Must Read eBook: Disney World Hacks (Giveaway & Discount Code) [Winner Announced]

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Update 12/1/17 at 12pm PT: The winner of the free Disney World Hacks ebook is Susan P with this comment:

Our most memorable bad experience was riding the teacups with my daughter, getting nauseous and puking when I got off. Hate things that go in circles.
My most memorable best memory was my daughter weighing her choices on which outfit to spend her money on. She thought it out well.
Hope to make new memories one day again.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the giveaway.  If you did not win, please use GRANT in the promo code field and you’ll get $1 off the ebook price.


Have you been thinking about making all your dreams come true? If you’re a Disney World enthusiast, then I’ve got just what you need! Thank Goofy I found out about a hot off the presses ebook that’s a must read. Have you never been to Disney World and planning a trip, or been there and going again? Even the regular visitor who goes once or twice a year will pick up more Disney World hacks from Dia’s ebook then they can shake a magic wand at.

I just finished reading Dia’s Disney World Hacks ebook and wow, it’s amazing. She is biased both towards value and getting the biggest bang for your buck while at Disney World. She’s honest in admitting that while over-planning can put a damper on your Disney holiday, good planning starts with asking yourself a few questions. The better you know yourself and your family regarding your needs and expectations, the more you’ll enjoy yourself at Disney World. She should know. She’s been there over 20 times!

Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Park. Image source: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/attractions/frozen/

The section of her ebook on lodging options, which she calls The Great Debate, is as awesome as it is thorough. She offers excellent in-depth information about where to and where NOT to stay. She advises where to eat, shop, and really how to manage your whole experience so you maximize fun and minimize stress! She has tons of tips for saving money, too. In fact, if you don’t save money on your Disney World holiday after reading Dia’s ebook, I’ll eat my Minnie Mouse ears!

I really enjoyed Dia’s sense of humor. She speaks Disney, with many more references to Disney characters than I understood! She’s also irreverent and writes well. Heck, I’ve never been to Disney World and have no trips planned, but I enjoyed reading her ebook from start to finish! Getting this ebook is a no brainer if you’ve got Disney World in mind, or know anyone who’s Disney bound. And thanks to Dia’s excitement about wanting to get her knowledge out there, we’ve got a giveaway copy for TWG readers!

Tell me in the comments below what was most memorable about one of your Disney trips. We’ll do a random drawing to select 1 winner. Good luck, everyone!

P.S. In case you’re not feeling lucky and prefer to buy Disney World Hacks eBook, we’ve got a sweet deal for you. Enter GRANT in the promo code field and you’ll get $1 off the ebook price.

16 thoughts on “Must Read eBook: Disney World Hacks (Giveaway & Discount Code) [Winner Announced]

  1. Liz

    I’m headed there this January, for the first ‘real’ trip there since 2006. I went there this summer for one day, and the most memorable thing was the heat! (95 and like 100% humidity …) But other than that, I enjoyed Space Mountain and a few of my favorite rides there.

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  2. Rick

    Was at DW this past spring after not visiting for a few years. The most memorable thing was waiting 2 hours in line to experience the 7 Dwarves Mine Train. It kept breaking down, and the line just stopped as the heat inside the building rose.

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  3. Rick

    @Shelli, you should change the graphic attached to this post. It’s for DisneyLAND, but the ebook is for DisneyWORLD. Confusing/misleading.

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  4. Nathan

    I love the dueling piano bar called Jellyrolls as it’s a great way of escaping all the young kids during a Disney vacation.

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  5. EFJX

    Watching World of Color with my 3 y/o in my arms mesmerized by the show and then at the end he said “awesome” with a big smile on his face.

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  6. Robert

    I’ll be heading back to DW in January. My most memorable moment from a past trip was definitely coordinating poses with my marching band buddies for all the roller coaster pictures.

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  7. Rebecca

    The most memorable was lining up to take pictures with Mickey and Minnie as an adult! The line was longer than all the other ones for the rides but it was worth it!

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  8. Susan P

    My most memorable bad experience was riding the teacups with my daughter, getting nauseous and puking when I got off. Hate things that go in circles.
    My most memorable best memory was my daughter weighing her choices on which outfit to spend her money on. She thought it out well.

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  9. Susan P

    Our most memorable bad experience was riding the teacups with my daughter, getting nauseous and puking when I got off. Hate things that go in circles.
    My most memorable best memory was my daughter weighing her choices on which outfit to spend her money on. She thought it out well.
    Hope to make new memories one day again.

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  10. Kurt

    Most memorable has to be me being 13 yr old kid at disney experience being around christina aguilera and ryan gosling in 1994 and not know where they would end up.

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  11. Rich

    Stayed at the Bay Lake Towers before leaving early the next morning for a Disney Cruise a couple of years ago – my daughter went onto the balcony to get one last look at Magic Kingdom (at 3:30 a.m) and the overnight crew was just finishing up putting the “icicles” onto the Palace – and lit it up! That was pretty special for us all to see at Halloween :)

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