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Mickey and Mandy's Very Merry Little Thoughts

To buy the Disney Dining Plan or to not buy the Disney Dining Plan...

Katie Nix

Okay, I’m going to come right out and say it… I  do not like the Disney Dining Plan options and when it comes to saving money, I don’t think it’s a solid option. But first let’s look at the plans so you can decide for yourself. This tasty ice cream snack, featuring your favorite mouse, counts as a meal plan snack but might be cheaper to just purchase at face value.   With the “quick service plan,” you get: Two quick service meals a day at places like a food court or counter service restaurant Two snacks, which can vary...


A Very, Merry (Actual) Birthday to Us!

Mandy Nix

On Sunday, it’ll have been two years since we opened Mickey and Mandy. In some ways, it feels like it’s been forever and I can’t imagine a time where we didn’t have this shop, sharing Disney magic with as many people as we can. And in other instances, it feels like it’s flown by in the blink of an eye. I’ve been sewing and crocheting since I was in elementary school (I won’t tell you how long ago that was) and it wasn’t until two years ago that I developed the courage and, along with my daughter Katie, opened my...


You're not going to believe what these 79 souvenirs cost...

Katie Nix

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Shopping at Disney World is expensive. Ears, which kids will usually outgrow, are around $20. Shirts can range from $15 to $60, depending on what you’re looking for. And do you really want to have to try and pack big toys that you could probably get from a Toys’R’Us at home? No, of course not. But you still want something for you (and your kids) to remember this once in a lifetime trip by. Fear not. There’s a solution to your souvenir sadness – pressed pennies. Pressed pennies are available throughout the Disney World parks and resorts and cost $.51...


How to pick the perfect Disney World experience for the perfectly lowest price

Katie Nix

So you want to go to Disney World. You sit down at the computer to check out the on-site hotels and the first one that pops up is “Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.” You start looking through the pictures. You fall in love. And as quickly as you fall in love with it your stomach falls into your shoes — over $450 a night?? That’s insane! You walk away from the computer in frustration because that’s just too high a price to pay. That one night in a hotel is more than a car payment and it’s half...

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