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Anna and Elsa to appear in "My Royal Coronation" event at Walt Disney World as travel agents bring "Frozen" character meal to Epcot - Inside the Magic

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  1. Michelle

    I can’t attend this event, but I was looking at the details…Nice of you to try to help your readers, but – 10% is $8. So, once you pay the transaction fee, you are saving $3…I guess it’s the thought that counts!

    1. Ricky Brigante

      There’s a transaction fee whether you use the discount code or not – and it’s a few cents more without it. 🙂

      1. Michelle

        They always seem to get you one way or another!

        These events are getting way too expensive. I wish I had that kind of disposable income, but, alas, it is not meant to be!

  2. Stan

    you’re basically paying $80 for a picture and breakfast. I love WDW, but it’s those kinds of prices that make it impossible for the average family to do these kinds of things.

    1. Jessie

      Stan, this agency is setting the price for this event, not Disney. I would imagine that they have put a pretty good markup on this event because they know the demand is there. I’m actually really surprised that Disney is allowing them to advertise it this way.

  3. Javier

    Wooooooo!!! Im gonna try to attend this event!!! Frozen fan for life!!! hahaha!! Can we get the tickets now right? let me know please!!

    1. Monday

      Yes you can. There are 13 tickets left from the additional tickets opened up last week.

  4. Monica

    $80 EACH. I’m super excited for my upcoming trip and will be there that day (actually have a FP for A&E that afternoon) but there is no way in freaking hell I would pay $320 for breakfast for my two kids that barely eat and a picture. I have the disposable income but no thank you!!

  5. Laurie

    Are you sure this event is legit? Our travel agent got us tickets and we printed them out, but the more I look at this the more skeptical I am becoming. The DisEvent site is gone and its facebook page was just created in June of this year and contains nothing other than this event. The page to buy tickets is password protected now too. I am very concerned that we have been scammed. I have looked on the webpages of several of the purported travel agent hosts and do not see the event, although it is on some of their Facebook pages. Are you SURE this is a real event??? I am becoming very concerned.

    1. Ricky Brigante

      The event is still happening. They’ve had to temporarily take down their web site to make some changes. It will be back up soon.

      1. Laurie

        Thank you! I also confirmed directly with 2 of the organizers

  6. EricJ

    I thought Disney was going to avoid doing a “real” coronation over the summer, like Rapunzel and Merida got, because of the nitpick that Elsa was technically -Queen- Elsa (and referred to as such in Disney’s own marketing).
    The fact that a third-party’s doing it as a tourist opportunity could be Disney simply distancing themselves and saying that it wasn’t a, quote, real event where Princess marketing was concerned.
    Or, it could just be a scam.

    1. Monday

      NOT a scam!! A real, private event!!

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