Whether a trip to Disneyland is a once-in-a-lifetime event or an annual occurrence, it is always a magical experience. And part of making that experience as wonderful as possible is being prepared with the right things to pack for your Disneyland vacation. This Disneyland packing list can be printed off to help make sure you don’t forget anything important.
In addition to the obvious items like clothes and toiletries, there are a few other things that can make your trip more enjoyable. For example, an autograph book is a great way to get the signatures of all your favorite Disney characters.
Below you’ll find a list of necessary things to bring to Disneyland, including both the obvious and the not-so-obvious to help make your stay or visit to the Happiest Place on Earth even more magical. This post contains affiliate links; I may earn a commission if you purchase from my links.
Planning Your Disneyland Resort Trip
There are a few things you’ll want to take into account as you’re planning your Disneyland trip. Meals, hotel reservations, and park tickets are, of course, at the top of the list. But what should you pack to make your days as comfortable and fun as possible?
Disneyland has three on-site hotels: Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, the Disneyland Hotel, and Paradise Pier Hotel. All three are conveniently located within walking distance of the parks and offer a variety of room types and rates to fit any budget.
If you’re staying off-site, there are plenty of other hotels in the area to choose from. Just be sure to check the location in relation to the parks and whether or not transportation is provided.
Disneyland Resort is located in Anaheim, California, about 30 miles southeast of Los Angeles.
If you’re flying into the area, the closest airport is John Wayne Airport (SNA), located about 12 miles from the resort. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is about 35 miles away. Long Beach Airport (LGB) is located about 25 miles away. Traffic can be an issue in the region, so try to avoid arriving/leaving during rush hour.
You’ll need to rent a car or schedule a ride service such as Uber or Lyft to get from the airport to your hotel. There are also shuttle services such as Karmel and Lansky.
If you’re driving to the resort, there are several parking options available. If you’re staying at one of the on-property Disney resorts, there are parking options at the hotels. There are also many off-property hotels that offer parking.
Disneyland Resort also has two parking structures, Mickey and Friends and Pixar Pals Parking is located nearest to Disneyland. The Toy Story parking lot is located on the corner of S Harbor Blvd and W Katella Ave. These lots are available for daily parking, overnight parking is not allowed.
Disneyland Theme Parks
Park days, of course, can be long, so you’ll want to be sure you’re prepared for that. You’ll also want to consider the weather and any special events or character meet-and-greets you might want to experience while you’re there.
First, decide which theme parks you’ll be visiting, there are two: Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. You should definitely plan to visit both! The parks are very close to each other but you have to have a park hopper ticket to be able to visit both parks on the same day.
Also, park reservations are currently required for entry, meaning you have to choose your starting park for each day of your trip in advance.
Second, think about how long you’ll be spending at the parks each day. A full day is a good idea if you want to experience all the parks have to offer and are only visiting for a day or two. If you’re visiting longer, you can plan for mid-day breaks and visit each park for two or more days each.
Third, take the weather into account. The average high in Anaheim in July is about 85 degrees Fahrenheit (29 degrees Celsius) with lows around 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius). December averages highs of 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius) with lows around 46 degrees Fahrenheit (8 degrees Celcius).
There are countless dining options available at Disneyland Resort, from quick-service counter service restaurants to full-service table service restaurants. There are also a variety of snacks and treats available throughout the parks.
Downtown Disney District has more than 30 places to eat, drink, and shop, including the popular Black Tap Burgers & Brews, Tortilla Jo’s, and Uva Bar & Cafe. For table-service restaurants in Downtown Disney and in the theme parks, reservations are highly recommended.
You may be able to score a table if you walk up but likely only during off-dining times and you’ll probably spend part of your park time waiting for the table. Quick-service dining in the parks can have long lines during peak-dining times, however, mobile ordering in advance can help you save some time.
Whether you’re eating in the parks or elsewhere, you’ll want to pack snacks to keep you going, of course Disneyland offers some pretty fabulous snacks like dole whips, churros, and popcorn! A refillable water bottle is a must to stay hydrated, especially in the warmer months.
The Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Disneyland Resort is typically during the fall and winter months, when the weather is cooler and there are fewer crowds. Of course, avoiding the holiday times during those seasons. There are many crowd calendars available online that can help you plan your trip around the least crowded days.
