Villains’ Sinister Soiree: A Wicked Takeover of Cinderella Castle

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World News & Rumors' started by Wendy, Aug 26, 2014.

  1. keith

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    wooohooooo!

    I think if you're spending all that money to go in the first place, may as well take advantage of any new experience you can
     
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    Very true!

    23rd sept is now fully booked so had to change it for Sunday 21st so had to bit of jiggle around with the ADR but all sorted :)
     
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    The tickets are going so fast and CM are still 'learning' more about the event! As it just released earlier on this week.
     
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    yeah Wendy managed to sort mine out .... it does seem like there's quite a lot going on in the castle not just dessert
     
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    Yeah it would seem so. We were told that 'There is wicked apple somewhere..... ' no idea what that mean!
     
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    We have our confirmation through! All booked for the soiree, as Jeff says.

    It took 45 minutes mind you! Had to find a date where there was still some availability, and then move around some ADR's.

    And given I was already on the phone, I booked our MNSSH tickets at the same time, saving $8 (plus tax) - seems you get a little discount for booking in advance.

    One thing you have to say about their helpline staff - incredibly friendly, extremely helpful and courteous. People working in a customer services field in the UK should go and get training from these guys, because my god that's a huge difference. You're lucky in the UK to get a grunt and a 'thank you'.
     
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    yeah very true, customer service sucks in the UK :(
     

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