Disney offers guests the opportunity to book their next trip at a discount. Here’s how it works and what you need to do in order to snag one for yourself.
Planning and Tips
Florida heat and humidity can make long days in the parks more miserable than fun and that’s why we generally recommend you split your day up with a break in the middle. Here’s how that looks.
The Friends and Family list in My Disney Experience makes it easy to share plans with the people you are traveling with. Here’s how to set it up for your Disney World vacation.
Arriving in time for Rope Drop is a great way to get a head jump on your day. Here’s why we love it plus some tips if you decide to skip it.
Break days are a fantastic way to keep the pace of your vacation manageable. Here’s how to build one into your next Disney World trip.
The Tables in Wonderland card is a great option for people looking to save some money on food and beverages at Disney World. Here’s who can purchase one and how it works.
Baby Care Centers can be found in all 4 parks at Walt Disney World and provide families a cool and quiet place to take care of any needs your little one might have. Here’s what to expect if you visit one.
Disney offers several different ticket types and one of the most popular options is called the Park Hopper Plus. Here’s everything you need to know about how they work.
Refillable mugs may sound like a fantastic option if you’re heading to Disney World but whether or not they make sense depends on a lot of different factors. Here’s what you need to know.
If you are new to Disney World or if you haven’t ever paid much attention to Disney’s PhotoPass service you may be thinking that a “Magic Shot” is when somebody at Epcot (over the age of 21, of course) consumes a bit of alcohol out of one of those containers they market as “toothpick holders”. That my friends is just a plain ol’ “shot”. Yes, you may be drinking it at Disney World but it’s still just called a “shot”. OR – maybe you think it has something to do with a bunny rabbit and a person waving a wand
Trying to find the perfect age to take your child to Disney World is quite understandable. In fact, we get lots of people writing us asking our opinions on what we think the best age for Disney World is. Wanting to go when your kids are likely to enjoy it the most is a totally reasonable goal. We can’t make the decision for you, but we can help. To get you started thinking about what the ideal age is for the little ones in your family, here’s 5 things we think you should consider.
If you’ve spent anytime at all on Disney message boards or if you’ve poured over our crowd calendar you might have noticed something called “Pop Warner Week” listed. But what is Pop Warner Week at Disney World and why do people sometimes recommend avoiding it?
One popular way to save money on vacations is to use credit cards (and their reward points) to pay for things like lodging or flights. But, in a world of unlimited options for credit cards, is the Chase Disney Visa Card your best choice for saving money on your Disney vacations?
There are lots of different ways to contact Disney World to make various types of reservations. Here’s how and when to book just about anything.
Although huge ticket discounts are fairly rare, there are some ways to save. Here’s a comparison of some popular sources for tickets to help you find the best deal.