Convention Primers

Here is a list of convention primers that I have created, using years of experience of attending these conventions to inform you all of just about everything I can think of when it comes to attending.

SacAnime
  • Grocery Stores:
    • Grocery Outlet - 1700 Capitol Avenue
    • Safeway - 1814 19th Street
    • BevMo! - 1700 J Street 
  • Pharmacies:
    • Rite Aid - 831 K Street
    • CVS Pharmacy - 1701 K Street
  • Banks/ATMs:
    • First US Credit Union Branch - across the street from the Sacramento Convention Center next to 7-Eleven (if you have a credit union debit card, you can use their ATM surcharge-free!)
    • Golden One Credit Union Branch - 1109 L Street
    • Bank of America Branch - 1130 K Street
    • Wells Fargo ATM - 1009 12th Street
    • US Bank Branch - 621 Capitol Mall #110 
  • Places to Eat and Drink:
    • Convenience Stores
      • 7-Eleven - 1355 J Street (Across the street from the Convention Center)
    • Fast Food/Fast Casual
      • Starbucks - 1100 14th Street & 1123 12th Street
      • Subway - 1231 J Street, 731 J Street, 428 J Street #110, 1125 2nd Street,
      • La Bou - 1122 11th Street (open Friday only)
      • Cafe Roma - 1013 L Street
      • Chicory Coffee and Tea - 1131 11th Street
      • Deli Tootsie - 1129 L Street
      • Blimpie - 1023 K Street
      • Golden Rice Bowl - 919 K Street
      • Burger Inn - 915 K Street
    • A note about fast food: Beyond Subway across from the convention center, you're going to have to travel if you want any decent-priced "fast food." There are a couple of options in the outlying downtown area:
      • McDonalds -
    • Casual Dining/Bars
      • Upper Crust Pizza - 1200 K Street
      • The Park To Go - 1431 L Street
      • Pennisi's Deli - 1237 J Street
      • Muntean's Sandwiches and Soups - 1225 J Street
      • Tantric Urban Bistro -
      • Squeeze Inn - 1630 K Street
      • Capitol Garage - 1500 K Street
      • Cafe Connection - 1007 L Street
      • Ambrosia Cafe - 1030 K Street
      • Asuka Japanese Restaurant - 1021 K Street
      • Crest Cafe - 1017 K Street
      • Tony's Delicatessen & Catering - 1131 J Street
      • Wayside Noodles - 828 J Street
      • Coin-Op Game Room - 908 K Street
      • Bento Box - 1600 K Street
      • Pieology - 1020 16th Street
      • Perko's Farm Fresh Cafe -  
    • Upscale Dining/Bars
      • Public Market Bar - Inside the Shertaon Grand
      • Morgan's Restaurant - Inside the Shertaon Grand
      • Dawson's - Inside the Hyatt
      • Vines Cafe - Inside the Hyatt
      • Armouarth Patio - Inside the Hyatt 
      • DeVeres Irish Pub - 1531 L Street
      • Esquire Grill - 1213 K Street
      • Cafeteria 15L - 1116 15th Street
      • Ma Jong's Asian Diner - 1431 L Street
      • Osaka Sushi Japanese Restaurant -
      • Tequila Museo Mayahuel - 1200 K Street
      • Magnolia Grill - 1200 K Street
      • Ella Dining Room & Bar -
      • 3 Fires Lounge - 1501 L Street
      • Mikuni - 1530 J Street
      • PF Chang's - 1530 J Street #100
      • Monsoon - 1020 16th Street
      • Firestone Public House - 1132 16th Street
      • Station 18 - 1118 16th Street
      • Petra Greek - 1122 16th Street
      • Chops Steaks Seafood & Bar - 1117 11th Street
      • Pizza Rock - 1020 K Street
      • Dive Bar - 1016 K Street
      • Claim Jumper - 1111 J Street
      • The Broiler Steakhouse - 1201 K Street
      • Zen Sushi -
  • Places of Recommended Interest:
    • Jim-Denny's (816 12th Street) - Filling breakfast and delicious lunch and dinner diner menu. Easy to get to from SacAnime. To get the most out of your breakfast, get the "Hubcap" pancake, the deluxe "Hubcap with Spokes," or "The Works" omelette as featured on Travel Channel's Man vs Food.
