When to use Extra Magic Hours

When to use Extra Magic Hours

by Dad
(The Office)

 




Hi. Dad here with Dad's Tip of the Week. This week we're talking about when you should use Extra Magic Hours. Extra Magic Hours are just cool Or, as Crush would say "Dude, it's so KEWL."

Morning breaks over Tomorrowland

Morning Extra Magic Hours are a great time to visit Tomorrowland - Photo by Matthew Cooper


With Extra Magic Hours you get to be in the parks when nobody else is around, no lines, it's just great.

Dad's Extra Magic Hours page

So when should you use Extra Magic Hours?

Number one, you have to be a Disney Hotel guest. Extra Magic Hours are a perk for Disney Hotel guests.

Number two, you should do it when you've got park hoppers. If you got to Extra Magic Hours, the park fills up, you want to jump to another park that's a good thing.

Number three, if you don't have park hoppers you do it on a light to moderate crowd days. When it gets busier than moderate crowd days the Extra Magic Hours park will be, especially the morning Extra Magic Hours this doesn't really apply to the evening Extra Magic Hours, the morning Extra Magic Hour park will be the busier park typically. Magic Kingdom sometimes skews that off a little bit. Magic Kingdom's always busy but the other parks you might want to avoid those parks on morning Extra Magic Hours days.

Number four, evening Extra Magic Hours anytime you can. Evening Extra Magic Hours are great. Most people will leave the parks after the fireworks, after the parades and evening Extra Magic Hours are only available at the Magic Kingdom and Epcot. So after those fireworks, after those parades there's nobody there. Evening Extra Magic Hours, if you can stay up that late, sometimes it's 2:00, 3:00, 4:00 in the morning, those are really cool.

 

one day free in the parks

Dad's Bottom Line

So Dad's bottom line, Extra Magic Hours are KEWL. Use them when you can.

We'll see you next week. Bye bye.

 

 

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