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Disney Parks Tour information


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  • [Question] Disney Parks Tour information

    Does anyone know a site/link that shows the prices of the Tours in Disney? I know the old WDW page showed the prices, but the new one only gives the information, and to call the reservation phone. Thanks!!!

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    I'm on other sites and there was a discussion earlier this week about the tours on one of them. I was able to get the information on them by typing the names of the tours in to Yahoo or Google. Once you bring up the Disney pages that have them, you can navigate around and find all of them. Start with the two big ones - Keys to the Kingdom and Backstage Magic - I believe they cost $60 and $224 respectively. Keys to the Kingdom is 3-4 hours long and Backstage Magic is 7 hours long - both include lunch.


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