By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2017, from the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever. Paperback available on Amazon here. Kindle version available on Amazon here. PDF version available on Gumroad here.



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Keeping Up with easy Guide–and Disney World–Changes



By Dave Shute

The 2015 edition of The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit launched as the most up-to-date Disney World guidebook ever, with the right stuff on new dining options, ride closures and openings, and hotel changes.

Not in The easy Guide

But things at Disney World always change–and we also are unfortunately human and do make mistakes.

So as things change or we find mistakes, here’s how to keep up:

  1. We will update the Kindle edition over 2015 when major changes happen, until we release our 2016 edition. Moreover, if you buy the paperback, you get the kindle edition for free!  See this for more details.
  2. During periods between updates, you can see the important latest changes on this page.

The most up-to-date Disney World guidebook stays updated! Get your copy here!

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