My Royal Coronation offers Disney World guests a breakfast with Anna and Elsa!

Many of my readers clamor for an opportunity to meet Anna and Elsa at Walt Disney World.  The Frozen sisters offer Fastpass+ that are quickly absorbed by onsite guests 60 days in advance at midnight on their booking day.  Many have asked if Anna and Elsa are available for a character meal.  Disney doesn’t currently offer a character meal for Anna and Elsa, but a few travel agency owners gathered together to provide just such an opportunity.  They plan to offer a high quality experience with beautiful decor and delicious food.
In addition to a special meet and greet with Anna and Elsa and photo opportunity, you’ll receive a delicious breakfast an opportunity to purchase a beautiful crown.  The crowns bring about the title My Royal Coronation.  This is NOT the official Disney coronation of Anna and Elsa that we expect to take place later in the fall.  My little girl and I will be attending this special breakfast and would love to meet you there as well!  Be sure to get your tickets now as sales are limited.
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When and Where will this event take place?

Walt Disney World® – Epcot® – World Showplace East Hall
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (EDT)

My Royal Coronation Event Details:

This event will include:  
  • An Exclusive Photo Opportunity with Anna and Elsa
  • A Complimentary 5 x 7 Commemorative Photo of your experience with the Frozen sisters
  • A Special Keepsake Certificate
  • An opportunity to purchase a beautiful crown.
  • A Delicious Breakfast Buffet with a menu that includes: Seasonal Fruit, Mickey Waffles w/ Maple Syrup, Scrambled Eggs, Smoked Bacon, Hash Brown Gratin, Chilled Fruit Juices, Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, & Tea.
RESTRICTION/REQUIREMENTS:
  • All Guests are required to have Theme Park Admission to enter Epcot® in addition to the special event ticket.
  • Bring your Confirmation Email/Receipt to the Early Admission Entrance Gate on the day of the Event.
  • Please Arrive by 8:25 AM to be admitted into Epcot® for this Event.
Pricing includes all Taxes/Gratuities. Disney Dining Plans are NOT Accepted. Allow up to 1-1/2 (or 1.5) hours to travel to your destination when traveling within WDW Property. Characters/Venue Location/Hours/Menu are subject to change without notice and will be at the discretion of Disney Destinations-Convention Services. Please note: This is an Indoor Venue.
DIETARY RESTRICTIONS:
If you or a guest have dietary needs, please email this group at least 7-Days in advance of Event with your requests so we can notify the venue. sales@DisEvent.com
Refunds/Cancellation Policy:
All Event Ticket Sales are Final & Non-Refundable.
This event is being presented by the following sponsors:
  • A Time to Treasure Travel, LLC
  • Family Fun Travels, LLC
  • Go See Mickey
  • Magic of Mickey Travel, LLC

What does this event cost?

By puchasing your ticket(s) through this special link, you’ll be afforded a 10% discount.  The regular cost before discounts is $80.00 per person plus a $5.39 transaction fee per person.

Be sure to click “Enter Promotional Code” and use the keyword PIRATE when purchasing to receive a discounted rate of $72.00 plus a $4.95 processing fee per person!

 

23 thoughts on “My Royal Coronation offers Disney World guests a breakfast with Anna and Elsa!”

  1. You are going?!?!? It would be awesome to meet you! My travel agency (3D Travel) was invited by the agencies doing this back in July and we booked the day we heard about it. I’m so excited we will be there. We weren’t doing any character meals this year so I didn’t mind paying for this one.

    1. Also, I was able to prepay for the crown at check out so I did. Less to worry about when we get there. Not sure why people think this is a scam. My TA is the one who invited me and she has booked three trips for me now, so I don’t think she’d try to scam me!

  2. Wish there would be a second date. My niece’s are going and it’s their first wdw trip. And my youngest nice first bday. We arrive Sept 28th sadly.

  3. We were offered this through our TA and are so excited to participate. It’s going to be a surprise for our daughter.

  4. I thought the same thing about you getting a kickback from the event organizers. The post does read as a bit of an advertisement. Listen: absolutely nothing wrong with it if you do get some $$$ for everyone who signs up with your code (i kind of think you should get some money, or at least a free ticket!), but i think it would give your post more weight if you state in it explicitly if you are being compensated in some way for posting the info.

  5. Thank you KTP wish our vacation was during this time. You present an opportunity to meet A & E that parents are trying hard to get with fastpass. +. Any idea on the coronation date?

  6. when you go a visit http://www.Disevent.com noted on the invitation it does not work. You get a “This Website is under construction” page. This does not look good from the point of the consumer. I don’t know if it is a scam or not but they really need to get their website up and working before sending out the invitations.

    1. If it’s a scam, then 3 travel agents and a prominent blog are going to be in big trouble huh? Additionally, I ordered and received my tickets from the link at the bottom, so I would have been duped as well. Perhaps you should contact the actual people putting this event together before accusing them of a scam. Additionally, I’m really careful what information I present to my readers, so it’s a bit of an insult for you to make this accusation toward me as well.

  7. My daughter is jealous. She’d LOVE to do this but we won’t be there until March. I can’t wait to see your report on it!

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