Unlike a hard-ticket party event, like Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, guests need regular park admission PLUS the price of the Early Morning Magic ticket (currently $69/adult, but will go to $79 beginning December 2).
Me, I avoid Fantasyland on general principle, but my sister-in-law took our adorable five-year-old niece to Early Morning Magic last week and said it was totally worth it for the price. They had experienced the three attractions multiple times (like more than three times each) and eaten their fill of breakfast in less than an hour.
So this week, I’m asking:
If you have a child who enjoys Fantasyland, would you pay extra for Early Morning Magic?
- No (59%, 113 Votes)
- Yes (29%, 56 Votes)
- Maybe (comment) (11%, 21 Votes)
Total Voters: 190
Let us know your reasoning in the comments!
Last week we asked about the new Disney Cruise Line itineraries for 2020. On both the blog and Twitter, the plurality of you were in the same boat I am (see what I did there?) and not particularly excited by any of the news. However a third of you are happy about the return of the Hawaii cruises. This is born out by the fact that right now both Hawaii cruises are sold out. Granted some of these may be speculative bookings which will clear out when payment is due, but for now it’s full.
For comparison, the Vancouver to Honolulu 10-night cruise in 2015 had availability up until the cruise date. Most of the categories for cabins on either 2020 Hawaii cruise did not even make it to the general public offering.
Are you one of the lucky cruisers who booked a Disney cruise for early 2020? Brag about it the comments.