By Shauna Goodman
Where to begin...your trip is almost here and you don't know what to pack. Don't fear, there are so many guides and lists available to you online.
Here are just some of our favorite must packs to share with our clients (in addition to your every day outfits).
Autograph books and fine tip permanent markers or thicker pens
The iconic Ears
Disney pins for trading
Princess dresses or character costumes
Pennies and Quarters for the coin press machines
Backpack for your park items
Face masks with ear loops (Disney has released that neck gaiters and scarves/bandanas are not allowed)
Hats and Sunglasses
Sneakers and Sandals (depending on what you feel comfortable with on your feet for long periods of time)
Wicking socks (one of the best purchases you can make for your feet!)
Lightweight sweatshirt or long sleeve shirt (if by chance you get wet and then enter the air conditioned buildings)
Necessities for the weather:
Cooling Towels (Mission and Frog Toggs brands are an agent favorite)
Spray fan (the water bottle fans are very popular)
Disney gift cards (can be used pretty much anywhere)
Rechargeable battery packs/cords
Reusable Straws (most places are either not giving them out anymore, or they are paper and will disintegrate within the first few sips)
Water Bottles and snacks (plenty of options for delivery to the resorts if you don’t want to travel with them)
Reusable water bottles
Moleskin (for those blisters on your feet after walking miles through the parks-trust us, it is a game changer!!)
Plastic sandwich bags (endless uses-for those large lollipops that aren’t fully consumed upon first lick, to freeze and hold your cooling towels)
Waterproof phone cases
Expandable USB wall charger for your resort room
Stroller (If you don't want to travel with one, rentals are available for the duration of your vacation-ask your agent for recommendations)
Stroller cover (can be added to your order if you choose to rent)
Hand Sanitizer (clip on containers and spray)
First Aid kit (ointments/bandaids)
Adult and Children's Tylenol or Advil (very expensive in the parks)
Glowsticks from local stores
Past purchases of bubble wands (so you can save on another purchase)
Other cheap souvenirs that you can easily pack (leave one out next to their clothes for the next day so they have something new and can deter from visiting every single shop in the parks each day)
Flying Trick with kiddos:
Go to the dollar store and grab a bunch of projects that you don’t care about getting lose or thrown out. Buy a totally different set for the way home and pack in your suitcase. That way they are entertained with things they have never seen and you don’t feel bad throwing it all away.
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