    • Squeeze Inn-Midtown (1630 K Street), Suzie Burgers (2820 P Street), & Willie's Burgers (2415 16th Street)  - Three really good burger joints in close proximity to the Sacramento Convention Center. Take your pick: cheese overtaking your burger? (Squeeze Inn) An In-N-Out/Tommy's-style burger? (Willie's Burgers) Or in addition awesome cheesesteaks and maybe a drink or two? (Suzie Burgers)
    • Burgers and Brew (1409 R Street) - The reason why Burgers and Brew is seperate from Squeeze Inn, Suzie Burgers, and Willie's Burgers: pub fries. Take for instance their Gladiator Fries: "roasted garlic fries topped with grilled chicken, feta and parmesan cheese, and covered in Caesar dressing;" or their New England Fries: "fries covered with melted jack, home made clam chowder, and apple wood smoked bacon." There are eight all together, so you'll be satisfied either way.
    • Shoki Ramen House (1201 R Street) - Arguably Sacramento's best ramen house with everything made from scratch in an authentic ramen house setting. Now open until midnight on Friday and Saturday.
    • RyuJin Ramen House (1831 S Street) & Raijin Ramen House (1901 S Street) - Two ramen houses next to Safeway Midtown that's giving Shoki a run for its money. Also open until midnight on Friday and Saturday.
    • Old Spaghetti Factory (1910 J Street) - Boasting an actual trolly car that you can dine in, this West Coast Italian Restaurant chain is known for their pastas, salads, and seemly unlimited bread that's hot on delivery. 
    • Zelda's Original Gourmet Pizza (
    • Dad's Kitchen (2968 Freeport Boulevard) - This restaurant was featured on Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives for its Dad's Burger, The Hot Blonde and many other filling and delicious entrees. Might be a bit expensive, but is definitely worth it.
    • Rick's Dessert Diner (2401 J Street) - If you have to pick a place that sells a plethora of desserts including cakes, pies, cheesecakes, pastries, and more, this would be your place. But don't take my word for it, look at their menu. On Fridays and Saturdays Rick's is open until 1am, perfect for those who want to wind down after a day at the convention.
    • Joe's Crab Shack (1210 Front Street) - Located on Old Sacramento's waterfront, Joe's Crab Shack is a popular joint for seafood. You can't go wrong with their Steampots or Buckets of Crab selection. [Menu]
    • Sandra Dee's (601 15th Street) - While this may not be Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles, Sandra Dee's is the place to go for BBQ, seafood, and other Southern dishes downtown. From Rib Tips to Beef Tri-Tip and Ribs to Deep-fried Catfish, you'll have a very good meal. They do serve Chicken and Waffles during the weekends, but get this: they have Red Velvet waffles. Also, their Sweet Tea is unlike anything that's out in the market in Sacramento.
    • Raku Sushi (2915 West Capitol Ave, West Sacramento) - There a number of all-you-can-eat sushi spots within Sacramento and while people will argue Fuji's is the best (two locations in Elk Grove and Davis), Raku Sushi is just as good and is more closer to downtown Sacramento. Plus you can wash down all that sushi with fried bananas and donuts.
    • Oz Korean BBQ (3343 Bradshaw Road & 2605 Riparian Drive, Elk Grove) - The most well-known Korean BBQ spot in all of Sacramento. It may not be Gen Korean BBQ or YakiniQ in the Bay Area, but it's pretty decent for the area. Plus you can watch endless J-Pop music videos alongside sports on their TV screens while drinking from a beer tower.
    • Tako Korean BBQ (3030 T Street): Speaking of Korean BBQ, what about Korean/Mexican fusion food for a change-up? It's literally like having Chipotle and your favorite BBQ spot rolled into one.
    • WinCo Foods (4137 Elverta Road, 8701 Greenback Lane, & 8142 Sheldon Road, Elk Grove) - I've been a big advocate of buying grocery food for your convention room, and the best experience of shopping with a wide selection while saving money is at WinCo Foods - just ask any person who lives near one or makes the commute just to shop. Plus they're open 24 hours for any overnight shopping you must do. 

