The map for Disneyland's Annual Passholder Churro Challenge

PHOTOS: Disneyland’s Annual Passholder Churro Challenge Is Happening Now

As part of the the PIXAR Fest festivities, Disneyland Annual Passholders can now take on the Churro Challenge. From now until June 8, 2018, Annual Passholders can purchase a special map at participating churro carts. The map’s purchase also gets you a “prize” (more on that later), which can be found at the AP Corner in Disney California Adventure.

The sign found at participating Disneyland churro stands advertising the Annual Passholder Churro Challenge
Note the placement of the Annual Passholder logo over Mike Wazowski’s face. Nice touch!

As noted in the sign shown above, the participating stands are:

  • Coco Churro, a spiced cocoa treat – at Frontierland Churro Cart
  • Kevin’s Churro, a fruity lemon delight – at Town Square Churro Cart, Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Presto Rabbit Churro, a carrot cake lover’s dream – at New Orleans Square Churro Cart
  • Ants on a Log Churro, a donut-iced cocoa cereal concoction – at “a bug’s land” Churro Cart

The map for Disneyland's Annual Passholder Churro Challenge

You still have to pay for each churro in the Churro Challenge, which is probably why just purchasing the map entitles you to the prize: an exclusive button.

Comparing the size of the Disneyland Annual Passholder Churro Challenge prize button to a standard Disneyland button

The button on the right, reading “I completed the AP Churro Challenge – PIXAR Fest,” is your reward for redeeming your map at the AP Corner (don’t worry – you still get to keep your map). As you can see, it is a bit larger that the ones typically available at the parks, such as the one shown on the left.

Comparing the size of the Disneyland Annual Passholder Churro Challenge prize button to a Starbucks Grande Ice Tea

And just for fun, here is the button compared to the size of a Starbucks Grande Ice Tea.

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Edmund
Edmund
2 years ago

$5 for a map and a pin. Seems expensive when DL is getting all the benefits (increased churro sales).