Introducing Disneyland Shopping 201!

| April 27, 2014 | Reply

Listen up, Disneyland planners!

It’s time to begin our Disneyland 201 series for your further entertainment and education!

This time we cover the fabulous Disney theme park pastime – SHOPPING!!!   This blog series, and our companion DIS Unplugged Disneyland Edition podcast, will be focusing on our best tips for making the most of your shopping experiences at the Disneyland Resort.

We’ll cover all the places to find your favorite items – both the fun and the collectible – making the most of your dollar and your time, and how to work those crowd strategies.  We’ll even finish with the best ways to get all those purchases home safely!

This series will be broken down into several articles and segments – each of the parks and their individual lands, the resorts, and (of course) the Downtown Disney District.  Like everything else, the obvious opener seems to be Disneyland Park, so let’s get started!

Ready for Disney Shopping!

By the way, if you haven’t listened to or read our series of Disneyland 101 articles, check them out at the following links!

Disneyland 101 podcast segments – click the topic to listen!

Disneyland 101: We’re Going to Disneyland!
Disneyland 101: Disneyland Dining
Disneyland 101: Disneyland After Dark
Disneyland 101: Touring Disneyland
Disneyland 101: Touring California Adventure
Disneyland 101: Downtown Disney

 Disneyland 101 blog segments – click the topic to read more!

Disneyland 101 Blog: We’re Going to Disneyland!
Disneyland 101 Blog: Disneyland Dining
Disneyland 101 Blog: Disneyland After Dark

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Category: Disney, Disneyland, Merchandise

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Podcaster and Blogger for the DIS Unplugged Disneyland Team since 2009, this mom of two and television industry wife has been a Disney fan since her first Walt Disney World trip in 1989. Besides a fascination with Disney company and theme park history, the purchase of DVC in 1993 made Disney a fixture on her family vacation scene. Moving to Los Angeles in 2000 provided an annual pass to Disneyland and a wealth of great opportunities to help folks understand the differences between the Disney parks, as well as how to enjoy the best of what Los Angeles has to offer visitors. Nancy has a unique perspective on Disney from both the business and guest perspectives. Known for seeing the beauty of the "Disney details", no matter how small and potentially insignificant, Nancy also has tips for raising your kids in the theme parks and on Disney Cruise Line and she's not afraid to share them!