How to Tell Kids & Tips

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  1. eeyorefanuk

    eeyorefanuk DIS Veteran

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    I am sure someone said there was a thread on how they surprised/told the kids they were going to disney ... cannot find .... any ideas ?

    Years ago when the kids were small we told them we were going to legoland but going by train for a change ..... I will never forget my young niece's face when sat on the "legoland" train to hear the words "eurodisney" and panicking that we were on the wrong train :lmao: and her excitement when she realised she was going there :hug:

    Also as we are a party of 8 and have to pay the 18% automatically, is there any downfall to paying for the "tip" part by credit card so do not have to worry about it until back home???

    Thanks :goodvibes
     
  2. howlongtillsummer?

    howlongtillsummer? DIS Veteran

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    I would love to do a surprise trip. Waking DD up to head to the airport would be wonderful. Problem is, I always start talking about going back before we leave!!

    This year I hope to surprise her with lunch in the castle if I can get it....she loves it there.

    Don't see why putting the tips on your card should be any problem

    Lovely story about legoland!!
     
  3. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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    You can put tips on your room key, pay cash or credit card. No problems with any, your choice.
     
  4. Clare D

    Clare D Minnie Mania

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    I think the thread you are talking about is on the main community site, I subscribed to it when we were going this year.
    We surprised DS as he thought we were going home from Chicago via a smaller airport in the States. Once we arrived in Orlando we asked him if we should hire a car for a few hours. He couldn't believe it when we told him and still asked us later that night if we were going to be late for our flight.
    Good luck.
     

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