Why You Should Be Ordering Groceries for Your Disney Vacation – And How to Do It

You’re on vacation and the last thing you want to do is cook or eat in. And trust me, I – of all people – am not about to suggest you do anything close that.

However, there are some benefits to ordering groceries to be delivered to your hotel room while you’re on vacation at Disney, Universal, or in general. I’m going to go through those -and then introduce you to a small business that can help you get groceries to your Disney World resort room in a flash.

**Disclaimer: This post contains an affiliate link for a business that sponsored me to try their delivery service. Ordering via that link will allow me to receive a small commission, but will not cost you any extra**

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Here’s What’s On My Disney World Christmas 2019 To-Do List

November 8th is a HUGE day. Maybe even as huge November 12th (Disney+ Day).

What’s today? Today – November 8th – is the kick off to nearly all the Disney Holiday festivities and decorations at Disney World’s parks. (The only thing we’re waiting on now is Epcot’s Festival of the Holidays, but we’ve still got a couple solid weeks of Food & Wine so no one’s complaining)

Tonight is the first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party of the season, which has been sold out since mid-October. It’s also the start of all decorations, special shows, holiday meet and greets, and more inside Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom, along with the festive fun at Disney Springs.

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How to Use Uber Around Disney World and Universal Orlando as an Alternative to On-Site Transportation

Earlier this week, Universal Orlando and Uber jointly announced they would be implementing a $4 fee for all pick-up rides from their theme parks.

This comes after Universal recently added a new rideshare pick up area inside their parking garage, as opposed to sharing space with the buses and taxi companies.

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Which ticket is best for Halloween Horror Nights? My Complete Guide to HHN Tickets and Passes

Halloween Horror Nights is marketed as the “nation’s premier Halloween event.” I’m not one to always share out a company’s media tag on a whim, but in this case, I believe that is 100% true.

HHN at Universal Orlando is the best theme park event I’ve ever been to. They have the best haunted houses I’ve ever seen (and I’m counting scare zones in that). And you get many of the regular theme park attractions for your price of admission. You can’t beat this deal.

Tickets for HHN may seem straightforward to some. They have single night tickets that you can buy online or in-person at the gate. But if you do either of those options, you’re probably losing money and/or you’re not getting much done.

Like with any theme park vacation these days, you have to do a bit of research to make sure you are are being the most effective and planning ahead to make best use of your time. Fortunately, this guide will break down all the prices and help you start to do the math for your own trip.

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Surf’s Up: Typhoon Lagoon H2O Glow Nights Review

Perhaps one of the best hidden gems, that isn’t really hidden at all, are Disney’s water parks. Before this summer, I had never been to either and didn’t see much of a reason to go.

I thought: I can stay on site and use the pool at my hotel. Or ride a water ride in the parks. Why do I need to pay more money to go to a water park?

Typhoon Lagoon far exceeded my expectations and experiencing at night during a special event made it even better. How did it do that? Keep reading.

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