There are theme parks, water parks, mini-golf courses and even a sports complex! Disney World also offers a number of different types of tickets full of unique options. Figuring out what ticket is right for your vacation can be a bit complicated, so we’re here to help! Today we’re going to break down all of the different types of Disney World tickets you can buy so you can make the best decision for you and your family!
Slowly but surely, things are changing. Vaccines are available across the country, people seem to be more comfortable with traveling again, and Disneyland Resort is about to reopen.
And, testing the “returning to normalcy” theory a little further, there’s been a MAJOR increase in Disney World travel Google searches in recent weeks.
Adventures by Disney vacations have been suspended through September 30th, 2020.
Guests have been offered a 100% credit to be used for future Adventure by Disney vacations. Disney has now updated their conditions to include more flexible payment conditions for those who have been affected by the suspensions. [Read more…]
The present state of the world is a strange one. With people around the world stuck home in self-isolation or quarantine, there’s definitely a lot of uncertainty. After all, the current situation is pretty unprecedented in our modern world.
So you might be saying…why in the world would I plan a Disney trip right now?
Well, we can be relatively sure that the parks WILL reopen (though timeline is unclear at the moment), and we know that Disney is already releasing discounts for later in the year!
Also, with significant changes in the travel industry that could mean lower-risk booking…and an abundance of family time right now to fill with fun and positive projects…it may make a lot more sense that you think to start planning your next visit to the mouse. Let’s dig in!
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Walt Disney World will officially open on August 29, 2019 (click here for all the details!!)
, way ahead of the “late fall” estimation Disney released last year. And the shortened timeline has really thrown a wrench into the plans of guests who had hoped to avoid the galactic crush of people exploding into Disney’s Hollywood Studios — particularly those with September reservations.
September has historically been a relatively quiet time of year to visit the World, and with Disney’s original prediction of a “late fall” opening for Galaxy’s Edge (plus free Disney Dining Plan offered through September 30!), loads of visitors planned to enjoy the last few quiet weeks of fall without tens of thousands of their ‘closest’ friends. [Read more…]
If you’re planning a Walt Disney World vacation in 2019 and will be using the Disney Dining Plan, you’re likely already thinking about where you’ll eat and how you’ll maximize those credits.
Lucky for you, we have tons of resources to help you with all of that! Whether you’re trying to make the most of quick service credits or trying to maximize your table service credits, there’s a DFB post for you. 😉