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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

Get the Disney Rewards Visa With 1% cash back in Disney reward dollars on anything you purchase, I have started using my Rewards Visa like a debit card. Anything that I’d normally do with cash, I simply charge to my Visa. Then, I keep a running tab on myself and transfer money from my checking into my savings account. When ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

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Skip the Coffee It’s no surprise that having your morning cup o’ joe at home is way less money than the popular coffee spots. You might not be ordering the $4.75 Venti Frappuccino, but a simple cup of coffee can run a buck or two. If you could skip your morning cup and use the standard machine at work or ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

Vacation Jar My friend has a Disney vacation jar that she and her kids decorated on display on their kitchen counter. She and her husband agreed on a dollar amount that has to be in the jar in order for them to make their next reservation. Over the last year, she has found that her kids will put their pocket ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

I admit it, I have more than a habit…I have an addiction. After a recent relocation to Central Florida, I have found myself in the Disney parks and resorts about twice a week. Even though I have an annual pass and can use my pass holder, Tables in Wonderland dining discount card and my DVC discount, one thing remains very, ...

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Bus Crash Reported at Walt Disney World

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It has been reported that this morning, 10/16/16, a non-Disney bus ran into a Disney bus.  Neither bus contained any passengers, but did do significant damage, especially to the Walt Disney World bus which was heading to one of the Disney resorts.  One of the drivers involved was taken to a local medical facility for treatment, but doesn’t appear to ...

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10 Tips for Setting Your Disney Itinerary

1. Check out a Crowd Calendar: There are several crowd calendars available online, which predict how busy the parks will be on any given day. I like to look at several different calendars, to compare the predictions. This info, coupled with the park hours, should factor into your decision on what park to tour each day of your vacation. Bonus ...

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10 Tips for Setting Your Disney Itinerary

2. Make ADRs: Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs) are necessary for the popular restaurants at Walt Disney World. These can be made on the app, up to 180 days ahead of time. Make reservations with where you want to be each day in mind. Booking a reservation for Via Napoli (Italy pavilion in Epcot) on a day when you want to ...

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10 Tips for Setting Your Disney Itinerary

3. Take an Off-Day: If you’re taking a long vacation, or have small kids, consider spending a day hanging out at the hotel pool. Having a break part way through your trip can be refreshing, and allow you to have more energy for the upcoming days. Don’t want to stay at the hotel all day? Explore Downtown Disney (soon-to-be Disney ...

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10 Tips for Setting Your Disney Itinerary

4. Consider Kid’s Routines: If your children are used to a certain schedule, whether it be meal times or naps, do you best to stick to that schedule. Your little ones will be overwhelmed by new experiences, so keeping at least one thing familiar can help reduce the temper tantrums. You don’t need to go all the way back to ...

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10 Tips for Setting Your Disney Itinerary

5. See the Second Show: Fantasmic (Hollywood Studios) often has more than one showing. If that’s the case during your trip, plan to see the second show, since it will be significantly less crowded than the first! That means less time waiting in line, and more time having fun!

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