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
Disney announced party dates for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this afternoon, falling on 29 nights through September and October:
Hey, I am one of the most uncrafty people I know, and I can do these! If I can do them, you can do them.
Rumors are beginning to buzz about if or when Disney will be offering Free Dining this year, so I have come up with a quick guide that includes everything you need to know about Disney’s Free Dining promotion and how you can make sure you don’t miss out! Please remember that this information is based… Continue reading 2017 Free Dining FAQ
Tomorrow, February 12, 2017, Walt Disney World will have its annual ticket price increase. It generally happens the same time each year. Last year Disney created a new tiered ticketing system where pricing varies depending on crowd level. While pricing has not been released or updated for multi-day tickets or packages, we do know what… Continue reading WDW Ticket Price Increase Tomorrow
Yesterday, I posted an update about a new dining option for day guests available at the Magic Kingdom. Today, I want to take a closer look to see if it's really worth it. Plan Breakdown: Guests can purchase a daily meal plan for $29 per adult and $12 per child (ages 3-9). Included, are one… Continue reading Disney Dine on the Go
If you are an early riser, then you might enjoy getting to the parks right at "rope drop" to be one of the first guests inside. At the Magic Kingdom, this also includes a quick opening show, where the Walt Disney World Railroad Train pulls up to the Main Street Station full of characters, all… Continue reading Magic Kingdom Opening Show Moving