Disney World has rolled out the first significant price increase to its daily admission prices since it switched to the variable pricing model. The new price for the busiest days starting this December is as much as $159 for a 1-day, 1-park ticket. Disney set… Read More »Higher Walt Disney World tickets prices set for Christmas vacation time
Guests looking to pack in a long weekend or short week at Walt Disney World will be thrilled to hear the resort has a new limited time ticket promotion that offers 4-parks at just $70 per day. A 19% discount off the regular price of… Read More »Walt Disney World discounts 4-park Magic Ticket
It is now more expensive to put on those water-wings and enjoy Disney’s Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon with new seasonal pricing that just rolled out for the popular water parks. Today marked the first day for tiered pricing at Walt Disney World’s theme parks.… Read More »Seasonal Pricing comes to Walt Disney World water parks too
This is the trailer you were looking for. That was exciting, wasn’t it? I think it’s obvious that Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega) have a big role in the film and likely the rest of the trilogy. Update: We break down the trailer… Read More »Star Wars: The Force Awakens Official Trailer is here!
Forget the Star Wars land rumor, we’re hearing that the price of a one-day admission ticket to the Magic Kingdom may soon rise from $99 to $105 and the other parks will rise from $94 to $99. It seems amazing that tickets are that expensive.… Read More »Are Walt Disney World ticket prices about to go up again?
Walt Disney World is kicking off 2014 with a great deal for Florida Residents. The special parks admission offer of 3 days for $129 plus tax, (one theme park per day; can be used at any of the four Walt Disney World theme parks) lets… Read More »Disney World Kicks Off 2014 With Florida Resident Deal
I’ll admit it right now: I’m a park hopper. Sometimes I’ll spend less than two hours in a park before I’m off to greener pastures (usually Epcot, because I want to eat) and then I visit a third park before the night is out. A hopper lets me join friends in another park if I want or do extra magic hours in the Magic Kingdom then head over to Animal Kingdom before it gets to crowded. Without question, it’s the most convenient ticket option, but I can understand why some people wouldn’t want to add it: hopping takes up valuable park time and it’s expensive, at about $60 per ticket. So is the extra cost worth it to you?
One of the biggest reasons to add the hopper option to your ticket is flexibility. I know that this is blasphemy to say among Disney people, but I don’t want a ten page spreadsheet where I’ve planned out every detail of my trip months in advance. I want to be free to make changes as I go, based on everything from how I feel to what the weather is like that day. I can do that with a hopper, but without one, I’m absolutely committed to staying in that one park, especially if I have dining reservations.Read More »The Advantages of Park Hopping
Disneyland and Walt Disney World have had a long partnership with AAA. From preferred parking to free auto care and towing, many a guest has been assisted by AAA whether they were a member or not. A new deal with accesso will allow AAA members… Read More »AAA Adds Online Portal for Florida Attractions Tickets