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Head on over here, where you can score a FREE Visit Orlando Official Guide when you sign up for the Visit Orlando’s E-Newsletter! The guide offers insights on weather, new attractions, the best places to eat and even indoor attractions if you have a rainy day during your stay!


Have you visited LEGOLAND? For a limited time, book an upcoming LEGOLAND Vacation Package in Florida or LEGOLAND Vacation Package in California and your kiddos will stay and play for FREE! This offer applies to vacation stays through May 24th but blackout dates do apply.


OR, through March 15th you can save $50 off multi park tickets to SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica, Busch Gardens and Adventure Island! Even better, tickets are valid for an entire year after purchase!


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  1. Kathy

    We just came back from Orlando and I have a suggestion, make sure to book your fast passes way before you go! It was too crowded and we couldn’t get in to the rides that we really like! All sold out and wait time : around 2 hours!!!! 🙄

    • Lisa

      Fast passes are best reserved 60 days from your arrival (if you stay on Disney property) or 30 days (for not staying at Disney) book 3 a day, then use the app or a kiosk and book 1 at a time after you have used your first 3, and continue 1 at a time until about 7p

      • iamkris10

        We are here now. What LISA said is important and I don’t think most people know it. Also, my husband really wanted a reservation at the Polynesian and I hadn’t been able to secure one- so we checked last night and got in today! So – keep an eye on the apps so that if someone else changes plans, you may still go!

      • *Angela-Miles*

        Yes I agree with Lisa. That’s why we always stay on property and book our fast passes right when they become available. Also we have loved the extra magic hours and tend to ride more during them!

  2. Abigail

    Could you by the multiple park ticket and use it for three people the same day instead of going to three different parks?

    • Melissa

      No. Each person needs their own ticket. Hope that helps.

  3. Jennifer

    For those interested in a Disney Travel Agent, I’d be happy to help and my services are free! I book dining reservations, resorts, and fastpasses! JenniferDanaher@mickeyworldtravel.com or Facebook.com/mickeyworldtraveljenniferdanaher

  4. Lauren

    For anyone interested in planning a Disney vacation, I am a travel agent who specializes in Disney! Facebook.com/LaurenMouseHuntersTravel Lauren@MouseHuntersTravel ✨

  5. Tasha

    Legoland resort is currently on Groupon as well 🙂

  6. Blanksandboutique.com

    We like going for one of the parties (Halloween/Christmas). The parties are always a ton of fun! I do suggest taking a poncho with you. We’ve been the last several years and the one thing that stays the same for Florida is that is rains EVERY time! Also, if you’re doing the Halloween party, consider taking a book bag.

    • Just passing through

      Lol that’s true! My sisters went last year and I saw lots of pics of them in rain ponchos

  7. Tomoko

    I have a Disney Reward Visa Card offer link to share!! Receive a $200 statement Credit after you spend $500 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. This is for “No Annual Fee” Disney Visa Card and only available by special link. You will enjoy discount at disney store and select restaurants in the parks, exclusive character meet and great opportunities ,etc…..Here is my link and you can learn more
    https://www.referyourchasecard.com/200/9MCJK5OE1A

  8. maricel

    if you have kids that is unable to ride because of height restriction consider getting rider switch. adults take turn in riding.

    • Jess

      Maricel, exactly what is that?

  9. Lolita

    I have a Disney Reward Visa Card offer link to share too!
    It says: Earn a $200 Disney Gift Card with the Disney Visa Card after $500 purchase in first three months. Get discounts on certain purchases and dining, and there is no Annual Fee for this card. Here is my link (I used someone else’s link before Christmas and got my $200 gift card soon after I had reached the $500): https://www.referyourchasecard.com/200/O2Y64LFRSR

  10. Kimberly Copeland

    Y’all are giving such good advice. I plan to travel in October with a 6 year old boy. 3-4 days. Which parks are a must? I don’t expect to go to all, and are line waits typically 2 hrs!?

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