Anime Expo
  • Next Convention Dates: 2018
  • Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
  • Official Hotes:
    • JW Marriott Los Angeles Hotel at L.A. LIVE
    • Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown
    • Westin Bonaventure Hotel
    • Millennium Biltmore Hotel
    • Residence Inn Los Angeles Downtown LA Live
    • Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Downtown LA Live
    • Ritz Carlton, Los Angeles
    • How to Get to the Convention Site:
    • Grocery Stores:
      • Ralph's - 645 W 9th Street
      • Food 4 Less - 1700 W 6th Street & 2750 E 1st Street
      • Target -  735 S Figueroa Street
    • Pharmacies:
      • Walgreens - 617 W 7th Street
      • Rite Aid - 600 W 7th Street
    • Banks/ATMs:
      • Wells Fargo - 777 Chick Hearn Court
      • Los Angeles Credit Union - Inside the LACC between the Compass Cafe and Concourse Halls 
    • Places to Eat & Drink:
      • Convenience Stores
        • 7-Eleven - 818 W 7th Street & 500 W 7th Street
      • Fast Food/Fast Casual
        • Subway - 801 South Flower Street (Open 24 hrs)
        • Quiznos - 645 W 9th Street #107
        • Carl's Jr. - 750 W 7th Street #109
        • Starbucks -  800 W Olympic Boulevard #102, 735 S Figueroa Street #308, 1111 S Grand Avenue, 1149 S Hill Street
        • Joe's LA Market and Deli - 600 W Pico Boulevard
        • Domino's Pizza - 545 S. Olive Street
        • Fatburger - 888 S. Figueroa Street (Open 24 Hrs)
      • Casual Dining/Bars
        • Denny's - 888 S Figueroa Street (Open 24 Hrs)
        • IHOP -  800 South Flower Street (Open 24 Hrs)
        • The Original Pantry Cafe - 877 S Figueroa Street (Open 24 Hrs)
        • Flame Broiler - 659 S Flower Street
        • Big Mama's and Papa's Pizzeria - 657 S Flower Street
        • The Counter - 725 W 7th Street
        • Qdoba Mexican Grill - 655 S Hope Street
        • La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill - 445 S Figueroa Street #104
        • Chipotle Mexican Grill - 601 W 7th Street
        • SanSai Japanese Grill - 806 W 8th Street
        • Smashburger - LA LIVE (
      • Upscale Dining/Bars
        • California Pizza Kitchen -  735 S Figueroa Street. & 330 S Hope Street
        • LA LIVE Eateries:
          • Tom's Urban (formerly ESPN Zone)
          • Yard House
          • Katsuya
          • Boca at the Conga Room
          • Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
          • Glance Wine Bar
          • Illy Espressamente
          • LA Market by Kerry Simon
          • Lucky Strikes Lanes & Lounge
          • Rock'n Fish
          • Rosa Mexicano
          • The Farm of Beverly Hills
          • The Mixing Room
          • Trader Vic's
          • Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill
          • WP24 Restaurant & Lounge
          • Lawry's Carvery
          • New Zealand Natural
    • Places of Recommended Interest:
      • Philippe The Original (1001 North Alameda Street)
      • Manuel's Original El Tepeyac Cafe (812 N Evergreen Avenue)
      • Orochon Ramen (123 Astronaut E S Onizuka Street) - The Los Angeles episode of Man vs. Food featured all three of this places. Orochon Ramen is known for their legendary Spicy #2 Challenge, which both Adam Richman (the host of MvF) and colleague Ryan Silva have compeleted. (Note: Since the filming of that episode, the owner of the Original El Tepeyac Cafe passed away.)
      • Shin-Sen-Gumi (
      • Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles (5006 W. Pico Boulevard & 1514 N. Gower Street) - Soul food truly from the soul. Roscoe's is very well known for their title plate: chicken & waffles, which is made from scratch. If you're not going to take my recommendation of the #3/#4 Herb's Special, there's always the Obama Special. Also, get your waffles extra crispy.
      • Shake Shack (8520 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood) - You probably heard about this burger chain from its locations in New York and Chicago. You probably heard about its burgers that can rival In-N-Out, frozen custard (either by itself or "concrete-style" with your choice of mix-ins), and mikshakes that are one-of-a-kind. Well worry no more as they finally opened up one in California...all the way in West Hollywood/Beverly Hills. It's like Dunkin Donuts' expansion to the west - you really want one in your area but not willing to make the drive just for a cravings fix.
