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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

2. Avoid the Hottest & Busiest Periods Deciding on what time of year to go on your trip revolves around a number of things, including your own holiday time, the weather and busy periods. Typically, the heart of holiday seasons like Christmas and Easter are the busiest, as are weekends in general throughout the year. And if you’re worried about ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

Disney Magic Cruise

1. Consider Adding a Cruise to Your Resort Trip For a truly unforgettable trip consider adding a Disney Cruise Line voyage to your package so that you can enjoy Walt Disney World Resort before even setting sail. You’ll be swept away by onboard activities and glorious destinations. So if you’re going to take inspiration from any Disney character for your ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

Character Meal

4. Make Early Reservations Things like Character Dining, Special Tours and even Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire don’t only require advanced bookings – they also come at an extra cost. So when adding an experience to your itinerary, it’s always worth checking these things as well as their hours of availability. Remember – “disappointment leads to the Dark Side”! ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

Memory Maker

3. Know Who You Want to Share Your Trip With If you’re not coming with family or if you don’t have any younglings, be careful not to set yourself up for a potentially-miserable time with that one friend who’s a terrible travel buddy. This isn’t to suggest you come “Solo”, but rather that you choose your company wisely. After all, ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

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6. Consider a Disney Resort Hotel While you aren’t limited to Disney Resort Hotels, staying at one does make a whole world of sense. For starters, there are plenty of them to choose from and there are countless benefits for guests, too, like Disney Dining Plans, Extra Magic Hours and MagicBands. Naturally prices vary, but each one is remarkable and ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

5. Look for Special Offers & Discounts Don’t assume that booking through Disney itself is the most expensive option. There are always special offers and holiday packages on the site for you to peruse and custom-build, which can include your flights and park tickets. Your Walt Disney World Resort holiday is literally whatever you make it!

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

Disney Castle with Dollar Bills

8. Save Plenty of Money Once everything is booked – your flights, hotel, park tickets and any extras – start filling your piggy bank to the point of cracking. Having a little extra cash for your trip means you can splash out on food or buy that piece of merchandise your heart desires. But while putting enough money aside for ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

Polynesian Cabins

7. Decide On the Length of Your Stay The length of your stay depends on many things – where you’re coming from, how much time you have off work, what you want to do at the resort, and so on. One week will allow you to at least see the entire resort, but if poor Hamm is already at breaking ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

Incredibles Super Dance Party

10. Keep Up to Date Walt Disney World Resort is an ever-changing place, with new experiences being unveiled all the time. Stay in the know with the resort’s official website, whether it’s about your favorite ride, new additions like Toy Story Land (arriving June 30 2018) or a limited event like Incredible Summer at Walt Disney World Resort (May 25 ...

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How To Plan The Disney World Trip Of A Lifetime

Tower Of Terror

9. Put Together an Itinerary The chances are that you’ve already got an idea of how you want to spend your vacation, which will no doubt include Character Greetings, attractions, experiences, dining, and probably a whole lot of shopping. Either way, “be prepared” by making an itinerary. Breaking your trip down will make it less overwhelming, and this way you’ll ...

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