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When Your Plans for Visiting The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Need to be Firm



By Dave Shute

OVERVIEW: WHEN YOUR HARRY POTTER PLANS NEED TO BE FIRM

If you are simply planning to visit Universal Orlando’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter during several of the mornings of a trip otherwise spent at Walt Disney World, you don’t need to worry beyond your Disney timing requirements about when your plans need to be firm.

If you are planning to reserve a night at the Royal Pacific or Cabana Bay,you should do so as soon as your dates are firm.

MORE DETAILS ON WHEN YOUR HARRY POTTER PLANS NEED TO BE FIRM

(These instructions are  for fitting a visit to Universal Orlando’s The Wizarding World of Harry Potter into a first family trip to Walt Disney World. Click here for the Summary of Instructions for visiting Harry Potter.)

As this site notes elsewhere, if you can, you should firm up your Walt Disney World plans more than 180 days in advance.

If you are hoping to fit a visit to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter into your Walt Disney trip, you should move as quickly as you can.

This is especially true if, as this site recommends, you are reserving a night at the Royal Pacific or one of the other Universal hotels.

Now that the second part of the Wizarding World has opened, these hotels will likely begin to fill  as more people become aware of the unique privileges that guests at Universal’s three resorts receive to for early entry.

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