Heading To Disney? Don't Miss These Park Tips
Heading To Disney? Don't Miss These Park Tips
Nov 05, 2018 LifeWear
Experts Ashlie and Chris make your stay a breeze.
Chris and Ashlie, also known as @thedisneyduoo, are Disney experts. They spend a lot of time in the Happiest Place On Earth, and when they’re hanging out in the land of Mickey, Pluto, and Donald Duck, they love to wear tees from UNIQLO’s Disney Magic For All collection.


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Thinking about a trip to the Magic Kingdom? Chris and Ashlie offer up their best park tips below, all while clad in their Disney tee best. Take it away, guys!

GET THE APP


“The Disneyland app is a great source of information. From ride wait times to show times for parades or shows through the park, it has it all! It also has the new mobile ordering system, so you can now order your food ahead of time and pick it up when you want! The best thing about the Disneyland app is you can utilize your Max Pass (if purchased) and book Fast Passes directly on your phone! This would be our biggest tip for anyone who plans on visiting the parks.”

INVEST IN A MAX PASS


“The cost is $10, and with it, you can book Fast Passes directly on your cell phone rather than going to the attraction and scanning your park ticket. Bonus tip: As soon as you get scanned into the park, you can book a Fast Pass! Purchasing Max Pass also gives you unlimited photo downloads for the day on any pictures taken on the rides or with a photo pass cast member.


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STAY COMFORTABLE


“Wear a comfortable outfit and shoes. You will be walking around a lot, so make sure the shoes you wear are going to last all day and into the night. There is nothing worse than having your feet hurt while trying to enjoy the magic at Disneyland or worse, getting blisters! As for clothing, wear something you will be comfortable in with all kinds of weather.”

HIT THE BIG RIDES EARLY


“Lines are expected. Some can be four hours of waiting time! But there is a way to get past the lines and enjoy the parks to the fullest. For bigger attractions that rack up the wait times such as Peter Pan, Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Indiana Jones, and Haunted Mansion, we suggest hitting those rides either early before the majority of the crowds arrive or right before closing, since most of the crowds have left for the day. If a wait time is too long, consider going as a single rider, too.”


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SEE THE ROPE DROP


“Rope drop is a great experience where Disneyland lets guests into the park about 15-30 minutes early, and everyone is held where the Walt and Mickey statue is. Right as the park officially opens, an announcement will be played on the speakers welcoming everyone to Disneyland! The cast members then drop a physical rope and the guest are able to enjoy the park as they please. It’s a great thing to experience at least once.”

MAKE THE MOST OF MEALTIMES


“Bring your own water bottle. There are multiple areas in the park that offer refilling stations for water. You can also get ice from any of the self-service stations to keep your drink cold. For food, splitting meals with someone means each of you can try a different food item. This will help save money and allow people to get to try a variety of things without having to buy a whole meal.”


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BRING YOUR BATTERY PACK


“Last but not least, bring an external battery to keep your electronics charged. You will be using them all day while at the parks, and it’s terrible when you want to use your phone or camera and the battery dies. Don’t have one? You can always pick up a fuel rod at the resort that will keep items changed via USB. They cost about $30 and come with a cord to charge your items. These have been a life saver at the parks, and the great thing about them is, you can switch them out for free once they’re out of juice!”
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