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[15 Jan 2017 | No Comment | ]
The Week in Disney News: Special Star Wars Event, Swan and Dolphin Food and Wine Classic, and More

Happy Sunday! It’s time to recap the biggest Disney news stories from last week.
The first Epcot International Festival of the Arts kicked off January 13 and we have the full menus for the Food Studios plus some information on the the Festival merchandise.
Disney Vacation Club launched the ‘Membership Magic Ever After’ initiative for DVC members in 2017.
Star Wars Day at Sea is returning for select Disney Cruise Line sailings in 2018. And, there’s a one-day Star Wars special event planned at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on April 14.
The Disney California Adventure …

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[3 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
MyMagic+ Now Available to All Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Guests and One Day Park Guests

MyMagic+ appears to be moving out of the “test” phase at the Walt Disney World Resort as the service is now available to all guests, including one-day visitors.
Disney has announced that guests who are visiting the theme parks for just one day are now able to utilize the MyMagic+ service before their visit. This includes the ability to register at My Disney Experience online, reserve FastPass+, and purchase MagicBands on site.
In addition to this change, Disney Parks has announced that all guests will be able to add additional FastPass+ “entitlements” …

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[16 Dec 2012 | 3 Comments | ]
Disney Gets Geeky: Disney’s NextGen Technology, iPad/iPhone Apps, RFID Cards and Readers, and Magic Bands, Oh My!

Editor’s Note: Today, contributing writer Cari Keebaugh is offering a great look into some fun new technology coming to Disney Parks.  Take it away, Cari!
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For those of you who don’t speak techno-jargon, the above string of zeros and ones is binary code for the word HELLO. Technology has advanced beyond binary, of course, and Disney has most certainly been keeping up with the technological times.
First, everyone has been hearing a lot lately about NextGen technology. Disney has already begun implementing several NextGen features, such as mobile apps that keep guests …