      • Food Carts - Impromptu food carts are king in any major city, especially Los Angeles as "vendors" flock to major events in hopes of making some cash. Bacon-wrapped hot dogs with grilled onions, jalapenos, mayo, ketchup, and mustard is the star here and since most are "unlicensed" you can get away with bargaining them down to around $2. 
      • Food Trucks - People will say that Los Angeles has been leading the food truck revolution, and once you have a bite from trucks like White Rabbit, Kogi BBQ, and Jogasaki Sushi Burrito, you'll see - and taste - why. Various food trucks from around the area will be gathering in the parking lot on the corner of Pico and Figueroa on the opposite side of the convention. Given the scarcity of Fast Food/Fast Casual within walking distance, these food trucks will get you high-quality, near-restaurant-offering food for a decent but-a-bit-tad-higher price that rivals the LA LIVE offerings.

    • Next Convention Dates: 2018
    • Location: San Jose Convention Center
    • Hotels:
      • Connected to the Convention Center: San Jose Marriott Downtown, Hilton San Jose
      • Downtown Area: Hyatt Place San Jose Downtown, Westin San Jose (fomerly the St. Claire Hotel), Fairmont San Jose, Ramada San Jose Downtown
      • San Jose International: Holiday Inn San Jose Airport, San Jose Airport Hotel, Doubletree by Hilton Hotel San Jose
    • How to Get to the Convention Site:
    • Grocery Stores:
      • Safeway - 1300 West San Carlos
      • Food Maxx - 1539 Parkmoor Avenue
      • Costco - 1709 Automation Parkway & 5301 Almaden Expressway
    • Pharmacies:
      • Walgreens - 5 S 1st Street
    • Banks/ATMs:
      • Wells Fargo - 121 Park Center Plaza
      • Bank of America - 125 S Market Street
      • Golden 1 Credit Union - 185 Park Ave #181
    • Places to Eat & Drink:
      • Convenience Stores
      • Fast Food/Fast Casual
        • Jack-in-the-Box - 148 E San Carlos Street
        • Ben & Jerry's - 115 East San Carlos Street
        • Pita Pit - 151 South 2nd Street
        • Baja Fresh - 150 South 1st Street
        • Subway - 360 South Market Street & 165 West San Fernando Street
        • Asian Gourmet Express - 150 South 1st Street
        • La Victoria Taqueria - 140 East San Carlos Street
        • 8 Treasures - 150 South 1st Street 
        • Corner Market Kitchen - Inside the Marriott San Jose
        • Voltaire Coffee House - 360 South Market Street 
        • Thirst Tea - 150 South 1st Street #118
        • Philz Coffee -
      • Casual Dining/Bars
        • Pizza My Heart - 117 East San Carlos Street
        • Johnny Rockets - 150 South 1st Street #115
        • Zeytoun Restaurant - 185 Park Ave #189
        • Peggy Sue's - 185 Park Ave
        • Tengu Sushi - 111 Paseo De San Antonio
        • House of Siam - 151 South 2nd Street
        • Pizz'a Chicago - 155 West San Fernando
        • Iguanas -  330 South 3rd Street
        • Pho 69 - 321 South 1st Street 
        • The Blue Chip - 325 South 1st Street
        • Tandoori Oven - 150 South 1st Street #107
      • Upscale Dining/Bars
        • Arcadia - Inside the Marriott San Jose
        • Affinity - Inside the Hilton San Jose
        • Il Fornaio - Inside the Westin San Jose
        • Original Joe's - 301 South 1st Street 
        • Morton's The Steakhouse - 177 Park Avenue
        • McCormick & Schmick's - 70 South Market Street
        • Grill On the Alley - 172 S Market Street
        • Fountain Restaurant - 170 South Market Street
        • Scott's Seafood - 185 Park Avenue
        • Cafe Stritch - 374 South 1st Street 
        • Mosaic Restaurant & Lounge - 211 South 1st Street
    • Places of Recommended Interest:
      • In-N-Out Burger (550 Newhall Drive) -  Let our serenade of the greatest fast-food chain in the world convenience you to come here, even if you live in a state/city that has one.
      • Psycho Dounuts (288 S 2nd Street) - Every year, this doughnut shop near the convention center always has an exclusive item during Fanime weekend.
