As the calendar turns to 2019 and thoughts turn to new year’s resolutions, now, more than ever is the time for you to spend time with family, making memories that last a lifetime. A visit to Walt Disney World® Resort is the perfect place for families to get away from it all, and special 4-Park Magic Tickets will help you experience the new fun and excitement heading to all four theme parks this coming year.
Starting Jan. 18, 2019, guests will be able to purchase a four-day, 4-Park Magic Value Ticket for $85 per day (plus tax) for a total price of $340 (plus tax). The 4-Park Magic Tickets include one day of admission to Magic Kingdom® Park, one day of admission to Epcot®, one day of admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and one day of admission to Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, for a total of four admissions over four separate days.
4-Park Magic Tickets will be available for purchase beginning Jan. 18, 2019. 4-Park Magic Tickets are seasonally priced for varied usage between Jan. 18 and Sept. 30, 2019, as follows:
- 4-Park Magic Value Ticket: Valid for admission Jan. 18-March 1, 2019; must be used within seven days from first use, or by March 1, 2019, whichever comes first.
- Adult: $85 per day, plus tax ($340 total, plus tax)
- Child: $80 per day, plus tax ($320 total, plus tax)
- 4-Park Magic Select Ticket: Valid for admission March 2-March 14; March 27-April 9; April 27-May 27; and Aug. 19-Sept. 30, 2019; must be used within seven days from first use, or by Sept. 30, 2019, whichever comes first.
- Adult: $89 per day, plus tax ($356 total, plus tax)
- Child: $84 per day, plus tax ($336 total, plus tax)
- 4-Park Magic Summer Ticket: Valid for admission May 28-Aug. 18, 2019; must be used within seven days from first use or by Sept. 30, 2019, whichever comes first.
- Adult: $95 per day, plus tax ($380 total, plus tax)
- Child: $90 per day, plus tax ($360 total, plus tax)
Note: 4-Park Magic Tickets are valid for one theme park per day; tickets can be used to enter each theme park only once. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable and exclude activities/events separately priced. Higher-priced tickets are valid for use on dates with a lower price.
You can save up to 25 percent on rooms at select Walt Disney World Resort Hotels for stays most nights Jan. 1-April 27, 2019!
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For me, Christmas means one very specific food- COOKIES. I have cookies for breakfast, lunch, and dinner this time of year and one of my favorite part of Christmas cookies is mixing and matching and pairing them with delicious hot beverages and ice cold glasses of milk. Epcot did not disappoint in the cookie department. The Festival of the Holidays houses special food booths that celebrate holiday food from different cultures. The cookie stroll is my kind of crawl, (I don’t have the tolerance I used to have for drinking around the world). There are five cookies scattered throughout the World Showcase Pavilion and if you eat all five, you get a completion cookie and a cold milk!
The cost of the cookies were a big positive in our group’s opinion. They are two dollars each and a manageable size for one person. Since we were tasting a lot of other food as well, my sister and I shared the cookies, so it was only a five dollar commitment for a variety of dessert. We had a nice cool day in sweaters and started our stroll on the Mexican side of world showcase. Here is my review!
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a chance for our fabulous little kids to be done up as a princess or a knight, and enjoy being royalty for a day. When my daughter turned three, I was probably the most excited mom ever, as I knew she was finally old enough to visit the boutique. There are two locations, inside Cinderella Castle, and at Disney Springs. This is our experience at the Disney Springs location.
I’ve been a huge fan of Coronado Springs for years! We’ve stayed there at least a half a dozen times but it’s been about 7 years since our last visit. A myriad of room updates and construction, plus our newfound love of Port Olreans French Quarter has kept us away…but no longer! I’m so excited that the new 15-story centerpiece of the resort will be opening July 2019!
Gran Destino Tower will serve as the new main entrance point for guests visiting the resort, and will add a total of 545 new guest rooms (including 50 suites) to the resort, as well as feature a gorgeous two-story lobby. A themed table-service restaurant is also planned for the top of Gran Destino Tower, which will serve up delicious food and incredible views of the Walt Disney World® Resort.
Plus the remaining rooms have been updated and a new restaurants on an island in Lago Dorado will also open! So many exciting reasons to add Coronado Springs back in our rotation!!
Reservations open 11/27/2019! Contact us today if you are interested in a quote!
There have been SO many things announced at D23’s Destination D Mickey Mouse Fan Celebration this weekend, it is a good time to get all in one place so it is easy to read. So here it is, your run down of all the breaking news about new experiences headed to Disney Parks.
Recently I had the opportunity to take a tour of Disney’s recently renovated Caribbean Beach Resort and try out the brand new Sebastian’s restaurant! I’ll be honest…it’s been YEARS since I felt comfortable recommending this resort to clients. It was outdated, HUGE, and continuously had housekeeping complaints! While the rooms could still use a little upgrade, overall the resort REALLY impressed me and I’m excited to share it with you!