The disney card reader has been discontinued from all of its stores in the United States.
The card reader, which allows consumers to pay with a debit card or credit card at participating stores, has been retired from the US.
It was announced at the end of last month that the card reader will no longer be used by retailers as of March 31, 2018.
At the time, the card readers were sold at more than 200,000 locations across the US, including about 50 stores in Florida.
Disney says the card system was removed because the company found it did not provide customers with “good customer service.”
“The card technology is not currently suitable for the average consumer,” the company wrote on its website.
“The experience of many consumers with this product has been poor and our intent was to give consumers the choice of a different, better card product.
The card reader was discontinued as a result of our decision to discontinue the card technology.”
Disneys card reader is the first to be discontinued as part of a nationwide rollout that will include more than 5,000 outlets nationwide by the end