Swipe Card and Just Push Pay

At Rock 'n Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith, there's a bit of word play being used in reference to Aerosmith's hit songs.  Since the attractions is based on the classic rock band, Imagineers made sure to reference the band whenever they could and this week, in the coaster loading area, you'll find a reference to one of their hit songs.

Once you're sitting in the roller coaster, to your left is the parking garage cashier.  Remember, the story is you're at the "Lock 'n Roll" parking garage for the fictional G-Force Records and you're getting in the super stretch limo to get to the Aerosmith concert where you'll get your backstage passes. 

At the credit card payment kiosk, where you'd pull upand pay with a credit card is the phrase, "Swipe Card and Just Push Pay".

This is a reference to Aerosmith's hit song "Just Push Play", which came off their 13th studio album of the same name in 2001.  You can hear the song "Just Push Play" in the Rock 'n Roller Coaster courtyard music loop as well.

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