1 – Disney World is Majorly Changing How They Price Tickets: What to Know Before You Book
September 25, 2018 • Disney World is making major changes to the way they price their theme park tickets. Beginning October 16, customers booking theme park tickets to the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando will see prices based on the dates they’re looking to visit rather than prices that vary by park, as has been the case in the past, the company announced via an official blog post and video. Whether this practice makes tickets generally more or less expensive for buyers remains to be seen. Read More
2 – Rafiki’s Planet Watch to Reopen in Spring 2019 at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom
September 29, 2018 • It’s true that Rafiki’s Planet Watch is closing on Oct. 20 – but only temporarily. A spokesperson for Walt Disney World confirmed to USA TODAY Saturday that the attraction, part of Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, is anticipated to reopen for guests in Spring 2019. Read More
3 – Disney Cruise Line Just Announced 2020 Sailings — Here’s How to Book Your Dream Cruise
September 28, 2018 • Disney Cruise Line, one of the World’s Best Cruise Lines, is setting sail to new corners of the world in 2020 — and you won’t even have to leave the country to get on board. For the very first time, Disney Cruise Line will sail out of New Orleans. Trips commencing and concluding in the Big Easy will visit the Bahamas or the western Caribbean, with some including a stop to Castaway Cay, the private island Disney fans are obsessed with. Read More
4 – Disney Springs Parking Garages to Receive New Technology That Captures A Guest’s License Plate
September 29, 2018 • Disney Springs’ parking garages will soon have new technology aimed at improving guests’ parking experiences, according to a recent permit filed by the Reedy Creek Improvement District with Orange County. Read More
5 – Disney Now Sells Boozy Push-Pops Because They Know What Parents Need
September 29, 2018 • There’s a lot of reasons to love Disney World. You get to take pictures with cartoon characters and not feel weird about it. You can ride a choo-choo train named after the Seven Dwarfs. And, perhaps most importantly, you can now eat fruity push-pops packed with a ton of booze. Read More
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