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How does the Disability Access Pass (DAS) and Rider Swap work? by Morgan Murphy

Since Walt Disney World reopened in July 2020, FastPass+, a program that allows visitors to reserve access to select attractions, has been suspended. You may notice on your visit, however, that some people still use the FastPass+ attraction entrance. There are several reasons for this, but two of the reasons you may use this entrance are the Disability Access Pass (DAS) and Rider Swap. The Disability Access Pass allows guests with disabilities and their party to receive a return time for attra

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Fireworks are BACK! by Morgan Murphy

I have some very exciting news. Are you ready? Fireworks are returning to Walt Disney World and Disneyland! Let me say that again: Fireworks are BACK! Starting July 1, you can see the nighttime spectaculars Happily Ever After and EPCOT Forever return to Magic Kingdom and EPCOT respectively. Disneyland’s fireworks show, Mickey’s Mix Magic, will return July 4. Happily Ever After takes guests through the stories of some classic Disney stories via fireworks, lights, and projections on Cinderella

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Boo Bash. What's new? by Morgan Murphy

We all missed Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in 2020, but have no fear! While the Halloween party as we know it is not yet returning, Walt Disney World has an exciting new option for families wanting a special Halloween experience. Boo Bash at Magic Kingdom begins August 10 with other dates available through October 31. You may be wondering, “What’s Boo Bash? How is it different?” I wondered the same thing. Let’s break it down: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party was known for featur

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“Get Your Ears On” by Stephanie Holstead

Walt Disney may have said it may have all started with a mouse, but for me, each trip begins with a packing list. Whether you sport the classic Mickey Ears hat, choose your favorite from your wall full of Minnie Ears, or just channel your inner Mouse as you walk through the gates of Magic Kingdom, what you wear can impact your entire day. Although I personally believe the accessory on top of my head is the most important, let’s start with the foundation: Regardless of the time of year or the we

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Why should I stay at a Premier Resort by Erin Sistar

So you have decided to go on a Universal Studios vacation, but don’t know where to stay. Well, every resort is different with different themes, price points, perks, and locations. At Universal there are four different categories of resorts: value, prime value, preferred, and premier. In my opinion, premier is the way to go. I love all the amazing perks that come with staying at a premier resort. Universal Studios in Orlando has three premier resorts: Loews Royal Pacific, Loews Portofino Bay,

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