Support the show and book your Disney vacation or cruise today with Kristen at

Download the WDW After Dark on iTunes, Stitcher Radio or stream it from WeBeGeeks Podcast Network!

WDW After Dark STREAMS LIVE & UNCENSORED on our NEW NIGHT - TUESDAYS at 7:30 pm/central via Blab & Twitter -

Monday, March 2, 2015

WDW After Dark: February 27, 2015 - Disney Increases Ticket Prices, Resort Wifi Sucks

WDW After Dark is the LIVE and UNCENSORED weekly webcast for adult Disney fans and this week this episode is a testament to that fact. Eric hosts the show this week and brings in direct from Walt Disney World's Grand Floridian Resort, Aljon, Kristen and special guest Tony (http://disneyparkspodcast | to discuss Disney Parks increasing ticket prices as well as new Disney video games on Steam and the return of DuckTails! If you thought the internet let us down last week, just wait until you see (and hear) the struggles they have on-site at the resort. Needless to say Disney resorts are not known for their high-speed internet service. This episode was nearly a "lost" episode. It's been published because we like you. We REALLY like you. Have you ever had an issue with the wifi on Disney property? What do you think about the cost of Disney Park tickets these days?Leave us a voicemail at (410) 98-WDWAD – (410) 989-3923.

WDW After Dark thanks our web host the WeBeGeeks Podcast Network – New shows added weekly at – Please SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel at This show is also syndicated by Shotglass Digital. Find more geeky podcasts at

Magical Journeys – Book your Disney vacation or cruise today with Kristen at
Amazon –
Disney Store –
Dining at Disney –


Follow the team!

Aljon – |
Kristen –
Jeff –
Eric –
Tony -

*You are experiencing WDW After Dark as it was being broadcast, unedited, live and uncensored. This program is not associated with the Walt DIsney Company. Use of any and all copyrighted material is only for parody, news analysis, critique, and or for educational purposes as provided within United States Code Title 17 aka “Fair Use.” No Infringement is Intended.