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  • Matt 3:59 pm on July 12, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: birthday, birthday dessert, cake, dessert, , disney birthday, disney dessert, , free dessert, happy birthday, ice cream, , , , , , , , , , ,   

    Disney’s Awesome Things #18: Getting Free Desserts on Your Birthday 

    #18YUM. Just look at that ice cream cone. It’s wet coolness is just glistening in the hot sunlight. The instant you put your tongue on that it will be an absolute paradise. All your troubles will slip away.

    What’s even better than simply having some of those delicious Disney desserts you ask? Simple – getting them for free.

    If you go to Disney parks on your birthday (and are wearing that infamous pin), it’s true. Not only will you hear “Happy Birthday!” one hundred times, but maybe – just maybe you’ll get some special surprises.

    More common if you go into sit-down restaurants, the waiter will bring you a complimentary dessert on your birthday.

    So sit back, relax, and enjoy the sweet treats as you eat yourself into bliss.

    Photo by shereeny

    • LauraDreams 8:21 pm on August 5, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      This also happens quite a bit when you get married! My husband and I just got back and I think we got free desert at every restaurant (express or sit-down)! It was fantastic!

      • Matt 3:29 pm on August 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Oh I never thought of that…that’s great! Can’t pass up some free desserts! 😉

    • ekenekensson@gmail.com 11:29 am on June 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      The Beauty And The Lion
      The Prince Beast,(Baby),Young Simba,The Lion King
      The Prince Beast,Simba,The Lion King
      The Beast,Bob Parr /Mr. Incredible,The Incredibles
      Belle,Nala,The Lion King
      The Witch,Beauty and the Beast
      The Fairy,Beauty and the Beast
      Lumiere,Beauty and the Beast
      Cogsworth,Beauty and the Beast
      Mrs. Potts,Beauty and the Beast
      Chip,Beauty and the Beast
      Maurice,Mufasa,The Lion King
      Lefou,Mr. Snoops,The Rescuers
      Gaston,McLeach,The Rescuers Down Under
      Philippe,Beauty and the Beast
      Babette,Beauty and the Beast
      Monsieur D’Arque,Bowler Hat Guy,Meet the Robinsons
      Featherduster,Beauty and the Beast
      Bimbette,Beauty and the Beast
      Footstool,Beauty and the Beast
      Coming Soon On Youtube Are Summer in 2013.

  • Matt 9:18 pm on September 18, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , birthday, , , , , , event, Jay Rasulo, , NEW YORK, , promotional, , , , , ,   

    “What Will You Celebrate?” Official Information 

    Update: You can visit the “What Will You Celebrate?” Official page by clicking here.

    This is a press release from the Walt Disney Company about a 2009 Disney Parks Celebration.  This was found at a Canadian News Site (so it mentions Canadian Disney websites, ect.), but this news applies to all Disney Parks around the World.

    TORONTO, Sept. 18 /CNW/ – Everyone who visits a Walt Disney World Resort
    or Disneyland Resort theme park on their birthday in 2009 can get in free, as
    Disney Parks embraces a newly identified family travel trend called
    “celebration vacations”.
    In this new national trend, Canadian families are hitting the road to
    mark life’s special occasions – birthdays, anniversaries, graduations,
    reunions and more – with a “celebration vacation”. In 2009, Walt Disney World
    and Disneyland Resorts will lead this growing trend with new entertainment and
    services that allow guests to turn their personal milestones into magical
    Disney experiences.
    And to kick it all off – a first-ever opportunity for guests to receive a
    free ticket to one of the Walt Disney World or Disneyland theme parks on their
    birthday in 2009.
    “Birthdays are the one occasion that we all share every year,” said Jay
    Rasulo, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, at an announcement event
    today. “We thought a free birthday ticket would be the icing on the cake as we
    extend this new ‘celebration vacation’ trend to Disney Parks.”
    Disney parks provide the perfect setting for this new style of vacation
    that celebrates the special occasions in life, Rasulo added.
    Whether a guest is celebrating a birthday, an anniversary, Sweet 16 or
    any special occasion, Disney parks already are filled with favourite
    characters, world-class attractions and entertainment, and legendary guest
    service – exactly the “something for everyone” that trend-watchers say
    families look for in a “celebration vacation”.
    “The special moments in your life become truly magical when you celebrate
    at a Disney park,” Rasulo said. “Sharing a milestone at Disney connects
    families, friends and generations.”

    Canadian Survey Reveals ‘Celebration Vacation’ Trend

    A nationwide survey of 416 Canadian adults conducted by Ypartnership –
    co-author of the influential National Travel Monitor – showed that 66 percent
    of Canadian leisure travellers have taken a vacation with the primary purpose
    of marking a special occasion in their lives – a “celebration vacation”, as
    Ypartnership President and CEO Peter Yesawich termed it.
    Respondents mentioned a broad range of events worth celebrating with a
    special vacation – not just birthdays and anniversaries but a first vacation
    with children, a job promotion or recovery from an illness.
    Whenever something positive happens in their lives, people seek out ways
    to make them more special, Yesawich said, and vacations are clearly perceived
    as both an appropriate and desirable way to do so.
    “Time does pass quickly and there is a growing trend to slow down our
    frenetic lifestyles and stop to rejoice around the things that matter,” he
    said. “Families on ‘celebration vacations’ are looking to truly commemorate
    moments in their lives – in special places everyone can enjoy.”
    Research showed that when they take that “celebration vacation”, families
    are looking for destinations that provide activities for children and – better
    yet – activities adults and children can enjoy together.
    “Given these findings, it’s not surprising that Disney Parks topped the
    list of destinations where families would most like to celebrate these special
    occasions,” Yesawich said. (More …)

    • Andy 8:28 am on September 19, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Personally, I loved the Million Dreams concept! It was great to attend WDW with a chance to get something special by chance. My kids received a hugh cookie 12 inches wide from a cast member in the bakery on Main St. She said it was from Mickey, Goofey and pals who had said for her to “look out” for my kids. She asked them their names and confirmed that they were the ones she was to look out for. You should have seen the look on their faces! I had my camera handy and captured the moment. They love to see that pic and remember that day.

      So, as for me, Disney has lost a little magic without those “Oh so special suprises!” Its not the same even with a birthday coming to the park and knowing that you will get a little extra.

    • Andy 8:59 am on September 19, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Surprises I mean!

    • Matt 10:07 am on September 19, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with you a little bit here…the birthday celebration isn’t as exciting or “special” as the YOMD – mainly because, (as you mentioned), it takes a lot of the fun out when it’s not a surprise…people are expecting their birthday. It’s WAY more enjoyable when you’re caught off guard! 🙂

    • gabriela nunes 3:07 pm on February 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      my daughter is turning 15th in january 25th 2010 i would like in formation of who i can sign her up to celebrate her birthday

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