Your Disney World Travel Questions Answered

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Heading to Walt Disney World?

We answer your Disney travel questions on this weeks Mouse Chat podcast

Planning a trip to Walt Disney World?  We cover travel questions direct from our Mouse Chatters on Facebook and answer them on this weeks Mouse Chat podcast.


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Author: Steve Griswold

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  1. Hello Mousechat!

    Love your show, been listening to your podcast for a while. LOVE THE TANGENTS! I wanted to clarify the DAS pass, as I have one for myself. You no longer get a card, it is registered under your ticket and they take your picture to assure you are not abusing this pass, along with everyone in your party must be present and linked to your account. The time wait is supposed to be half the wait time for each ride when you go to schedule your return time. The more popular rides will be a longer wait then the less popular rides. You are allowed up to 10 people under your account and the pass will be active on your account for 60 days. This pass is NOT a fast pass, and I’m glad you guys mention how it was abused years prior. I am a person with mental disabilities, sometimes cannot make it through a whole day in those crowds so this pass is very helpful

    Truly love your group and podcast. Disney lover since birth!! Keep the shows coming.

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    • Thanks Ally for the information in the Disney DAS pass. This is very helpful for us and others heading to Walt Disney World on vacation that are looking for information on how DAS works.


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  2. I haven’t listened to today’s podcast yet, but I just had the BEST phone conversation with Chris Wood. She’s helping me plan a last minute trip to WDW, and I think I’ve found my new best friend!

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    • Thanks Alicia for the wonderful comments and we always appreciate when a Mouse Chatter books their vacation with one of us. Hey it’s free and you get your personal Mouse Chatter there to help you save money AND give you Disney tips.

      I’m so glad Chris was able to help with your Walt Disney World Vacation.


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  3. I am having issues with the subscription to your podcast on Google Play. The last episode I see is the previous one on 24 hours in WDW. I keep getting notifications that a new episode is available, but when I go to the subscription, I don’t see them.

    I tried to unsubscribe and re-subscribe, but now I cannot find the podcast when I do a search so that I can re-subscribe.

    Is this something you can look into and fix?

    Love the podcast and hope this gets resolved soon.

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    • Thanks Chad.

      Hmm, I’m not sure. Google Play is new for podcasts and we were one of the first on there. We just send them the feed so I don’t know why that issue is coming up. I’ll see what we can do.


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  4. Hi guys,
    I have just recently been turned on to Podcasts due to having to drive my 3 children back-and-forth to all their activities. In one of your most recent podcasts miles from tomorrowland was mentioned and no one knew that he was a cartoon character ( as I wouldn’t have either except for that I have a toddler). I am a huge fan of Disney and like you, I have been visiting the Parks for years. We live in Virginia and because we are active duty, we maintain our Florida residency and are able to afford season passes. ? We were there in January, I will be making the trip with just me and my three kids, 9,7 and 4, in August (not the first time Ive done that) and then returning again in January to stay at the yacht Club for my first ever Disney Marathon!!!!

    I would love to be a guest speaker sometime to help answer questions about toddlers in the parks, how to manage the parks with different ages of kids by yourself, military ticket/resort questions and, in the future, first time Disney marathon questions. I have lots of insight on disney and love learning more. Hope to chat soon.


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  5. Some time has passed since you talked about the halloween and xmas party dates & ticket prices. But, I happened to think about something I have never heard as a tip or advice, unless it’s something TA’s keep in their back pockets for their clients.
    If you are vacationing in WDW from the time Not-So- Scarey begins and Very Merry ends. You would be best advised to get park hopper ticket so that you have more than 3 days a week when it’s worth it to, due to tickets, to go to the Magic Kingdom at least for the morning or afternoon.
    I actually thought of this early last December when we went for a week. We had annual passes and were not bothered by the many parties. But, if we had regular tickets I would have been ^#$*)$^#$((**^&… You know what I mean?

    Thanks for all your podcast work.

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    • Hi PG,

      You are correct. Depending on when you are vacationing at Walt Disney World you might look into Park Hopper Tickets so you don’t have to leave the Magic Kingdom early and be without a nighttime park during Sept – December special event party nights.


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