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Ten Second Tip: The Official Word on Neck Gaiters

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People have been confused about wearing neck gaiters (those tube-like garments that can be pulled over the mouth and nose) to Walt Disney World. Because of the confusion, Disney has directly addressed the issue. According to the Walt Disney World website; At this time, based on guidance from health authorities, neck gaiters and open-chin triangle […]

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Ten Second Tip: Full Service Menus

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Traditional menus at full service restaurants are a thing of the past, at least for now. If you’re at Walt Disney World and dining at a full service restaurant, there are three options. You can check the menu in the My Disney Experience App. You can use your phone to scan the code that will […]

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Ten Second Tip: TOMORROW!!!

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Tomorrow I’ll be attending the Passholder Preview at the Magic Kingdom! This is not a media event, but I will still be covering the day both here and for Disney Dining. Make sure you follow along! I’ll be adding information to both Facebook and Instagram. Probably on Friday (depending on time) I’ll write up my […]

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Ten Second Tip: Another Bag Check Rumor

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As far as I know, there still has been no official statement on how bag check will be handled once the Walt Disney World theme parks reopen. The latest rumor that I’ve heard states that the guests will be required to take everything out of their bags, security will not touch anything. I plan to […]

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Ten Second Tip: 4th of July Fireworks

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One of the best fireworks displays on the planet is traditionally held on July 3 and 4 at the Magic Kingdom. This year, the park is silent. Disney Parks Blog has instead given us a “blast” to the past. Below you can watch the show from 2018. I will also add the link to the […]

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Ten Second Tip: Hamilton on Disney+

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Just in time for the 4th of July, Hamilton can now be streamed on Disney+! It is not a theatrical production, it’s a filmed version of the Broadway sensation. If you don’t have Disney+, you can sign up here. The cost is $6.99 a month, or $69.99 a year.

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Ten Second Tip: The Reopening of Disney Stores

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I hear people ask fairly often when the Disney stores are going to open. They aren’t asking just about the local outlets, they are talking about across the country. There is no set date when all of the Disney stores will be open once again. Each store is following the guidelines of the state that […]