      • Iguanas - In the tradition of including eateries that we want to eat at because we saw it on Man vs Food, we have Iguanas, a local Mexican restaurant that is known for their signature burrito: the Burritozilla.
      • My Milkshake (151 S 2nd Street, Suite 199) - This milkshake shop should be on your list of places to hit up during Fanime. The concept is simple: make the milkshake of your dreams or go by their recommendations.
      • San Pedro Square Market (87 N San Pedro Street) -  A 15 minute walk from the convention center, this area has a vast variety of food and drinks that plays to any palette and/or current cravings. 
      • AFK Gamer Lounge (
      • Lotus Cafe, Noodle Bá, and Michi Sushi (1887 Matrix Boulevard) - This seems to be out of the range of other eateries around the San Jose Convention Center but is within range of the shuttle that runs to the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel San Jose. Just jump on, arrive at the hotel, and cross the street to Casino M8trix, one of the South Bay's premeire card halls (the other being Bay 101). The Lotus Cafe is open 24/7 for bánh mì sandwiches and pearl drinks while both Noodle Bá and Michi Sushi are open late (3am on weekends) for pho, wonton soup, ramen, and sushi. If none of these sound appealing, then an additional short walk opens up another Starbucks, another Subway, Chiptole, and Wong Kok during the daytime (perfect if you're actually staying at the Doubletree).

    • Next Convention Dates: 2018
    • Location: Onatrio Convention Center
    • Hotels of Interest:
      • Radission Hotel Ontario Airport
      • Red Lion Ontario Airport
      • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Ontario Airport
      • Residence Inn Ontario Airport
      • Ayres Hotel & Suites Ontario Airport
      • Comfort Suites Ontario Convention Center
      • Sheraton Ontario Airport Hotel
      • Quality Inn Ontario Airport
      • Motel 6 Ontario
      • Red Roof Ontario Airport
      • Ramada Ontario
    • How to Get to the Convention Site:
      • By Air
        • Much like its previous two homes of LAX and Burbank, this one is right next to Ontario International Airport.
      • By Train
        • The Riverside Line of the Metrolink runs through Ontario but is on the other side of the airport located on the corner of East Mission Blvd. and South Haven Ave. The train starts at Los Angeles Union Station and ends at Riverside Downtown, perfect for those who end up at Union Station from either the LA Metro or the Thruway Bus from Bakersfield for the San Joaquin route.
        • The Onatrio Amtrak station is serviced by both the Texas Eagle and Sunset Limited, although both trains arrive either late in the evening or the early morning. There is an option to take a Thruway Bus from Bakersfield for the San Joaquin route.
      • By Bus

      • By Public Transit

      • By Car
        • The Ontario Convention Center is right off the I-10 and either North Vineyard Avenue or North Archibald Avenue.
    • Grocery Stores
      • Stater Bros. Markets -
      • Sam's Club - 951 North Miliken Avenue
      • Target - 4200 East 4th Street
      • Costco - 11800 4th Street
      • Smart and Final Extra! -
    • Pharmacies
      • Walgreens -
    • Banks/ATMs
      • Bank of America -
    • Places to Eat and Drink
      • Fast Food/Fast Casual
        • In-N-Out Burger - 1891 East G Street
        • Wendy's - 1890 G Street
        • Jack In The Box - 1840 East Holt Boulevard
        • Andy's Burger - 3210 East Holt Boulevard
        • Starbucks - 111 North Vineyard Avenue
        • Ontario Mills - 1 Mills Circle
          • Burger King
          • Charley's
          • Chickenow
          • Chipotle
          • Hot Dog on a Stick
          • Kelly's Cajun Grill
          • Panda Express
          • Sarku Japan
          • Sbarro
          • Starbucks
          • Stone Oven Gourmet Sandwiches
      • Casual Dining/Bars
        • Spires - 104 North Vineyard Avenue
        • Denny's - 502 North Vineyard Avenue (Open 24 Hours)
        • Garden Square Restaurant and Pies - 201 North Vineyard Avenue
        • Marie Callender's Restaurant & Bakery -
        • Ontario Mills - 1 Mills Circle
          • Dave & Busters
          • Rainforest Cafe
      • Upscale Dining/Bars
        • Rosa's Restaurant - 425 North Vineyard Avenue
        • Bombay Restaurant Cuisine of India - 405 North Vineyard Avenue
        • Ontario Mills  - 1 Mills Circle
          • Market Broiler
    •  Places of Recommended Interest


    General Tips
    • Conventions are starting to provide their full schedules on mobile devices via the Guidebook app. It's the best way to push notifications on any changes to the schedule as well as features like setting alerts to your next event or gathering.
