Disney Parks recently announced a significant hike in the price of single-day admission during peak attendance times. This change, prompted in part by the capacity level crowds both Walt Disney World and Disneyland hosted over the 2015 holiday season, is meant to persuade day trippers… Read More »Five ways Disney can get guests to visit on off-peak weeks
Uber, the rideshare company you’ve been hearing so much about, has been in Orlando for more than a year. During that time they identified a real need to offer a product that will be a great assistance to all the families who visit this tourist… Read More »UberFamily brings car seats to Orlando on-demand cars
As we mentioned in our first post regarding Disney Parks’ switch to Demand-Based pricing for one-day tickets, multi-day tickets were also due for an increase. The Disneyland and Walt Disney World websites were updated overnight and now we know how much new tickets will be.… Read More »The impact of price increases on multi-day tickets at Disneyland and Walt Disney World
Here’s the scenario. A friend of a friend is coming to Orlando next weekend for a three-day vacation with his spouse, a 6 year-old boy, and a 2 year old infant. They’re staying off property and want to spend Friday afternoon at Disney Springs with… Read More »Critique my two-day plan of attack for an Orlando vacation
Back in April the Oriental Land Company (OLC) announced several themed developments would be added to the two parks of the Tokyo Disney Resort. Yesterday, the OLC said it is reconsidering some of the projects they had planned. Some projects could be pushed back as… Read More »Tokyo Disney Resort Places Hold on Expansion Plans
Do you remember what made you decide to place a deposit on your first Walt Disney World resort stay? It was likely a recommendation from a friend or a perhaps a special article you found on a blog, but I bet it wasn’t a song… Read More »Top Reasons to Stay at Walt Disney World in Song
Yesterday we wrote about how unscrupulous people where taking advantage of Disney’s online dining reservation system to book the best restaurants and times and then scalp those reservations to guests who weren’t able to get them on their own. I think most Disney fans are… Read More »Is Disney’s Tech Innovation a Nightmare or a Time Saver?
If you head to the theme parks as frequently as we Disney bloggers do, you probably feel fairly familiar with the services that are part of MyMagic+. But if you haven’t been in a while, you may be surprised at all the features included with… Read More »Walt Disney World pushes Fastpass+, MagicBands, and My Disney Experience