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Weekly Giveaway: Win the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World With Kids 2014

by Leap on October 23, 2013 · 15 Comments · in Giveaways & Contests

Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with KidsHoppy Wednesday from the Frog Family! It’s time for our weekly giveaway.

Every Wednesday this month, we’re giving away the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids 2014 edition, signed by authors Bob Sehlinger and Liliane Opsomer. This is a treat for us, since we are mentioned in the book as a recommended source for discount tickets to your favorite Orlando theme parks and attractions!

While we have multiple ways of entering, we love reading what you have to say. This week, we’d like to know what your favorite kid-friendly Walt Disney World Resort attraction is and why! Share in comments below.

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER GIVEAWAY. The Weekly Undercover Tourist Giveaway is open only to residents of the 50 US/DC, 18 or older as of the last day of the month prior to the date of entry. Void where prohibited by law. Weekly entries will be accepted every Wednesday between the hours of 8:30 AM – 11:59 PM CST. Details for the weekly giveaway will be posted on the Undercover Tourist Blog. Winners will be selected randomly through Rafflecopter and announced by the Undercover Tourist blog. Up to three (3) winners will be chosen each week; multiple entries in a single day will not be accepted. Winners have to respond within 5 days. Anyone found to use multiple accounts to enter will be ineligible. Ends 11:59:59 PM CST on 10/23/2013.

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15 Responses to “Weekly Giveaway: Win the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World With Kids 2014”

  1. vicki says:

    I dont know cause we are planning our first trip

  2. Mark K says:

    We love Soaring it is such and adventure!

  3. Janet Takahashi says:

    It’s a Small World!

  4. Robin Satterwhite says:

    When the boys were little, the first thing we did upon entering MK was to ride the train around to the back of the park so they could ride the Barnstormer and then go to the character areas.

    It was a great way to kick off a visit. We couldn’t just immediately go to the characters because they wanted to ride something immediately. They got to ride the train and the Barnstormer and then they were ready to go get autographs. After that, we were done with the characters and could focus on rides.

    Autographs would get done………….then off to Dumbo.

  5. Amanda Wurz says:

    Dining with the characters has to be my favorite, although it is hard to choose, because there is nothing quite as magical for me as setting my little girls interact with them and totally believing! that’s are so many wonderful things at Disney World, but for my girls, they truly believe that they are princesses while dining at the Royal Table, and that is priceless!

  6. Christine says:

    Riding Dumbo at night with all the lights reflecting off the water.

  7. Christa says:

    My 1st visit was 2 yrs ago with my 1 & 1/2 yr old son. He was so excited about the Peter Pan ride! To this day Captain Hook is his idle (not sure if that’s a good thing lol). We are going again this Nov & I’m sure he will love it even more now that he’s 3!

  8. Donna says:

    Toy Story Mania. Love the 4D adventure!

  9. Vern Woodruff says:

    The one attraction at Disney that truly impressed us and was greatly enjoyed by my 3 children is also one of the newest: Enchanted Tales with Belle. The interactive nature of this attraction is exceedingly fun, especially when any guest that wants to have a part in telling the “Beauty and the Beast” story can be a character. In some ways, we found this to be similar to the character meals we enjoyed during our visit because of the interaction with Belle. However, this one had the advantage of not trying to eat and keeping an eye on the characters. Plus the best part is that it was free with park admission. Our three children all were selected for a part in the story, with our 5 year old daughter playing Philipe, our 8 year old son was Chip and our 7 year old son selected to play Beast. It was our most memorable attaction.

  10. Sherree' Wilkey says:

    Tom Sawyers Island!

  11. Jonathan B says:

    The best is probably Peter Pan… for both kids and adults. I remember riding it as a kid and feeling the magic permeating from each and every minute of the adventure. Now as an adult one can still feel that magic, especially with kids with you and around you. It is certainly contagious.

  12. Megan says:

    Ours is splash mountain. My girls have a look of pure ezcitemt and my
    Husband of pure shock!

  13. Bill says:

    Can’t wait to plan a trip with this book with my 8 year old daughter. It will be her first visit and my first since 1992

  14. Robbyn says:

    We love Peter Pan! It is timeless without being over the top.

  15. Vinh Nguyen says:

    My 8m/o son loved the new Little Mermaid ride when we went last January. I think it was all the colors and movement. I’m curious to see how he responds to it when we go again this January.

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