Although I’ll mention that the days of low crowds are few and far between. Disneyland executives have done a great job of filling in the slow times with events to help fill the parks. And beyond special events, Disneyland has a very large fanbase of local visitors who have annual passes and come multiple days a week.
When planning your trip, take a look at the crowd levels for the parks, park hours, and any special events that might be taking place during your trip. Limited park hours might be an indicator that the parks are expecting low crowds.
One additional caveat about searching for the best time to visit Disneyland is that when the parks might be expecting low crowds is also often when refurbishments happen on many of the rides. Water rides are often refurbished in the winter months during cooler temps.
Throughout the year, Disneyland Resort hosts a variety of special events, from Halloween to Winter Holidays (Christmas) and many more. If you’re planning a trip during one of these events, be sure to pack accordingly. For example, if you’re visiting during the Halloween season, you might want to pack a costume if you’re going to the Oogie Boogie Bash Party.
If you’re visiting during the holidays, you’ll want to be sure to check out the festive decorations and events taking place throughout the parks.
From late November through early January, both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park are transformed into a winter wonderland with special holiday events and attractions. Disneyland has also become more inclusive and they try to promote many holiday celebrations, not just Christmas.
During the spring, the Disneyland Food and Wine Festival is especially fun to attend for adults.
What to Pack: Disneyland Packing List
Now that you’ve planned your trip, it’s time to start packing! Of course, every family is different and will have different needs when it comes to packing for Disneyland. But there are some items that are essential for everyone, no matter what else you might be bringing along.
Clothes to Pack for Disneyland
- Undergarments & Socks
- Swim Cover Up
- Packable Jacket
- Exercise Gear
- Accessories (belts, jewelry…)
- Walking / Tennis Shoes
- Flip Flops / Sandals
- Sun Hat / Ball Cap
- Laundry Bag
Toiletries to Bring to Disneyland
- Toothbrush & Toothpaste
- Shampoo / Conditioner
- Body Lotion
- Brush / Comb
- Hairstyling Equipment
- Facial Care
- Shaving Supplies
- Contacts / Eyeglasses
- Nail Clippers / File
- Medications (pain relievers, allergy meds, Pepto)
- Female Hygiene
- Moleskin (useful for blisters or shoes that rub wrong)
- Aloe Vera
- Stain / Wrinkle Remover
- Foot Lotion (feels great after long days of walking)
- Anti-Chafing Stick / Powder
Disneyland Park Bag Essentials
- Day Bag
- Disneyland Park Tickets / MagicBand+
- Wallet: Cash / Credit Card / Gift Cards / ID
- Water Bottle
- Hand Wipes / Sanitizer
- Tissue Pack (i.e. Kleenex)
- Gum / Mints
- Battery Charging Pack (FuelRods can be swapped in the parks)
- Band-Aids & Pain Reliever
- Lip Balm
- Mini Brush / Hair Ties
- Mini Fan / Cooling Towel
- Ziploc Bags
- Lanyard & Pins
- Autograph Book & Pen
- Pennies & Quarters
- Extra Socks / Sandals
- Motion Sickness Meds (I use Dramamine Less Drowsy, Ginger Candies, and my Reliefband)
Essentials to Pack for Disneyland
First and foremost, you’ll need tickets to get into the parks! I highly recommend buying your tickets in advance. You can buy them at a discount through my partners at Get Away Today or directly online from Disneyland. Don’t wait to buy them on the day of as you’ll spend more and waste time waiting in line.
Next, you’ll want to make sure you have a form of payment that will be accepted in the parks. A credit or debit card is always a good idea, but you can also purchase a Disney Gift Card to use for expenses throughout your trip. If you have a Target RedCard, you can buy Disney Gift Cards and get 5% off.
Speaking of expenses, another essential item to pack is a small backpack or fanny pack to carry your essentials. This will come in handy for carrying your wallet, phone, sunscreen, and any other items you might need throughout the day (check my list above). Loungefly bags are popular for Disney fans, and crossbody bags work well for easily storing on rides.
You’ll also want to make sure you have a good pair of walking shoes, preferably two, because you’ll be doing a lot of walking while you’re at the parks! And if you’re visiting during the summer months, be sure to pack light clothing that will help you stay cool.
