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Disney theme parks take $3.5 billion hit due to coronavirus

Disney said Tuesday afternoon that its theme parks division took a $3.5 billion hit due to the coronavirus pandemic. Disney Parks reported an 85% decline...

Disney World projects that will still get completed — and those that may be...

Disney World shut down in one reality in mid-March and reopened in mid-July to an entirely changed world. Before 2020 got weird, to say the...

5 tips for planning your Walt Disney World trip in 2020

Planning a Walt Disney World Resort vacation can be months, even years, in the making. There's deciding on which of the four theme parks and...

Disney World Closes Mask Loophole, Bans Eating And Drinking While Walking

Add “eating and drinking while walking” to the list of things you can’t do at Walt Disney World in the pandemic era. Like some Las...

Disney won’t give you a picture from your ride if you don’t wear a...

The magical world of Disney has implemented quite a few changes as the Magic Kingdom Park reopened to visitors in Florida this weekend. In addition...
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Disney World resuming 2020 park ticket sales, hotel bookings Thursday

Walt Disney World announced they will be resuming ticket sales for their theme parks and hotels starting on Thursday. Previously, Disney said they put 2020’s...

Disney Parks Commitment to Health & Safety Measures

As Disney continues the phased reopenings of their parks and resorts across the world, promoting health and safety for guests, cast members, and the...

Disney World Draws Excitement and Incredulity as Reopening Nears

The mega-resort will welcome back visitors on Saturday even as coronavirus cases in Florida remain high. In doing so, Disney steps...

Here’s What Qualifies as a Mask in Disney World… No Gaiters!

Forget the neck gaiters and bandannas. Disney is placing pretty strict requirements on what is considered a face mask, and they will...

Tourism Industry Wants “Explore America” Tax Credit To Grant $4,000 Per Household For Travel...

Industry lobbyists are circulating a plan in Congress and at the White House that would dangle $4,000 tax breaks in front of Americans to get them to begin traveling and spending money at hotels, theme parks and other tourism businesses.
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