Discounts, Disney World, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Epcot, Magic Kingdom, Planning

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 when compared to non-discounted rates,… Continue reading Disney’s Armed Forces Salute

Disney World, Planning, Updates

Another Premium Event?

Yesterday, Disney announced a new "premium experience" available to all guests (not just on site guests) at the Magic Kingdom on select nights beginning on April 14th.  For the low price of $150, you can access the park for three hours after it closes to the general public.  Basically, they will be charging for Extra… Continue reading Another Premium Event?

Disney World, Planning

Top 10 Rookie Mistakes When Planning a Walt Disney World Vacation

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… Continue reading Top 10 Rookie Mistakes When Planning a Walt Disney World Vacation


Is It Really Better To Stay On Site?

In a single word, yes. Being a travel agent for Disney, of course, I'm going to want my clients to stay on site. And there are some very good reasons as to why that could save you both time and money. Extra Magic Hours Extra Magic Hours are only for Disney resort guests, and will… Continue reading Is It Really Better To Stay On Site?