Want to save money on some new clothes at Disney World? A TikTok influencer has a suggestion: dress in revealing clothing — so Disney buys you something else to wear.
Plus, a Las Vegas resort is introducing its new room service partner: Grubhub.
Those are some of today’s travel-related headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.
A “Revealing” Disney Travel Hack for a Free Shirt?
TikTok member “amandaaadimeo” has a “Free Disney shirt hack” for you.
The “Wife~Mother~Skripper” says the top she wore to Disney World was apparently too revealing. (Yes, you and I probably assume “Skripper” means the same thing. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)
She claims she was given a voucher to buy something more Disney-friendly. So she popped into a souvenir shop and acquired a $75 shirt — compliments of the Mouse.
Watch below (some possibly NSFW language is included — depending on where you work):
@amandaaadimeoFree Disney shirt hack ##fyp ##disneyworld ##disney♬ Castaways – The Backyardigans
But she’s not the only person who’s received free clothes because of their clothing choices at Disney World.
Business Insider reports that Alyssa Schueller wore a bikini top to Epcot — and was told to cover up. However, she wore the same clothes to Animal Kingdom earlier in the day. Her main beef seems to be Disney’s inconsistent enforcement of its dress code.
Grubhub: Room Service Partner at Resorts World
Resorts World Las Vegas opens in a couple of days. And it’s introducing a new “style” of room service: having food and other goods delivered by Grubhub. Guests can order items to their rooms or even to the pool. They can either bill it to their rooms or pay directly with a credit card.
(Not yet a Grubhub member? Enjoy up to $10 off your first order.)
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