If you’re planning a trip to Disney World and want to know all of the tips and tricks to making it a great trip, you’re in the right place. If you want to go to Disney World and have no idea where to start, you’re also in the right place.
Here’s the thing:
That’s why this site was created: to share the tips for planning the trip you’ve dreamt about.
I’ll break it down into steps to make it more manageable.
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16 Parents On The Hacks That Help Them Survive Disney Parks – Huffington Post
How to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney with kids – Today Parents
22 Disney World Tips and Secrets Every Visitor Should Know, According to Experts – Good Housekeeping
The Best Disney World Vacation Hacks – Wall Street Journal
Everything You Need to Know Before Booking a Disney Vacation – Travel and Leisure
Reasons Why People Love Staying at Disney Resorts – CheatSheet
How To Plan For The Two Most Crucial Days On Any Disney Vacation – Travel and Leisure
Don’t Get the Disney Credit Card. This Other Disney Card Is Better. – Wirecutter (A New York Times Company)
Meet Shannon Albert of Prep School Productions – Voyage Dallas
Hi, I’m Shannon Albert.
I created WDW Prep School in 2012 after planning several trips for myself and others, so that other people could learn the tips and tricks to plan their own trips.
Somebody once said that I take my fun job very seriously, which is 100% true. My approach is give you plenty of information so that you can put together good plans, and then encourage you to combine plans with flexibility to make the most of your vacation time.
And then in 2017, I launched my own travel agency called Perfect Story Travel so I could have my own team available to those people who want assistance. Request a quote from them now.
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What used to be an every-other-year trip schedule became 2-3 times a year, and now I go to Disney World every 4-6 weeks. Things change so quickly and frequent trips are so handy to stay on top of the latest and greatest information.
No, they don’t. I pay for my own trips. On the rare occasion that something is paid for (such as the occasional meal in Disney Springs), I will always disclose that.