    • Near a public library? Head over there and check out a travel guide to the city you're going to. It saves the time in having to look all over the internet for all the relevant information you need, it saves you battery and mobile data, and you can learn a thing or two that the internet doesn't tell you.
    • Looking for good food deals? Look at websites like Restaurant.com, Groupon, or LivingSocial for discounts on eateries around the Convention Center and/or the hotel you're staying in.
    • Use Yelp to research restaurants around the area, look at reviews, and even view menus to get a picture of what you'll spend. You can also research hotels with both Yelp and TripAdvisor.
    • You can also do a shuttle service like SuperShuttle as an alternative to a taxi or public transportation. This is very useful if you want to sync your arrival and departure with your transportion to and from the convention area. They charge per passenger, but most SuperShuttles are bigger and can hold more passengers and/or luggage than a taxi. The one downside is that you may not be alone when they do pick-ups and drop-offs, and more times than not you're stuck waiting in the van longer than you expected because you're the last person to be dropped off to and from the airport.
    • Uber and Lyft are two up-and-coming options for taxi-based services. Their prices are competitive with taxis, and a simple pull-up of their apps can provide you with a car to your destination in near minutes. Keep an eye out for promotions (mostly through coupon codes) that odds are will make your trip cheap or even free.
    • Parking can make or break your convention experience. Depending on the location of the convention, you can pay nothing at all or pay up to almost $50/night within a given area. Each parking spot has its own pros and cons. 
      • For example, parking at the JW Marriott at L.A. LIVE is $45/night but is valet, meaning your car is parked in a private, protected garage, and you get in-and-out privileges, perfect for traveling out of the area for leasure or to pick up items such as food. On the other hand, cheap parking around $15/night is at a public parking garage (like at the convention center) or at a "visible" surface parking lot (which increases your chances of your car being broken into especially if you leave it there for a long period of time, given the experience of some our associates) and the only in-and-out privilege you get is when arriving and leaving the lot. Sometimes you can get lucky and attend a convention that has really good parking for cheap (not counting free parking), the greatest example being Fanime: $14.50/night valet parking at the Marriott, $11/night self parking at the Hilton.
      • Some hotels offer discounted parking with your booking in the official convention room block (see the Fanime example above). Check the details when booking your room so you can factor your costs when calcuating your overall budget. 
      • Check the city's websites for infomation about parking garages operated by the city you are visiting as well as street parking. Take advantage of "early bird" offers and days/hours you can park for free on the street.
      • Also check websites like Parking Panda if you want to secure your parking ahead of time.
    • Renting a car may be better especially if you plan on travelling outside of the convention and/or or you like the flexability of driving yourself (and other passengers) but are unwilling to make that drive from your hometown. However, this method costs the most compared to other services. Companies like Zipcar can be a relief from the high prices of traditional renting from companies like Alamo, Avis, National, Budget, and so fourth, assuming that you're renting for a day excursion.
    • Most of the hotels, stores, and convention centers have their own ATMs, but use sparingly as these have surcharges that are typically higher than most standard ATMs. You also run the risk of running into an ATM that has no money left in the machine; this will be more of an occurance in most convention center and hotel ATMs. However, there are exceptions i.e. Target and a Chase ATM, if you have a Chase bank account; and a Los Angeles Credit Union ATM inside the Los Angeles Convention Center for credit union bankers. If you see an exception, exploit it to your best of your ability.
      • If you need cash and a ATM from your bank is not available, try buying something at a grocery store and then ask for cash back when you pay by using your debit card and a PIN. However, the limits to how much cash back you can get are much lower than a ATM and the maximum amount can vary from store to store but you are not charged a surcharge.
      • If you are Credit Union member, try looking for a credit union in the area around where you will be for the convention. You can use their ATMs with no surcharge. 

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