Space 220 and Drawn to Life Open While Something Stays Closed

NBA Experience is dead, while Space 220 and Drawn to Life are finally ready to live. Here are some Disney updates you should know. What’s the Opposite of Surprised? When Disney killed DisneyQuest, some deemed the decision merciful. After all, the place got pretty run down those last few years. I say that as one […]

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Disney Announces Very Merriest Event

The Walt Disney Company just finalized its plans for the holiday season, and we’ve got the details! Mickey Mouse and friends will return to Magic Kingdom in a Very Merry celebration, just not the one you know. Let’s talk about Disney Very Merriest After Hours, the latest ticketed event. What is Very Merriest? Think of […]

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Let’s Talk about Boo Bash 2021

A few months ago, Disney revealed that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party wouldn’t return in 2021. Since the event didn’t take place in 2020 either, its fate remains in limbo. Is it dead or in hibernation? We don’t know. What Disney did announce was the debut of a semi-replacement, Disney After Hours Boo Bash. On Tuesday […]

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Disney Reveals Galactic Starcruiser Pricing

The Walt Disney Company doesn’t open new resorts very often. But, whenever it does, each one is a big deal, as demonstrated by the passion for Disney’s Riviera Resort. Still, even allowing for that, one upcoming hotel towers about every other recent project and is legitimately the biggest deal since 1971’s Walt Disney World resorts. […]

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DVC Resale Average Sales Prices for July 2021

This article features the average sales price of contracts categorized by resort and month sold from July 2020 through July 2021 by DVC Resale Market (DVCRM). Our goal for this article is to provide great directional information for anyone considering a Disney Vacation Club (DVC) resale purchase or just wanting to satisfy a general curiosity of […]

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DVC Right of First Refusal Report (ROFR): July ’21

DVC Exercises Right of First Refusal (ROFR) Year-to-date (YTD), Disney has exercised their right of first refusal (ROFR) on 262 Disney Vacation Club (DVC) contracts. DVC Resale Market (DVCRM) has sold 2,857, resulting in a 9.2% buy back rate (Contracts Bought Back in 2021/Contracts Sold in 2021). The 2021 waiver rate is 90.8%. Key ROFR […]

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Disneyland and Walt Disney World Require Face Masks Indoors Again

Welp, that didn’t take long, The Walt Disney Company took the expected path. Yes, Disneyland and Walt Disney World require face masks once again. So what do you need to know? Well… Why Is This Happening Again? The Mayor of Orange County, Florida, declared another state of emergency on Thursday. He did so because of […]

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Pago Pago Undergoes Soft Refurb and Grand Floridian Begins Expansion

Pago Pago takes a hard-earned break & the Grand Floridian plans for the future. We have several fascinating DVC updates today. That’ll Do, Pig When Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort started its massive overhaul, the Great Ceremonial House ceded its core responsibility for a while. Guests no longer checked in at the lobby’s front desk. Instead, […]

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The New Jungle Cruise Opens and Other Disneyland News

The new and improved Jungle Cruise has opened at Disneyland! We’ll talk about that and plenty of other park updates today! Jungle Cruise Returns A while ago, Disney confirmed that it would modernize Jungle Cruise as part of its Fifth Key implementation. Some ride elements no longer seem fitting for the inclusive nature of a […]

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The EPCOT Monorail Has Reopened and Other WDW Park News

The Walt Disney World monorail is running at full strength again. Also, some attractions will have quick refurbs this week, and fireworks times are changing. So we’ve got several important park updates to cover today. The EPCOT Monorail System Is Back Last year, EPCOT reopened on July 15th, only without one of its most essential […]

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