Disney World Guest Services Makes a Return to Social Media!

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Walt Disney World can be a huge vacation to tackle. Picking the right Disney Resort and planning which four parks you want to visit is a job on its own. Not to mention picking out dining options, shopping experiences, and Disney water parks like Disney’s Blizzard Beach! With all the above to consider, you may need some assistance.

Luckily, Disney World announced the perfect place to turn to when unexpected issues arise while planning your next Walt Disney World vacation.

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Walt Disney World Guests Services are BACK!

Disney Guests can rejoice! As of today, Walt Disney World Guests Services announced that their Twitter account that has been inactive for over a year has officially returned with a new tweet. The Disney World Guests Service biography on Twitter once stated to Disney fans that they were unavailable to Disney Guests and now shares “The official Guest Service Twitter account for the Walt Disney World Resort. Have a question, comment, or concern? DM us, we’re all ears”

The official Walt Disney World Guest Service states,

Follow @WaltDisneyWorld for official updates on all Walt Disney World Resort news! You may also pick up a Times Guide or check My Disney Experience online for Theme Park hours, showtimes and more: http://di.sn/6018DUgGq

Tweet your concerns!

Disney Twitter fans can now exhale a sigh of relief. This very useful and convenient way to grab the attention of Guests Services is very popular with many Disney Guests. After reviewing the Walt Disney World Guests Service page, it looks a though many Guests have already started sending their concerns over an hour ago and Guest Services are working as efficiently as ever to repair the issues.

Many of these issues include Annual Passes, Transportation being down, and refunds due to unforeseen circumstances. Having a place to express your issues in a timely manner is especially important when planning a trip as huge as Walt Disney World and many Twitter users are excited about their return.

Twitter user Joe Lankow wrote:

So happy this hardworking team is back at work!!! Welcome back!!!

If Twitter is not your thing, Disney Guests can also rely on visiting the Walt Disney World website. Guest have the option to call, chat with a representative online or email their concern. Separate support lines for Resort Hotel and Theme Park Information and Reservations and Tickets are listed. Check here for more information.

Do you use the Walt Disney World Guest Service Twitter account? Let us know in the comments below what’s the best way to reach Walt Disney World when issues arise! 

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