Thankfully the humidity is lower than in Florida and there are fewer afternoon thunderstorms, so wet shoes aren’t as common unless you hit the water rides like Splash Mountain or Grizzly River Rapids. Some people like to pack a pair of flip-flops for putting on for water rides, or at least pack an extra pair of socks to switch out after a water ride.
Switching shoes at the end of the long day or alternating which ones you wear to the parks can make a big difference for your tired feet. You can also bring some peppermint foot lotion to use at night.
If you have young children in your party, you might want to consider bringing along some essentials for them as well. Diapers, wipes, and a change of clothes are always good to have on hand, just in case. And if your children are potty-trained, you might want to pack a small bag with extra clothes and shoes in case they get wet or dirty.
Of course, no matter what time of year you visit, it’s always a good idea to bring along a reusable water bottle. Disneyland has many water fountains located throughout the parks, so you can easily fill up your bottle to stay hydrated throughout the day.
Pack for the Weather
What clothes you pack for Disneyland will vary based on the time of year you visit Disneyland. The temperatures will vary depending on the season.
If you’re visiting during the summer months, be sure to pack light, cool clothing and plenty of sunscreen. Hats and sunglasses are also a good idea to keep the sun out of your eyes. Sunscreen is a must no matter what time of year you visit, but it’s especially important during the summer. Many people like to bring cooling towels or neck fans to help beat the heat.
You might want to plan on taking mid-day breaks and having a few extra changes of clothes for the summer months as you may feel sweaty and gross and want to change before heading back into the parks for the night.
If you’re visiting during the winter months, you’ll want to pack layers and clothing that will keep you warm. Jackets, hats, and gloves are all good options, but a heavy coat might be a good option too if you plan on staying in the parks late at night.
Spring and Fall visitors will want to pack layers to accommodate the cooler temperatures in the morning and evening, but warm clothing for during the day when it tends to be sunnier and warmer. The high temperature might be in the 60s F, so you’ll want a short-sleeve top, but then you’ll need a jacket or coat for the early mornings and late nights.
No matter what time of year you visit, it’s always a good idea to check the weather forecast in advance so you know what to expect and can pack accordingly.
Things to Bring in Your Disneyland Park Bag
Beyond the essentials I listed above, here are the things to bring to Disneyland that will make your trip more enjoyable. Some of these are essentials, while others are extra ideas.
Your phone is an important part of a Disneyland vacation these days. Most of your tickets and reservations will be managed via the Disneyland app. You’ll also use your phone for mobile ordering food and for checking wait times and reserving Genie+ Lightning Lane times.
A phone also serves as a camera for most of us. It’s the easiest way to quickly snap photos of your trip and especially if you’re meeting characters.
Most of the character greeting areas will have a PhotoPass photographer on hand who can take your picture, but you will need to pay for the PhotoPass service to access these images or buy them individually. If you buy Genie+, you get PhotoPass with your Genie+ cost at Disneyland.
Park Tickets / MagicBand+
It’s obvious that you’ll need to bring your park tickets to enter the parks. Tickets can be purchased on-site, but you’ll save time and money by buying in advance. You can buy discounted multi-day tickets from my partners at Get Away Today. You can also buy tickets directly from Disneyland’s website although they cost more.
The best way to “store” your advance purchase tickets is to load the ticket numbers into your Disneyland app. You’ll be able to assign the ticket to a person in your party. And you’ll need to make park reservations for your dates with your tickets in order to enter the parks. That’s another reason to avoid waiting to buy tickets at the gate.
Cash / Credit Cards / Gift Cards / ID
Don’t forget to bring along your wallet with your cash and cards, including any Disney Gift Cards you may have. If you plan to drink in the parks, be sure to have your ID handy for proof of age.
I will note that almost all Disneyland stores & restaurants have tap-to-pay, so if you use Apple or Google Pay on your phone, you’ll likely be able to use those in the parks. However, it’s a good idea to have a backup just in case!
Sunscreen / Sunglasses / Hat
Be sure to pack some sunscreen, getting a sunburn is no way to enjoy a vacation! You also might want to bring a pair of sunglasses and maybe even a hat. Just keep in mind that you’ll likely need to take the items off for some rides.
