Positions Are Opening Up on the planDisney Panel

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Do you love Disney, and love planning trips to Walt Disney World? If so, prepare to apply for Disney’s planDisney 2022 panel! The official search for new panelists begins on Thursday, September 9 at 12 pm ET and will close promptly at 12 pm ET on September 14. Applications will be available at As far as position requirements, Disney is looking for Disney Guests who excel at planning Disney vacations, and who are truly passionate about Disney and its offerings! Personal experience with “Disney destinations” is a must, as are communications and interpersonal skills.

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Although the idea of being a planDisney panelists might sound fun at first glance, many applicants will also be curious about the actual work and what the independent contractor position entails. Disney has foreseen these questions, and is featuring their current 2021 panelists on Instagram this week so that applicants’ questions can be answered. Payment for this panelist position comes in the form of one Disney trip, for the individual and up to three family members, and/or theme park tickets.

planDisney has been around since 2008, and its diverse panel offers planning assistance to prospective Disney visitors in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. There’s also planning tools, videos, and top 10 lists available on the site.

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Disney quoted Jerry M., a current planDisney panelist. He said the following: “There is so much Disney to see and do that it’s tough to experience everything in a single visit. But what if you had a trusted friend who has experienced everything already? Wouldn’t it be great to get their advice? The magic of planDisney is our collective experience and our diverse backgrounds. Taken together, we’ve just about done it all – and like your best friend, we want to see you enjoy yourself!”

Have you ever used planDisney to help you arrange a Disney trip? Are you going to apply for a panelist position this year?

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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