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  • On May 25, 2010
    Stephanie from GA Asked

    Hi I want to know if I have a visitor come to my resort will there be a problem if they were to ride with my family on the buses to the parks? Or do we have to scan something every time we get on the bus?

    Hey, Stephanie! Visiting Disney World is like staying with a familiar friend. It's usually comfortable and convenient with very little fuss. No one will ask for resort IDs, and there is nothing to present when you board any WDW transportation. They are just gracious that way. I personally think that the policy is not legalistic because they want guests (who may not be staying at a Disney resort) to feel welcome and want to come back to stay. Sounds like good 'ol Southern hospitality to me, Stephanie...and maybe a great business strategy, too! ;)

    So, show your guest(s) around your resort and tell them of the perks you experience by staying on Disney property: (1) Magical Express (2) Extra Magic Hours (3) Dining Plans (4) Resort Transportation (5) Package Delivery and (6) Golf Benefits. Not to mention, you gotta love the feeling of being a Disney insider! I hope you all have a great time together and maybe my answer helps relieve any concerns you may have. Have a wonderful day and a most magical vacation!
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