We have an important update if you’re heading to Disney in 2022!
The Free Dining Offer has been a staple offering from Disney World fairly regularly since it first debuted in 2005.
With the complex situation that is the current global health crisis (including the suspension of the Disney Dining Plan), we’re wondering if there will be a Free Dining deal at ALL in 2021? Let’s break down what could happen.
Here at DFB, we frequently give you lots of tips and tricks of what you should do to make your Disney trip as fun and memorable as possible!
Now, if you’ve been following along with us you’re probably pretty familiar with some of the things we recommend. While it can be really helpful to know all the spots you should visit and everything you should do to enjoy your vacation, you should also know the things you shouldn’t do. These are 22 of the things that a true Disney pro would NEVER do!
Disney World: it’s the most magical place on Earth, but it can also be one of the most EXPENSIVE trips you’ll take!
You may already know about some discounts and deals you can take advantage of to make your trip more affordable, but there are all kinds of spending traps both large and small that you may unknowingly be stepping into. So, today we’re sharing our TOP 5 spending traps that you’ll want to avoid in Disney World!
There’s no denying it — 2020 has been quite the interesting year that brought about a LOT of changes all over the world, including at Walt Disney World.
While you may be aware of some of the major changes that happened this year (like the temporary suspension of FastPass+ and fireworks), some other BIG changes have happened this year that you may have totally forgotten about. So, today, we’re breaking down 8 HUGE changes at Walt Disney World that happened this year which you may have totally forgotten about!
Many of our go-to Disney World tips and tricks look a little bit different right now. Although it may be a while before we can use some of them again, we still think every Disney-goer should know them. There are so many hacks to make your Disney trip a little more seamless, a little less hectic, and a whole lot more magical.
We’re here to share 26 of our tried and true tips! And for those that don’t totally work right now, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered for those, too!
We’ll often see Disney raise prices in the theme parks. Sometimes, the increases are a few cents added to a Mickey pretzel, and other times, it’s a large increase in ticket prices. We can usually predict that Disney will increase prices at some point during the year. However, it’s no secret that this year has been anything BUT predictable!
Walt Disney World had big plans in the making like the huge EPCOT overhaul including attractions, expansions, and an entirely new look. Many of these projects are pushing forward while others were suspended indefinitely. With all the changes, can we safely assume what items will increase in price and when? We’ve gathered a list of items that could see price increases in 2021, based on previous years.
FYI, there are a lot of Disney World acronyms you might run into during your vacation planning!
Ever found yourself scouring the web for Disney World info only to come across folks talking about why you should skip SSE first thing in the morning and hit up TT before going to WS?
While some of these shortened terms for Disney rides and concepts are pretty easy to decipher, others might leave you scratching your head, tbh. If you don’t speak this rare and exotic language of Disney-isms, we’re here to help! So, let’s rank 23 of the most common Disney World acronyms from NBD to OMG! And on your next Disney planning foray, you’ll be an EXPERT!
Disney World has reopened, and we’re slowly seeing suspended offerings return.
Prior to the reopening of the theme parks and resort hotels, Disney unexpectedly canceled all Advance Dining Reservations and suspended the Disney Dining Plan. Though dining reservations have returned (with a window of 60 days rather than 180 days out to book), the Disney Dining Plan is still unavailable. When could the Disney Dining Plan come back to Disney World? Here’s what we know.
Update: We spoke with a General Manager Cast Member who confirmed for us Disney World is not selling new Tables in Wonderland memberships for the time being. We’ll provide more updates as soon as more information becomes available.
One of the most surprising changes was the cancelation of the Disney Dining Plan. Many guests rely on the dining plan to budget for their vacations. We were curious to see what the process would be like for guests who use the Tables in Wonderland dining discount card. Would Cast Members honor the discount for those of us whose cards expired during the closure? [Read more…]