I have worked hard over the past (almost three!) years to establish successful working relationships with companies that I sincerely believe in. I’m proud of the people I partner with and am happy to promote them in every way possible. While I do get a small affiliate perk from some of these relationships, I would not recommend them if I did not think they were your best option within their niche.
Supporting these DLR Prep School sponsors supports me, which allows more park visits and continued up-to-date information coming your way.
Key to the World Travel Agency – At no additional cost to you, allow Key to the World to book your Disney trip. I work closely with the agents who arrange travel for Disneyland, keeping them up to date with what I learn from the parks. They work hard to find discounts for you, while tying it all together into a pretty package. A free quote is worth the few minutes it takes to fill out the form. Compare it to what you can do on your own and go with the better option. KTTW works with both Disney Resort Hotels and Off-Site Hotels, too.
Lansky Enterprises Transportation – For travel to and from your hotel, Lansky is your smartest move. A driver well-versed in Southern California traffic will pick you up in a private car at the airport – with car seats and boosters – and transport you to your hotel. En route, you’ll stop at a grocery to shop for perishables, bottled water and whatever else you need to make your stay comfortable. The cost is fair and the service is excellent.
Traveling Baby Company – This company carries so many baby and child related products to make your Disneyland visit go smoothly. They’re much more than just strollers. High chairs, toys, activity gyms, and bottle warmers are just a few of the items they have in stock. Start with them for your off-site stroller rental and check out what else they have, too.
Park Savers Disneyland Tickets – Park Savers sells Disneyland park tickets at the best price available. I researched many ticket sellers before committing to them and have been approached by many since then, too. I simply cannot find anyone who sells for less. One Park Per Day, Hopper Tickets, and the Southern California City Pass are all available.
Amazon – I work as an affiliate for Amazon.com, so when you shop from this link, I get a small commission. You can shop for anything – your items don’t have to be Disney related. This is an easy fit for me because I’ve been obsessed with Amazon for years. I’ve shared a popular post including 10+ things to buy from Amazon Prime before your trip. I recommend reviewing it before you visit. You can save a lot of money buying a few key items for your trip at Amazon pricing, rather than what the parks charge.
Dearly Loved – Candles with Character – Love the smell of Disney parks? Lyn has created a candle for nearly everything you could think of there. I’ve used many of them and they instantly bring me back to my favorite memories of Disneyland. These make great gifts! Her attention to detail from start to finish makes her product amazing.
RaisCase – Based in Southern California, RaisCase makes the most beautiful bags with only the finest materials. I’m totally addicted to them! I carry the Ellis Tote in Tan Leather or the Chaser Ellis Tote to the parks nearly every visit. Love that I can wear each as a cross body or tote. These are the kinds of bags you buy and use for 10+ years because they never go out of style. (DLR Prep School readers receive $50 off any tote or messenger with code DLPSxRC until 1/31/2017.)
Kathy’s Kreations – Kathy makes almost all of my custom ears and they’re amazing. She can do just about anything you request and is so easy to work with. Her kids’ ears go for as little as $8.00 a pair and the adult pricing is reasonable, too. She makes year round ears and seasonal, too. So cute and comfy, too!