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The Top Ten Most Common Disney Questions I Get.

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Whether you’re a Disney blogger, a travel agent, or a super fan who helps friends plan their Disney vacations, you hear the same questions over and over again.  Some are funny, some  are a little maddening, but as your teachers used to tell you in school, the only dumb question is one you don’t ask. While that may be debatable, here are some of the most common ones I hear:

10. Can I get a refund for my unused park days?

No. This is why you should buy the least amount of days you’ll need, since you can (almost) always add days but you can’t take away days.

9. Can I pool hop?

Non-DVC (Disney Vacation Club) guests may not pool hop. You may only use the pool at your own resort.  DVC owners may pool hop with some limitations.Read More »The Top Ten Most Common Disney Questions I Get.

Fake Disneyland Tickets on Craigslist

Alisa Yenokyan, a 22 year old woman from Hollywood was arrested last week for allegedly selling fake Disneyland tickets she advertised on Craigslist to unsuspecting buyers. Dozens of families were duped and didn’t even realize it until they arrived at the theme park and were… Read More »Fake Disneyland Tickets on Craigslist

Planning: Walt Disney World Ticket Basics

If you’re reading here, you probably know exactly what kind of park ticket you want when you book a trip, but for Disney “newbies” the options can be overwhelming. Do you get a base ticket or a hopper? The water park option? And what does… Read More »Planning: Walt Disney World Ticket Basics

Disneyland starts photographing multi-day ticket holders

There were reports today that Disneyland has begun taking photos of guests entering the theme park and associating those images with their admission media. The need to combat fraud inspired the move. Un-authorized ticket resellers have been building multi-day tickets and then renting out smaller… Read More »Disneyland starts photographing multi-day ticket holders

Win Two Tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland!

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Mickey’s Halloween Party invites guests, yes, that means adults and children, to dress up in costume and trick-or-treat for candy (and healthy treats) throughout Disneyland. It is a special ticketed event, meaning that Disneyland closes early to those visiting with a regular admission ticket. Guests that purchase a special event ticket can arrive before the party to “mix in” with regular Disneyland guests for three hours prior to the start of Mickey’s private bash. Basically, that means it is a much better deal to buy the ticket to Mickey’s Halloween Party and get there for the early hours — you get some quality park time and the fun festivities of the special event. It’s a win-win.

That isn’t to say those regular guests can’t partake in some seasonal adventure. Halloween Time at Disneyland Resort, to be frighteningly frank, is a lot of spooky fun. Well, it’s not that spooky, your kids will be fine, but it sure is festive, and the fun part is spot on. You don’t have to attend Mickey’s Halloween Party to enjoy the following:Read More »Win Two Tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland!

Disneyland Returns SoCal Resident 2-Day $99 Pass

Southern California Disney fans will be happy to hear that the two park for $99 ticket offer at Disneyland Resort has returned. You get to choose either Disneyland or California Adventure for both days, but there is no park hopping all visits must be completed by June 9, 2012.* New this year is a special offering to add a 3rd day to the ticket for just $30** For blockout dates and restrictions, visit www.Disneyland.com/2days.

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