It’s Time to Start Planning for 2018!

Disney announced earlier this week that pricing for 2018 packages will be released on Tuesday, 6/20.  Yes, I understand that 2017 isn’t even half over, but if you are considering a Walt Disney World vacation in 2018, you want to start planning for it now.

Why?  Because Continue reading “It’s Time to Start Planning for 2018!”

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To Bus or Not To Bus?

When you are a guest at a Walt Disney World Resort, complimentary transportation is included with your stay.  You also get free parking on Disney property, so guests often have a choice to make regarding which method of transportation they use.  There are many guests that enjoy the idea of letting someone else drive them around while others have their reasons for wanting to provide their own transportation.   Continue reading “To Bus or Not To Bus?”

It’s Time to Start Planning for 2017!

Disney announced earlier today that pricing for 2017 packages will be released on 6/21.  Yes, I understand that 2016 isn’t even half over, but if you are considering a Walt Disney World vacation in 2017, you want to start planning for it now.

Why?  Because Continue reading “It’s Time to Start Planning for 2017!”

Changes Coming to the Dining Plan?

Several guests and travel agents were sent into a tizzy yesterday and today when some character meals were showing as 2 table service credits on Disney’s website.  As of today, the only character dining experiences that “cost” 2 table service credits on the dining plan are Cinderella’s Royal Table and Mickey’s Backyard BBQ. Continue reading “Changes Coming to the Dining Plan?”

Disney’s Armed Forces Salute

In honor of Armed Forces Day this Saturday, I wanted to do a post about special discounts available for those who serve or have served our country.  Last September, Disney renewed their Armed Forces Salute Discount to cover most travel dates through December 16, 2016.  These discounts are fairly significant Continue reading “Disney’s Armed Forces Salute”

WDW Park Closure Phases

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It’s almost that time of year again!  The week between Christmas and New Year’s Day is considered the busiest week at Walt Disney World, and carries the greatest chance of a park reaching guest capacity and having to close their gates to incoming guests.  It is important to understand exactly how Disney treats park capacity situations before you begin changing your plans.  Often times, guests will hear that a park is closed due to capacity and will change their plans without fully being aware that there are different phases of closure where admittance is only closed for certain guests. Continue reading “WDW Park Closure Phases”

Top 10 Rookie Mistakes When Planning a Walt Disney World Vacation

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When you start telling your friends and family that you want to start planning a Walt Disney World vacation, you are going to get advice coming at you from all directions.  Maybe it’s been a while since you have been, or maybe it’s your first visit, either way, you are bound to make at least one of these mistakes along the way.  Here is a quick list of 10 things I believe to be rookie mistakes when planning a vacation to Walt Disney World. Continue reading “Top 10 Rookie Mistakes When Planning a Walt Disney World Vacation”