We are going to WDW in April, staying with family, and I have heard about purchasing refillable cups for the 5 days we will be there. Is this an option if you aren't staying onsite? Thanks in advance for your response!
- Asked by Shani from ON on 1/14/2014
The refillable mugs are only for use in the Walt Disney World resort hotels, not in the theme parks. For that reason, the VAST majority of guests who purchase the mugs are those staying at Disney hotel. For example, a refillable mug... read more
3rd trip in May, read on various forums that you can request ice water at any counter service for free? We always bring water with us but thought if this is true would be less to carry around and would be cold. Is there a limit on drinks? thanks
- Asked by Andrea from PA on 1/14/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, and thanks for your great question. Your May visit will be here before you know it!
Staying hydrated is important on a Disney Parks vacation, but purchasing bottled water all day can... read more
Do you know how much bottles of water cost at the hotels and in the parks? Wondering if we should take our own? Should we use a grocery delivery service to our hotel??
- Asked by Mindy from TX on 1/12/2014
On my last visit to Walt Disney World, a bottle of water cost $2.50. It has been this price for quite a while, but as always, prices can and do change, so keep that in mind.
Grocery delivery is always a great option if you're... read more
Hello, what are you allowed to take into the parks? Any snacks or water bottles?
- Asked by Michelle from IN on 1/11/2014
Thank you for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel and for your question. You are welcome to bring small snacks and plastic bottles of water/ juice for your family to enjoy in the Disney Parks. No glass is permitted.
If you have any... read more
Can you take coolers in the parks?
- Asked by Jennifer from FL on 1/10/2014
Sure thing! You are welcome to bring coolers with snacks, sandwiches or other food and drinks with you into the parks, and it's a great way to cut down on food costs or to appease picky eaters. There are a couple of guidelines. The... read more