8 Scams You Should Avoid When Planning a Walt Disney World Trip

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3. Social Media WDW free ticket contests

Sometimes friends will share WDW contest posts that state you can win tickets by sharing, liking, or commenting on a post to win Disney World tickets.  If you see these types of posts on Facebook, do not share.  These fake profiles have names like “Walt Disney World.”, or “Walt Disney-World,” and may include extra punctuation or misspellings.  Also, Disney will have a blue checkmark next to their name on Facebook indicating that they are the official Walt Disney World page, so be aware and look for the blue checkmark.

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