As 2021 gets under way I have a bit of good news for folks who aren’t big Disney fans and some great news for folks who are big Disney fans. I’ve been working on a project for what seems like forever. A pandemic has a way of stretching time like nothing I’ve ever experienced. We’re just about ready to launch that project and I wanted to give you guys a sneak peek. For those of you who don’t like Disney and would rather I didn’t write about it…..good news! The […]
Disney World is one of those places that most people love or hate. I happen to fall into the former category, but even if you fall into the latter, or don’t spend time focusing on Disney, a recent statistic I heard really surprises me. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic over the past 6 months, travel is down significantly. Disneyland in California hasn’t even reopened yet, though Disney World has been open for a few months now. For the past 20 years, Disney has had their own timeshare program, dubbed Disney Vacation […]
School will take on many different meanings for students across the country this year. If your child’s school is in online learning mode (or you’re home schooling) and you have cash to burn, the Four Seasons in Orlando has a new package you might be interested in. For $50 per day, the Four Seasons will provide a desk in a quiet work environment for your child on school days. They’ll also feed them lunch. Dubbed “schoolcation”, Four Seasons has introduced a variation on the traditional kids club that I don’t […]
Seems like we’re talking a lot about coronavirus lately, no shock. If you’re interested in seeing more of what I’ve written lately, check these stories out: Should You Travel During the Coronavirus Crisis? Marriott Furloughs Two-Thirds of Their Corporate Employees How Many Airlines Have Stopped Flying Completely in the Coronavirus Crisis? A friend of mine, Liz, asked me recently if I thought there would be a bunch of great discounts at Disney World when the parks started to reopen after the current crisis. The cop-out answer is “yes and no”. […]
Saving money on a Disney World vacation is on every family’s radar when they plan a trip to visit the mouse. Disney has released a variety of different ticket options over the years that have varied in their ability to save you money. A recent option is likely to be a better fit for many folks.
If you’re excited and crazy enough to think about going to Disney World during the Christmas season, there’s a new package that might just pique your interest. It won’t make the crowds disappear, but it might leave a few dollars in your wallet while you enjoy the magical madness of Disney World at Christmastime.
I caught up with Summer from TPG Family about her experience on opening day at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland. She sat down with me for 15 minutes to discuss the lines, rides, merchandise, food and Blue Milk! We covered all things Galaxy’s Edge. Hope you enjoy!
The math behind Disney Vacation Club can be confusing at times, but it really can save a ton of money to rent DVC points instead of booking with Disney directly. It’s also a great argument to purchase DVC points if you’re as big a Disney nut as I am.