There are ways to do Disney and there ways not to do Disney...
Those that do go and enjoy the entirety of the experience, it is not just parks...get the most benefit
I have been as many as five and as little as two times a year for the past, 15 years with my family.
We did the vacation club route and it has worked nicely along with season passes.
One off trips if planned badly, can result in increased costs, line standing and a less than enjoyable time.
138ish days till i get back.... cannot wait.
Prices have increased over the years, especially the food and wine festival, i have been to almost all 13/15.... but if you strategically plan, you don't have to spend an arm and a leg.
One trick.... don't pay with the magic band...that is a no brainer.
I run my dude on a prong or a Martingale, depending on where we are going. If I don't know who we'll run into, I'll run the prong. He can pass by 5 people with no issue, and then on the 6th one, sense something, and go into defensive mode, so he needs some "reminder" to stand down. It's nice to know the Level One training is working.
Doesn't work that way.....what works is:
1) either an immediate unconditional ill take it in the thread, followed by PM by the buyer
2) a negotiation that has been agreed to via PM, without an immediate unconditional ill take it in the thread, that results in a SPF by the seller.
As you can see, you didn't get the ill take it in, before the aforementioned negotiation took place resulting in an agreed to SPF post.
The next logical choice, as no funds have changed hands, is "ill take it if the deal falls through" or commonly called seconds.
If you would.like to be next in line, in case it falls through, post that.
I just popped on there, are they nuts? You have to commit to a 2 hour block of time, and there's only two time slots during the 2 days of the week (Wed and Fri): 2-4 and 5-7. You have to show up one hour early of your reservation to check in..
On Sat and Sun, there's two time slots, 9-11 and 12:30 - 2:30.
Each time slot has a max of 16 reservations per slot, so once they hit 16, they're closed. Forget about showing up and waiting for the next open booth.
To renew membership, you also have to reserve that time slot, which are different than shooting slots...
What a C.F.