Several things changed in 2014 in terms of crowd levels, FastPass recommendations, etc., and I also learned some things I never knew before. Today I have a list of 5 different things I’ve learned in 2014.
I also have a quick tip to help you get a few extra perks at some Disney World restaurants.
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5 things I’ve learned about Disney World in 2014
- Animal Kingdom is almost always a great park to visit, even on Extra Magic Hour days
- Extra Magic Hours can be super useful if you have Park Hopper tickets
- Separate credit cards can be used for room charges on WDW resort rooms
- Fall may now be a busy time to visit based on how crowds were in fall 2014
- Rides that didn’t used to require FastPasses now often do
Quick tip of the day
There are many Landry’s restaurants nationwide and 4 located at Disney World – 2 Rainforest Cafe locations, T-Rex Cafe and Yak and Yeti. If you sign up for Landry’s Select Club, you get extra perks such as a $25 credit during your birthday month, priority seating and 10% off merchandise. It does cost a one-time fee of $25 to join, but you get that amount back in restaurant credit within 24 hours of signing up.
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