A New Disney Cruise Perk for Concierge Guests

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A Disney Cruise Line vacation is a very unique experience with all the magic and charm you would expect from the brand, but Disney is taking steps to increase the value of booking their concierge-level staterooms.

On my recent sailing onboard the Disney Dream, the concierge cast members let me know of a brand new perk they are trying onboard the Disney ships.  As a concierge-level guest, you can now enter the Walt Disney Theater early to select the best seats in the house.

Here is how it works.

Planning to see the live stage show in the theater?  Just gather in the concierge lounge (or other designated location) approx  30 minutes prior to the show.

The concierge guests will be escorted to the theater via a backstage pathway to avoid the lines outside the theater doors.

Guests enter the theater and are allowed to select their preferred seats before the doors open to the rest of the guests.

They will open the doors for all guests to join in one of the best theatrical experiences at sea.

PLUS!  Once you are seated, show your gold Key Card and you get a bucket of freshly popped popcorn free!

Enjoy The Show!

 

Beci Mahnken is Chief Magic Maker at MEI-Travel & Mouse Fan Travel. With more than 20 years in the travel biz, she is a frequent guest on many travel and Disney community podcasts including WDW Radio, Mousetalgia, LaughingPlace.com and All About The Mouse. She was recognized by Travel + Leisure magazine as the Super A-List Agent for Disney travel and serves on their Earmarked Advisory Board. Beci has long worked with the Disney fan community to help support fan efforts and create high profile events and has a passion for supporting deserving charities with a special emphasis on animal welfare efforts. She has a love for exploring history, ocean cruising, river cruising and served on advisory boards for the prestigious GTM event and TravelAge West Magazine. Beci's dedicated to her craft of sharing the magic of travel with anyone who will listen.

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