taking, devil may care ParkPennies.com contributors that we are, temptation often gets the better of us. As a result, you may see the more casual, fun terms like: pressed pennies, pressed nickels, pressed dimes, pressed quarters, smashed pennies, flattened pennies, crushed pennies, squashed pennies, rolled pennies, mashed pennies, stamped pennies, smushed pennies, stretched pennies, memory pennies, keepsake pennies, flattened pennies, and souvenir coin medallions to describe these fun pressed coin souvenirs. :-)