If you have ever visited Disney World or have view a Disney Blog or video, you most-likely have come across a term that you were unaware of or did not know what it meant. DisneyDawgs has put together some of the most common terms used that may not mean what you think they mean when you visit the parks. Let us know if there are any other terms that are not here that you may not be 100% sure of its meaning.
This is the name of the line for rides at the parks if you do not have a FastPass
FastPass+® is the program that allows you to reserve a time for rides in the Walt Disney World Resort.
This is an addon to your park tickets that allow you to visit more than one park a day.
This is the morning opening of a park… In most cases, Cast Members actually hold a rope and drop it to allow guests into the park.
Originally you needed to use tickets to ride the attractions at Magic Kingdom. An “E” Ticket ride was generally one of the most popular rides and used the more expensive “E” Ticket.
This is the best place to find a Disney Character to have you picture taken with
This is the estimated amount of time, in minutes, that you should expect to wait in line to get on a ride or attraction. Wait Times range anywhere from 5 – 120 minutes or more depending on the ride and time of year.
This is what Disney calls all of their employees.
The Disney Dining Plan is offered to those staying at Disney World Resort Hotels. The DDP has three tiers… Quick Service Dining Plan, Dining Plan and Deluxe Dining Plan. The cost of the plan is based on the number of nights and the tier chosen.
This term is used when referring to any restaurant, store, shop, etc that is located on Walt Disney World Property.
This is when no discounts are applied to the cost of a Disney World Resort Hotel room. Generally you are paying full price.