Autograph Book & Pen
One of the best things about visiting Disneyland is getting the chance to meet some of your favorite Disney characters! If you’re planning on getting autographs, be sure to pack an autograph book and a pen. Many love to bring retractable Sharpies, but have a ballpoint pen as well as some characters won’t use Sharpies.
You can usually find autograph books at the parks, but it’s a good idea to bring one in advance in case you see a character right away. You can buy autograph books on Amazon or handmade ones on Etsy. Another fun idea is a Disney character book for characters to sign on their page.
Phone Battery Charging Pack
As I mentioned above, your phone gets used a lot at Disneyland. That means you might risk running low on battery, so bringing a charging pack can be a great idea.
FuelRod chargers are available around the Disney parks and make it easy to swap out for a fresh one whenever you need. The FuelRods cost $30 in the parks, but you can buy them in advance on Amazon for much less.
Lanyard & Trading Pins
When Disneyland used to use paper tickets to get FastPass returns, having a lanyard with a pouch became a priority for keeping your paper ticket nice and handy. Now phones are used most of the time, however, some still like to use a lanyard.
Disneyland has referenced that they might start phasing paper tickets out, so soon lanyards may be just a way for people to show off their Disney trading pins.
If you or your kids like Disney collectibles, trading pins can be a great gift and addition to your vacation. You can start with a small set from shopDisney or amazon, or buy one of the starter sets at a park store, then trade cast members for other pins you like better.
Some buy Disney pin lots off eBay and amazon, but there have been a lot of warnings and discussion about those pins not being authentic, so use your own discretion.
With all of the people you’ll be around while you’re at the parks, it’s a good idea to keep your hands clean. Pack a small bottle of hand sanitizer so you can use it before you eat and after you’ve been shaking hands with characters. Baby/hand wipes come in handy for wiping hands and faces before and after eating.
If you’re on a budget and trying to save money, packing your own snacks can be a great way to do that. There are many places throughout the parks where you can find snacks, but they can be expensive.
If you’re looking for something quick and easy, granola bars or fruit bars are always good options. Or if you want something a little more substantial, you can pack things like sandwiches or wraps. Just be sure to avoid anything that needs to be refrigerated.
And if you’re looking for a sweet treat, you can always bring along some of your favorite candy. Just be sure not to bring anything that melts easily in the heat. You might also want to bring some mints and/or gum to help refresh your breath throughout the day.
If you’re visiting Disneyland at night, glow sticks are always a good idea. You can find themed glow necklaces in the park, but they’re so much cheaper if you buy them in advance.
Glow sticks are a great way to keep track of your kids in the dark and they also make for some fun photos. Disneyland especially gets quite dark at night, so having a few glow sticks on hand to keep your party together can be a lifesaver. Light-up wands are also very popular and you can buy them in advance at shopDisney.
Fanny Pack / Day Bag
A bag is always a good idea when you’re visiting Disneyland. And a fanny pack is a great way to keep your essentials close to you without having to carry a purse or backpack around. Plus, it frees up your hands so you can better enjoy the rides and attractions. A crossbody bag is also a great option.
I personally love using my Disney Loungefly backpack, but I will admit that taking it on and off for rides is a little annoying. Fanny packs and crossbody bags let you avoid that, but they also have less room for extra stuff.
Reusable Water Bottle
With all of the walking you’ll be doing, it’s important to stay hydrated. A reusable water bottle is a great way to do that and it will also save you money since you won’t have to buy bottled water in the park. Although it’s good to know that cups of ice water are free at all restaurants, but you’ll have to wait in line to get one!
Try to fill up your water bottle before you enter the park, many hotels have filling stations. There are also water bottle-fill stations around the parks, just search for bottle-filling stations in the Disneyland app. They’re linked with drinking fountains so make sure to choose a location that lists a bottle-filling station in addition to the drinking fountain.
Also, keep in mind how you’ll carry your bottle around. If you’re using a small bag, that might be a problem and perhaps you’d rather stay hydrated another way. Or you can consider using a water bottle carrier strap. Just make sure you are making it a priority to stay hydrated, especially on hot days!
Band-Aids / Moleskin / Medicine
It’s possible that your shoes might rub wrong or your feet might get a sore spot from all the walking you’ll do in the parks. Packing some band-aids or moleskin can help you deal with any sores that might happen.
