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  • [Question] VIP Tour Question

    Would you book a Discover the Magic Tour with two adults and a 3 year old?

    It will be awhile until our next DL trip so we are sparing no expense on this trip and I wonder if it's worth it!
    Last edited by Dec2009Mama; 04-12-2013, 08:45 PM.
    One and Only WDW Visit: March 2013

    DL Visits: Aug 2005, Dec 2007/Jan 2008, Oct 2010, Aug 2011, May 2012, Aug 2012, Nov 2012


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    Re: VIP Tour Question

    I haven't done is tour, but it's the scavenger hunt/puzzle one, right? 3 years old might be a little young to be able to fully participate so I'd be more inclined to spend my time elsewhere or even on a different tour, but that's just me.
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      Re: VIP Tour Question

      Originally posted by Dec2009Mama View Post
      Discover the Magic Tour
      Discover the Magic is not a VIP Tour.
      You might want to edit your title (if that is possible).

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        Re: VIP Tour Question

        Originally posted by Nonsuch View Post
        Discover the Magic is not a VIP Tour.
        You might want to edit your title (if that is possible).
        Sheesh....so picky!
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        • #5
          Re: VIP Tour Question

          FYI, the Discover the Magic tour is a "Guided" Tour...MUCH different from a "VIP" tour!...(and cheaper!)

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            Re: VIP Tour Question

            Originally posted by Dec2009Mama View Post
            Sheesh....so picky!

            I don't think she is trying to be rude, it just makes it a little confusing. A VIP tour is a private, guided tour that is like, $325/hour, so the title is a little misleading...
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            • #7
              Re: VIP Tour Question

              Maybe. It's geared for kids and I put the ideal age at 5 with a 3 to 7 range. It she is ok doing things in a group and participating it may be fun for her and fun for you to watch her having fun.
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                Re: VIP Tour Question

                Originally posted by CassiefRN View Post
                I don't think she is trying to be rude, it just makes it a little confusing. A VIP tour is a private, guided tour that is like, $325/hour, so the title is a little misleading...
                But it gets ya to read it

                And I can't change the subject line!
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                  Re: VIP Tour Question

                  Originally posted by swampymarsh View Post
                  Maybe. It's geared for kids and I put the ideal age at 5 with a 3 to 7 range. It she is ok doing things in a group and participating it may be fun for her and fun for you to watch her having fun.
                  Thanks for the info -- he would probably like it -- just didn't know if it would be suited for him!
                  One and Only WDW Visit: March 2013

                  DL Visits: Aug 2005, Dec 2007/Jan 2008, Oct 2010, Aug 2011, May 2012, Aug 2012, Nov 2012

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