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Single Day Ticket to Top $100

WDW News Today is confirming that Disney Theme Park tickets are about to increase again.   According to their sources, a 1-day Magic Kingdom base ticket will be priced at $105.00 (plus tax), while a ticket for Hollywood Studios, Epcot, or Animal Kingdom will be $99.00 (plus tax). All other ticket prices will be raised similarly, probably by the same ...

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Win a Season Pass To Disney World or Disneyland

DisneyDining.com and Kingdom Konsultant’s Travel are giving away a season pass to Walt Disney World in Florida or Disneyland in California! To register, you just need to do two things. 1) Sign up for the Disney Dining Newsletter here: http://bit.ly/16nQbTM 2) Like the Kingdom Konsultants Facebook Page here: http://on.fb.me/1CXA9MS The give away will be at the end of March. Good luck everyone!   ...

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Amazing A Cappella Frozen Medley

A Cappella arrangement of a Frozen Medley – Do You Want To Build A Snowman/Love Is An Open Door/For the First Time In Forever/Let It Go performed by Voices and arranged by Jamey Ray! Awesome voices!    

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The Story of ‘Peter Pan’ in the New Interactive Queue

Thanks to the Disney Parks Blog For posting this video. Go behind the scenes of the new interactive queue at Peter Pan’s Flight! What fan of the film “Peter Pan” hasn’t dreamed of being one of the Darling children, visited by Tinker Bell and Peter Pan, and then swept off to Never Land for a grand adventure? Take flight with ...

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Breaking News! Be Our Guest Adds Reservations For Lunch!

Breaking News Be Our Guest Adds Reservations For Lunch! WDW News Today is reporting that Advanced Dining Reservations (ADR) will be available for the Be Our Guest Restaurant for lunch by phone or through MyDisneyExperience starting February 25th.   In addition, guests will be able to pre-order their food and drinks on MyDisneyExperience.com or on the app.  (Pre-ordering is optional.) ...

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News Update: No Expire Option To Be Removed From Disney Tickets

Multiple unofficial Disney fan sites are reporting that the “no expire” option will be removed as a ticket option in February of 2015.   The “no expiration” ticket option, allows you to keep an unused days on your Disney Parks tickets for later use. This is a potentially huge change that could affect many Disney Guests. It is expected that ...

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