Keep in mind that there are first-aid centers in the Disney parks and you can go there to get some basic medical supplies, like band-aids, if needed.
You should also be sure to pack some pain relievers in case you develop a headache or body aches. Pepto-Bismol can also be good to have on hand. You’ve paid a lot of money for your trip, don’t let physical discomfort keep you from enjoying your day.
Don’t forget to bring motion sickness medicine if you’re someone who struggles with that. It can really help you enjoy the rides! I use Dramamine Less Drowsy, Ginger Candies, and my Reliefband bracelet.
This is fairly self-explanatory, but especially on hot days, re-applying your deodorant could make you feel better and keep your line-waiting neighbors happy, too!
Hairbrush / Ties
If you have long hair, a hairbrush is a great thing to bring to the parks. Your hair will become tangled during the day, especially if you’re riding roller coasters.
Pretty self-explanatory, your lips might get dry and chapped being outside and on rides. Pack a simple lip balm, preferably one with some SPF protection.
Poncho / Socks / Sandals / Ziploc Bag
If you plan on going on water rides, there are a few extra things to bring to Disneyland. If you don’t like the idea of being soaked and waiting for your clothes to dry in the air, packing a poncho can be useful. It’s also useful in case you have rain forecasted on your trip.
You might also want to bring along an extra pair of socks to switch if your shoes get soaked. Or even better, pack along a pair of sandals. You can rent a locker all day at the parks so you could drop off some of these items if you don’t want to carry them around.
Lastly, you might want to bring a couple of ziploc bags for storing your wallet or phone in to protect them on water rides or rain showers.
Cooling Fan / Towel
If you’re traveling during the hot summer, bringing a cooling towel and/or neck fan can help you survive the hot summer park days!
Helpful Disneyland Tips
Now that you know what to pack for Disneyland, you’ll want to make sure you’re prepared for your trip. Here are a few helpful tips to make your Disneyland experience the best it can be:
The parks tend to get very crowded, so arriving early is always a good idea. That way you can avoid the crowds and enjoy the rides and attractions before they get too busy.
Consider a park hopper ticket
If you’re planning on visiting both Disneyland and California Adventure, be sure to get a park hopper ticket. That way you can hop between the two parks as much as you want. The parks are very close together and it’s easy to move between both parks.
This is especially useful if you’re staying at the Disneyland Grand Californian Hotel, as you can catch an attraction or two when you head back to the hotel via the private California Adventure entrance after starting at Disneyland Park.
Although I will say that a park hopper is an added expense and not necessary. I find it works especially well for groups with adults and older kids/teen travelers as they can cover more ground and attractions typically than a family with young kids.
Wear comfortable shoes
You’ll be doing a lot of walking, so wearing comfortable shoes is a must. There’s nothing worse than having sore feet at the end of the day. Disneyland is not the time to try out a brand-new pair of shoes.
Make sure you bring a couple of options as even your favorite pair of shoes can start to bother you after hours of walking. I like to pack at least two trusted pairs.
With all the walking and standing, you’ll want to make sure you take breaks throughout the day. Whether it’s sitting down for a quick lunch or resting in your hotel room for a bit, taking breaks will help you avoid getting too tired.
Of course, plenty of people have done Disney all day, but it’s not my recommended method. I like to hit the parks early for rope drop, then take an afternoon break after lunch, and head back to the parks in the evenings.
Make sure you drink plenty of water throughout the day. It’s easy to get dehydrated in the heat, so keeping yourself hydrated will help you avoid getting sick.
Plan your trip in advance
Planning ahead is always a good idea when visiting Disneyland. While I don’t think Disneyland requires nearly the amount of planning that Disney World does, you do need to work through a few things in advance.
Especially with the requirements for park reservations, you’ll want to get your dates and park days figured out fairly early. I don’t stress about dining as much as I find quick-service meals and mobile ordering to fit my family best.
If you have any desire for some of the specialty souvenirs or attending party events, those will have to be planned out in advance as tickets and reservations will fill up very fast.
Download the Disneyland app
The Disneyland app is a great way to plan your trip and keep track of wait times for rides and attractions. Plus, you can use it to find character meet and greets, dining options, and more. It’s also the preferred method of storing your park tickets and how you’ll use Lightning Lanes.
