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5. PhotoPass photographers take your photos for free

So many guests shy away from PhotoPass photographers because they’re worried that they’ll be charged for having their picture taken, but this simply isn’t true. If you want, the photographers don’t even need to use their cameras. Most (although there are some exceptions) will be more than happy to take pictures of you with your own camera for free.

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8. And staying out late

Another way to experience the big attractions with little wait times is to stay out late. Magic Kingdom for instance, generally clears out a little bit after the fireworks, leaving many attractions with shorter lines. If the line for something is still longer than you’re willing to wait, get in line right before the park closes. If the park closes ...

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9. The importance of hitting the parks early

Disney pros know how important it is to get up early and get to the parks, especially if you were unable to get Fastpasses for certain attractions like Toy Story Midway Mania for instance. Rather than showing up at Hollywood Studios in the afternoon when the ride has a 90 minute wait, head there first thing in the morning when ...

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10. Water is free

So many guests feel ripped off paying $2.50 multiple times a day for Dasani water bottles—but you don’t have to do this. Just head to the counter of any quick service restaurant (where you would go to pick up food) and ask for a cup of water and the cast members will be glad to give you one for free. ...

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10 Awesome Tips for Visiting the Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom is, without a doubt, my favorite place on Earth. And after countless visits over the years, I’ve learned a thing or two about the best ways to pack the most magic into your visit as possible. Here are 10 awesome tips for your next trip to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. 10. Choose Your FastPasses Wisely Unlike ...

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Changes for Annual Passholders at Walt Disney World

There have been a couple of neat changes announced for Walt Disney World annual passes.  The first is that starting October 2nd, if you purchase an annual pass, you get 13 months for the price of 12.  The passes must be purchased between October 2, 2016 and January 3, 2017 in order to qualify for the promotion.  If you have ...

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Yacht & Beach Club Convention Space to Expand at Walt Disney World

The permit applications have been filed to kick off the required work to expand the current convention center space at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club.  The current convention space is around 75,000 square feet.  With the expansion, the new size is expected to be around 100,000 square feet.  Disney plans to begin the construction soon and finish by spring of ...

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