As we shared yesterday, Disney is resuming Disney Resort hotel bookings, packages and ticket sales for 2020 today. You are now able to purchase new tickets and plan future visits throughout this year with the Disney Park Pass system, which they are using to help manage attendance. All guests with valid admission are required to … Read moreWalt Disney World Resort 2020 Theme Park Tickets and Disney Resort Hotel Bookings Now Available
As promised by us yesterday, here is a lot of additional information on the New Disney Park Pass System, Key Dates, and some additional information. By: Disney Destinations June 19, 2020 It’s almost time for magic as Disney prepares for the reopening of Walt Disney World Resort theme parks, starting July 11 with Magic Kingdom … Read moreWalt Disney World Know Before You Go: Additional Information Regarding Disney’s New Park Pass System
Ready, set, boo! Vacation planners, today’s the day to start planning your visit to Walt Disney World® Resort for late summer and early fall. That includes getting your tickets for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party! Tickets are now available for the event that transforms Magic Kingdom® Park into a spook-tacularcelebration. Fun for everyone begins on August 13 and continues on select nights … Read more2020 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) Tickets Now On Sale!
Beginning Aug. 15, 2019, you can “fall into fun” like never before at Walt Disney World® Resort with a new ticket offer! With the “Mid-Day Magic Ticket,” Guests can enjoy admission after 12 p.m. to one theme park per day. 2-, 3- and 4-day Mid-Day Magic tickets are available for start dates on or before Dec. … Read moreNew Mid-Day Magic Ticket Offer Launches at Walt Disney World Resort
The frightful and very fun Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has returned to Magic Kingdom® Park and we’re celebrating with a special new ticket offer that allows Guests to extend the spook-tacular fun all throughout the fall! Beginning today, Aug. 16, 2019, Guests can purchase the new Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Pass to enjoy up to 35 nights in … Read moreMickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Returns With an All-New Spook-Tacular Season Pass
After (patiently) waiting for months to know just how much Guests will have to pay to get into Universal’s Volcano Bay, the Universal Orlando Resort finally unveiled more details about the annual passes that will include this new water park. Not surprisingly, all of the existing annual passes will remain unchanged and will still allow … Read moreUniversal Reveals Details About Volcano Bay Annual Passes
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts tomorrow (February 12, 2017) will raise ticket and some annual pass prices at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts. One-day tickets to Walt Disney World and Disneyland theme parks will continue to vary by season, with three different prices offered, based on anticipated crowd levels at the parks. A … Read moreTicket prices are going up at Disneyland, Walt Disney World
& Destinations with Character Travel clients & friends, we have a BIG announcement here at Destinations with Character! January 1st marks the official beginning of our new and exciting partnership with TCB Radio! TCB Radio is dedicated to bringing you only the best businesses to help meet all of your Elvis related needs … Read moreDestinations with Character Travel & TCB Radio Enter Into Partnership January 1, 2017!
Originally published in Theme Park Tourist Tuesday, December 6, 2016 06:08 2016 was certainly a big year for Walt Disney World. It saw the opening of new restaurants like PizzeRizzo and Tiffins, plus the debut of over a dozen new attractions, including Frozen Ever After, Soarin’ Around the World, Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular, and … Read moreIs There Any Hope for Rivers of Light in 2016? Here’s What We Know…
By Amanda Kondolojy, Wednesday, November 16, 2016 05:33 Though the cost of admission is always going up at Walt Disney World, it is not just ticket prices that are perpetually on the rise at the resort. In truth, Disney is constantly adjusting and modifying its prices on pretty much everything, from food to souvenirs and … Read more3 Price Changes that Quietly Took Effect This Week at Walt Disney World
November 14, 2016 by Disney Destinations With so many new attractions and experiences to discover at each of the Walt Disney World® Resort Theme Parks, now is the perfect time for you to start planning your stay – and we have a new special ticket offer to experience the distinctive magic in each Walt Disney World Theme Park. The … Read moreDISCOVER ENDLESS MAGIC AT ALL FOUR WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORT THEME PARKS WITH A NEW SPECIAL TICKET
When planning your Walt Disney World Resort Magical Vacation, one of the most important utilities you have besides your Destinations with Character Travel agent, is the Walt Disney World Resort FastPass+ Reservation System! The Walt Disney Parks revolutionized the industry in 1999 when it introduced the original FastPass system. It has quickly been copied in … Read moreHow To Use The FastPass+ System Before and During Your Magical Walt Disney World Vacation
-Reported by Theme Park Tourist.. By Amanda Kondolojy, Friday, September 23, 2016 06:50 Though high attendance is something that theme parks love to tout as a measure of success, Walt Disney World has struggled in the past with overcrowding, which is an issue the resort has tackled head-on in recent years with substantial price hikes, … Read moreWalt Disney World’s Proposed New Plan Could Be Very Bad News for Some Guests
-From Theme Park Tourist By Amanda Kondolojy, Saturday, September 17, 2016 06:58 Image: Disney Though Walt Disney World raises prices on things likesouvenirs, events, and food all throughout the year, the resort is rather methodical with its ticket price increases. Every spring, prices for single and multi-day tickets go up, and then in the fall, … Read morePrice Hikes are Coming Soon to Walt Disney World. But Should They?
-Reported by Theme Park Insider Walt Disney World is closing one the few remaining loopholes that allowed guests to share admission tickets to its theme parks. Disney has started requiring that children ages 3-9 scan their finger in addition to presenting their ticket when entering a park. Previously, guests ages 9 and under just had … Read moreDisney Updates Finger Scan Policy For Tickets & Admission