Disneyland VIP Tour + $500 Giveaway

Getting the VIP treatment at Disney was the most amazing experience we have had as a family.  We went to Disneyland on Christmas and the park was at capacity.  Waiting in line for rides during these times can be a bit much, but with a Disneyland VIP tour you don’t need to worry about that.  Our VIP Tour made us fall even more in love with Disney.

So what is a VIP Tour?  

It’s kind of like a fast pass but even better.  There is a misconception that you don’t have to wait in line.  Okay okay, it is true at many rides.  The best way to describe it is like having an unlimited fast pass.  For example, for the Radiator Springs Racers in Cars Land we waited in the fast pass line.  While we didn’t need to physically get a fast pass we did have to wait in the (short) fast pass line.  It was only 10 minutes compared to the nearly two hour wait.  With VIP you can ride any ride as many times as your heart desires.  

I repeat..AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WANT!  That’s like Disneyland heaven!  

You have a personal guide to help give you the most magical Disneyland experience.  Our tour guide, Savannah, was the sweetest girl.  She made sure my boys, especially Damian, had the best experience.  Our VIP tour was a birthday present for Damian and Savannah made sure he had the best day.  She asked him who his favorite characters were, what rides he wanted to go on, and provided lots of fun facts about the park. 

Your VIP tour guide is your personal Disneyland encyclopedia.  They know the quickest routes to each destination, can recommend and book the best lunch and dinner spots, and make sure you get to see the characters you want to see.  

Damian really wanted to meet Buzz Lightyear and Mickey.  The line for Mickey was insanely long, but we were able to cut through a passage and meet Mickey in practically an instant.

Pax’s face when he saw Mickey was the cutest.

We were able to do 3 days worth of Disneyland in one day with our VIP tour!  

We were able to go on every ride we wanted.  Our other two non-VIP days at Disney were super relaxed since we didn’t feel rushed to get everything done.

A big perk of the VIP tour is having reserved seats for the fireworks, World of Color, and parades!  That means so searching to find a spot for all the best shows.  You have the best seats in the park!

The tour itself is at least 6 hours and you can build from there.  So how much does it cost?  That depends.  It can run around $500 per hour (with a six hour minimum).  However, our tour was gifted from a 33 Club member, Team Lally.  Thank you Uncle Jim!

Have you ever experienced a VIP Tour at Disneyland or Walt Disney World?

 

I’m teaming up with a fun group of Disney loving bloggers to give one of YOU a $500 Disney Dollars gift card.  This can be used at any of the parks OR any Disney Store.  Be sure to check out each of their blogs for more Disney magic!

/ Lipgloss and Crayons / At Home with the Zierings / Lovestalgia / Casual Claire / Mrs. Kathy King / Still Being Molly / Glam Hungry Mom / Merlot Mommy / The Eyes of a Boy / Happily Hughes /

 

What I’m watching on Netflix – Jan 2017

We are moving to Washington next week so it’s safe to say life has been hectic.  Damian was sick and now I am too.  I prefer to have a show on in the background and obviously it’s via Netflix.  Times like these are when I am especially grateful for being a #StreamTeam member.   Here’s what we’re watching in our semi-packed up house.

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Green Goddess Makeup Tutorial

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You guys!  I’m wearing something other than neutrals. I know it’s shocking right?  What’s really funny is I used to always wear colors, but I think I get in so much of a routine at times.  I teamed up with my beautiful girlfriend, Jasmine Maria, for a makeup collab.  We showing you two beautifully different looks with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Self Made Palette.  One of my biggest requests is more makeup tutorials – especially colors.  I hope you guys love this green goddess makeup tutorial!

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