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NEW Vending Machine Pops Up at Orlando Airport

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The Orlando International Airport just welcomed another unique vending machine! Read on to see where it is at and what you can buy from it.

My (Rebecca) family and I recently flew home from the Orlando International Airport on Southwest Airlines (A Terminal). Their new LEGO vending machine delighted our LEGO loving son!

Vending Machines at MCO

The LEGO vending machine joins a unique collection of vending machines available in the A terminal at MCO.

The benefit cosmetics vending machine remains my personal favorite. But Terminal A also offers a headphone vending machine and a Kylie Jenner Cosmetics vending machine next to the Starbucks!

But, finally they added a vending machine that sells fun things for the kids to do on board their flight!

LEGO Vending Machine

The LEGO vending machine may be small, but it offers a good selection of LEGOs that can be built on the plane.

The limited selection is well curated to reflect the interests of travelers into and out of MCO.

The machine offers a limited variety of Disney Princess, Star Wars and Harry Potter sets along with a pair of LEGO architecture sets for older travelers.

My son opted for a Speed Champions Camaro set. We had of course already visited the Disney Springs LEGO Store and used our passholder discount to buy some of the new Disney LEGO sets!

How to Buy

The buying process is simple! Just find the set you want, click buy and pay!

As you can see, the machine accepts plenty of payment options.

Other MCO News

You may have seen our previous articles about therapy dogs working to calm travelers at MCO. You can sometimes find these dogs in the area before security.

Did you know that a train will soon connect MCO and Walt Disney World? Read more about it here.

sign at MCO, from their website

Finally, check out this guide to changes at the Orlando International Airport since reopening and this guide to Magical Express post-coronavirus.

If you’re flying into Orlando soon, check out this article on the post-covid 19 policies of some of the top airlines and the relative safety of flying.

-Rebecca W Davis

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