Thanksgiving Reservations Are Filling Up

If you plan to visit Walt Disney World for Thanksgiving this year and have not finalized your plans, you’d better make them sooner rather than later. Disney Park Pass Reservations are filling up quickly. We will start with Thanksgiving Day; November 25. According to the Disney Park Pass Availability Calendar, The only two Theme Parks with openings that day are ...

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How Disney Planning Has Become Easier

So much goes into planning a Walt Disney World vacation.  From determining what Resort to stay at, making Disney Park Pass reservations, dining reservations, and now Disney Genie it can be overwhelming.  When we step back and look at planning a trip to Disney, there are things that make planning less stressful. Take a look at what we think has ...

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Make a DYI Countdown to Your Next Disney Vacation

Do you have your next Disney Vacation planned yet? If you have the date set, this will be a perfect DYI that you can do to countdown to your magical vacation. While countdowns on your phone or with calendars are great, this can be another way to get more excited as your vacation gets closer. Lisa Mendillo shared more with Disney Parks Blog.   November 12th is no ...

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Navigating the Disney Springs Parking Garages


One of the welcome improvements when Downtown Disney transformed into Disney Springs was the upgrade of the parking situation. The parking garages are free and convenient, but they can be a bit confusing. Here are a few tips on navigating the parking garages at Disney Springs. There are three parking garages, Orange, Lime, and Grapefruit. At this time Grapefruit is ...

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Military Magic at Walt Disney World

To all those who have served, a heartfelt thank you. Your selflessness and sacrifice are appreciated more than we could ever say. Thank you to the military families as well. Lisa Mendillo has shared the following tips with Disney Parks Blog: planDisney panelist, Robyn M., loves assisting guests with planning magical vacations to Walt Disney World Resort, but what she loves even ...

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Suggestions for What to Watch on Disney+ Day and Beyond

November 12 is Disney+ Day. It’s hard to believe that the streaming service has been a part of our lives for only two years! Disney+ is offering a special introductory rate of $1.99 for the first month, but that price is only good until November 14. After that, it is $7.99 a month, which is still quite a deal. What ...

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What Not To Waste Your Time On in Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World Sign

There is so much magic to experience in Walt Disney World that you want to make sure that you can soak it all in during your vacation. To savor all those magical moments in the Disney Parks, you want to ensure that you don’t waste any time. To help you do this, we have what not to waste your time ...

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A New Benefit for Magic Key Holders


If you are a Disneyland Magic Key Holder, you will want to check your email! There is a brand new benefit for you that you might be interested in. For a limited time, you can receive a 30 percent discount on a new D23 Single Gold Membership. The regular price is $99.99 for a year, so this is quite a ...

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The Full List of Celebrity Narrators for the Candlelight Processional

We are thrilled that the Candlelight Processional is returning to EPCOT this year! It is one of our favorite holiday traditions. The full list of celebrity narrators has been released. Here’s all the information that you need from Shawn Slater and Disney Parks Blog: The calendar says November, so it’s almost time for the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays presented ...

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New Year’s Eve Preliminary Observations

What better place is there to ring in the New Year than Walt Disney World? Last year, all four of the Theme Parks closed early so that crowds would not gather. Fireworks had not yet returned either. There has been no official announcement on what might take place at Walt Disney World on December 31, 2021, but there are a ...

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