There are a lot of updates this month, so I’ll just rattle them off quickly.
The 2017 coins have been in place since the first week, but machines have been out of order so it is difficult to build complete sets. During my visit, three machines (out of 15 with dated designs) were broken.
A new 4-die machine was installed at the walkway outside the World of Disney Store with new designs. They are available for sale on my website.
The two machines at Verandah Breezeway connecting Frontierland with Adventureland were removed in December. The Adventureland designs came back in January. The change machine also returned. The Island Supply machine with Lion King designs did not return.
There are no longer change machines at the Tomorrowland Power & Light location; the arcade has closed. The penny, dime and quarter machines are still there.
The 8-die Toy Story machine in Tomorrowland is located inside the photo pickup area of the Buzz Lightyear ride. The 4-die machine at the Buzz Lightyear kiosk has returned.
Innoventions once again has machines in both the East and West buildings.
The official maps don’t show this, but the 4-die Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster machine in the courtyard is still at that location.
The Tower of Terror courtyard machine (4 dies) continues to roll short for copper pennies. One contributor to my Facebook page reports that he had better luck with zinc coins.
Although Pizza Planet once housed numerous penny presses, its replacement PizzeRizzo has none.
The Celebrity 5 & 10 machine is inaccessible during renovations of the neighboring photo shop.
The price of penny books has gone up to $11.99. The new design and the Tinkerbell design are both available at most locations.
The two Wreck-It Ralph machines have been moved from inside Disney Quest to the store.
The machine outside Pioneer Hall at Fort Wilderness was not found on my mid-January visit, and cast members did not know what happened to it.