Girl at Disneyworld
  • On Sep 26, 2022
    Brittney from GA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I want to plan a package vacation that includes magic kingdom and Epcot , with dining. Need a little help

    Hi Brittney,

    Welcome to planDisney and thank you for your question!

    Brittney, you’ve done part of the research already; you know which Parks you want to explore. That’s a great first step! 

    Next, you’ll want to think about which Disney Resorts Collection hotel you’d like to stay in. Some of my favorite resorts are Disney’s All-Star Movies, Disney’s Pop Century, Disney’s Coronado Springs, and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Each hotel is in a specific area of the Walt Disney World Resort. For example, if you’re staying in any of Disney’s All-Star Resorts, they are close to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, so the ride to that Park will be a bit shorter than the other Parks. 

    Once you have an idea about the theme of your hotel and the location. It’s time to pick! There are also other accommodations that you can explore outside of the Disney Resorts Collection. Keep in mind that benefits like Early Theme Park Entry and MagicBand+ might not apply to these resorts that aren’t in the Collection. 

    Now, that you’ve explored your hotel and have one (or two) in mind, you’ll want to think about how many days you’d like to be in the Parks. Since you’ll only be going to Magic Kingdom and EPCOT this time around, you could purchase a two day, one Park per day ticket which will allow you into each of those Parks for one day. You can also look into Park Hopper tickets, which allow you to start in one Park, then “hop” to another beginning at 2:00 p.m.

    After you think about your hotel and tickets, it’s time to book your package. You can do this by using the “Build Your Vacation” option at the top of this webpage. You’ll enter your dates and number of guests, and can pick your hotel and tickets from there! Keep in mind that availability changes often, so if you see something you like definitely grab it.

    Once everything is booked, you’ll need to book Disney Park Passes with your tickets for Magic Kingdom and EPCOT. Each guest in your party will need a pass every time they enter the Parks. With this final step complete, you’ll be on your way!

    I know this was a lot of info, but I hope this “Bit By Bryanna” is helpful in the beginning phases of your planning. If you have other vacation questions in the meantime, please feel free to reach out, I’m always happy to help!

    The Magic Is Calling,

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Meet the Panelist: Bryanna, North Carolina

Welcome to planDisney! My name is Bryanna and I am a "Disney-lifer". I have traveled to the Walt Disney World Resort since my toddler years and I have not been able to get enough of the magic. Whether we are at the one of the Walt Disney World Theme Parks or a Disney Resorts Collection Hotel, it is a way to escape every day life. I have planned many family vacations and now it is my turn to help you. Through my experienced lens, I take joy in being a part of your magical journey! Learn More About Bryanna

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