Genie+ is a paid add-on that allows you to book a reservation for an attraction in advance. You’ll be able to book a return time and then use the Lightning Lanes for a shorter wait time.
Genie+ can add up fast, it varies in price if buying the day of, but is $25 per person per day when purchased in advance. It also does not include every attraction, and a few of the premium attractions cost a separate fee for the Lightning Lane reservations.
Utilize child swap
If you have small children, be sure to take advantage of the child swap service. This allows one adult to wait with the young child while the other adult and child(ren) rides the attraction. Then, the adults can switch and the other adult can ride again with the older child(ren) without having to wait in line again.
Visit during the week
The parks tend to be less crowded during the week, so visiting then is a good idea if you want to avoid crowds.
However, I say this with a caveat because Disneyland has started to be busy all the time. And, with a large number of local annual passholders, even the weekdays can see large visitor numbers, especially during special holidays and events.
Know the park hours
Be sure to check the park hours in advance so you know when the parks are open. That way you can plan your day accordingly. Sometimes the parks close early for special events, so you want to know that in advance when making your plans.
Check for discounts
There are discounts available for Disneyland tickets, and my partners at Get Away Today have some amazing package deals for local hotels. Be sure to use my link and mention ‘Stuffed Suitcase’ when you book to get an extra $10 off your 2+ day vacation package!
These are just a few of the many things you’ll want to keep in mind when planning your trip to Disneyland!
FAQ About Things to Pack for Disneyland
Can you bring food into Disneyland?
Yes, you can bring food into Disneyland.
There are some restrictions: you can’t bring alcohol into the parks, no glass containers, no large coolers (must be smaller than 24″L x 15″W x 18″H), and no loose ice or dry ice. Re-useable ice packs are allowed.
Can you bring water into Disneyland?
Yes, you can bring water bottles into Disneyland.
Can you bring a backpack into Disneyland?
Yes, you can bring backpacks. They will be inspected at security and you’ll walk through a metal detector. They cannot be larger than 24″L x 15″W x 18″H).
Can you bring vapes into Disneyland?
Smoking is prohibited at the Disneyland Resort except in a few specific areas around the resort. Vapes can be used in these specified areas, however, smoking marijuana or other illegal substances is NOT permitted at any time.
Things You CAN’T Bring into Disneyland
There are prohibited items, so don’t try to bring any of these into the parks.
- Firearms, ammunition, knives, and weapons of any kind.
- Self-defense or restraining devices (e.g., pepper spray, mace).
- Marijuana (including marijuana-enriched products) or any illegal substance.
- Objects or toys that appear to be firearms or weapons.
- Fireworks or other similarly explosive and/or flammable objects, smoke machines, or fog machines.
- Alcoholic beverages, except in the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort. Wine may be brought into the Downtown Disney District to be consumed at select table service restaurants only, corkage fees apply.
- Glass containers (excluding small containers such as baby food jars), except in the Disney Resort hotels.
- Horns, whistles, large megaphones, or artificial noise makers.
- Recreational devices such as drones, remote-control toys, skateboards, scooters, inline skates, bicycles, or shoes with built-in wheels.
- Strollers that are greater than 31″ in width and 52″ in length.
- Wagons, including stroller wagons.
- Any trailer-like object that is pushed, pulled or towed by an Electric Conveyance Vehicle, wheelchair, stroller, or person.
- Wheeled mobility devices with less than 3 wheels or devices that cannot maintain stability and balance when stopped, unpowered, and/or unoccupied. Training wheels and/or modifications are not permitted. Devices must be manually or electrically powered and operated at a walking pace. Devices should be single rider and not exceed 36″ in width and 52″ in length.
- Suitcases, bags, coolers, or backpacks, with or without wheels, larger than 24″ long x 15″ wide x 18″ high are not allowed in any theme park. Loose or dry ice is not permitted in these containers. Re-usable ice packs are recommended.
- Folding chairs are not allowed in any theme park or the Downtown Disney District.
- Selfie sticks, hand-held extension poles for cameras or mobile devices, flags, and banners are not allowed in any theme park.
- Tripods or monopod stands that cannot fit inside a standard backpack or that extend over 6’ (182 cm) are not allowed in any theme park.
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