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Vote of the Week: Have You Gotten Shut Out of a Crowded Theme Park During the Holidays?

By Robert Niles: Welcome to the busiest week of the year in the theme park industry, when, right on schedule, the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Park at the Disneyland Resort in California both closed for a time today, due to overwhelming crowds. Show More Summary

MyMagic+ is Coming to Other Disney Parks, but How Will It Change?

By Robert Niles: Disney will roll out its MyMagic+ vacation planning system beyond the Walt Disney World Resort to its other theme parks, Disney Parks Chairman Tom Staggs told the Orlando Sentinel. Yet the system will change as it moves to California's Disneyland Resort, and potentially to other resorts abroad, Staggs said. Show More Summary

Ariana Grande sings ‘Santa Tell Me’ on Disney Frozen Christmas (VIDEO)

Ariana Grande sang 'Santa Tell Me' on Disney Frozen Christmas from Walt Disney World in Florida. All hail the new queen of Christmas! Watch the video here: The post Ariana Grande sings ‘Santa Tell Me’ on Disney Frozen Christmas (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.

My Christmas Morning at Walt Disney World

By Robert Niles: Here's a story from our first book, Stories from a Theme Park Insider, that we offer for your enjoyment during the commercials while you watch the "Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration" (formerly known as The Walt...Show More Summary

Five Holiday Favorites & Other Films on Netflix Instant Right Now

Starting this evening, a whole slew of films are hitting movie theaters including Disney's musical Into the Woods, Angelina Jolie's World War II drama Unbroken, the controversial comedy The Interview (check out the full list of theaters playing the film here) and Mark Wahlberg's The Gambler. Show More Summary

Disney World to finally accept Apple Pay

Imagine that...Disney embracing another way to take your money. The post Disney World to finally accept Apple Pay appeared first on AppleTell.

Disney World to accept Apple Pay, Google Wallet starting this week

Those headed to Walt Disney World for the holidays may rarely have to pull out a credit card. Disney has announced that its massive Orlando-area theme park and resort will now accept contactless forms of payment like Apple Pay and Google Wallet beginning this Wednesday, Dec. Show More Summary

Apple Pay is coming to ‘The Happiest Place on Earth’

Come Christmas Eve, Apple is going to make Disney parks a lot better, as smartphone users will finally be able to buy things at them with their favorite mobile devices. As WDWMagic reports, Apple Pay is coming to Walt Disney World before Christmas and will reach Disneyland Resort next year. Show More Summary

Apple Pay support coming to Disney World this week

With 2015 just around the corner, the rollout of Apple Pay continues to expand slowly but surely. The most recent addition to the Apple Pay mix is Walt Disney World, not to be confused with Disney Stores that already accept Apple Pay. According to a...

Apple Pay to be welcome at Walt Disney World

Starting December 24, visitors to Orlando's Walt Disney World can use Apple Pay to buy tickets, merchandise and other items.

Review: 'Into the Woods'

In the generation since "Into the Woods" opened on Broadway, the entertainment world has recycled a forest's worth of enchantress-based, princess-dependent and fairy tale-steeped mythology for mass consumption, from Disney's "Frozen" and "Maleficent" to the smaller screen's "Grimm," "Once...

Leah Messer Unwinds From Drama With Trip To Disney World Wedding

There is no doubt Leah Messer has a lot going on in her life so it shouldn’t be a surprise that she is taking some time to escape the drama. The Teen Mom 2 star jetted off to Orlando, Florida to take part as a bridesmaid in her friend’s wedding. Perhaps the best part, though, Leah Messer Unwinds From Drama With Trip To Disney World Wedding is an article from: The Inquisitr News

Disney World starts accepting Apple Pay and Google Wallet this week

Making a trip to Walt Disney World during the holidays? You might not avoid the long queues or endless parking lots, but you won't always have to pull out your wallet. As promised back in September, the Orlando area theme park will start accepting mo...

Machine Gun America allows teens to fire automatic weapons

Dozens of gun lovers played out their Rambo fantasies inside the 13,000-sq. ft. range, located just six miles from Disney World.

Apple Pay launching at Walt Disney World on Christmas Eve, Disneyland in 2015

The Walt Disney Company's expansive Orlando theme park empire will reportedly begin accepting Apple's fast-growing mobile payments system this week, while Disneyland Resort in California is expected to follow suit next year.

Disney World will accept Apple Pay from December 24

We know that Eddy Cue has used Apple Pay to buy Frozen toys before, and from December 24 he can take his Disney love to the next level, thanks to the news that the Walt Disney World Resort is set to … Read more ›

As expected, Walt Disney World will start accepting Apple Pay in time for the holidays

Following in the footsteps of the Disney Stores, Walt Disney World will be accepting Apple Pay from 24th December, reports the company. Initially, most stores, quick service restaurants, bars and ticket sales booths will be included. Any locations that use portable payment terminals, such as table service restaurants, will be added later. To identify payment […]

Walt Disney World starts accepting Apple Pay

Disney announced that it would bring contactless payments to its resorts before Christmas, and is now rolling out the feature this week. Visitors heading to Walt Disney World will now be able to pay using Apple Pay from their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Show More Summary

Musical time-machine to Walt Disney World in the late 1970s

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The amazing Foxxfur has spent 3.5 years assembling a new installment in her "Musical Souvenir of Walt Disney World" series, pulling together audio rarities from WDW in the late 1970s to create a six-hour soundscape that faithfully recreates the incidental music, cast member spiels, and ride narration from one of the golden ages of Disney themeparks. Read the rest

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