PassPorter Top Ten Tips
Every month we write a column of Top Ten Tips for getting the most out of your vacation at Walt Disney World. These tips are sent to the media (newspapers, magazines, etc.), to our PassPorter Partners, and to the folks who request more information about PassPorter. We're pleased to also make them available to you here, along with any links to information on our Web site or elsewhere on the Web that may be of assistance.
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|Recent Tip Columns
March 2000 Topics: free vacation planning video from Walt Disney World, flying may be less expensive than you think, using recreational facilities at other resorts, getting around with strollers, wheelchairs, and ECVs, making priority seating arrangements in advance, getting a birthday button at the Magic Kingdom, 7th Annual International Flower & Garden Festival, Atlanta Braves spring training, saving up with Disney Dollars, and saving money by eating fewer meals.
January 2000 Topics: asking friends and family for Disney advice, deciding whether or not to rent a car, choosing lodging for large families or groups, planning a vacation you can enjoy, dining kid-style at Disney, vacationing at the Disney Institute, keeping your group together in the parks, visiting Disney for the Indy 200, and packing for winter temperatures.
December 1999 Topics: organizing planning nights, traveling Interstate 75, tipping at resorts, protecting your feet, getting a drink near the Magic Kingdom, finding Hidden Mickeys, keeping toys and games on hand for young ones, viewing the Candlelight Processional, enjoying New Year's Eve in the World, and eating breakfast in your room.
November 1999 Topics: breaking in new shoes and clothes, getting from the airport to Walt Disney World, staying on-property vs. off-property, deciding what to do, dining at off-peak hours, getting autographs from Disney characters, keeping families in-touch, visiting the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, vacationing during the busy holiday season, and saving money by creating and sticking to a budget.
October 1999 Topics: planning Disney vacations in advance, watching for air fare sales, using Disney's package delivery service, making the most of FASTPASS, ordering special health- or religiously-oriented meals at Disney restaurants, collecting and trading pins, taking kids out of school for vacation, enjoying Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, vacationing in early December, and comparing package prices.
September 1999 Topics: reading travel guides, saving with AAA, arriving early at your resort, visiting Disney's Animal Kingdom, making the most of character breakfasts, celebrating with fireworks cruises, dealing with different time zones, visiting during Disney's Millennium Celebration, visiting Disney in the autumn, and bringing your own bottled water.