Minnie Vans Permanent at Walt Disney World, Trips From MCO Airport Imminent

One of the Many Minnie Van Vehicles used at Walt Disney World
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Minnie Vans are about to become a permanent offering at Walt Disney World. Cast members working the position have confirmed to us that the service has its footing and recently hired dozens of them full time. Originally announced last year, the service provides guests a “Lyft” anywhere on Walt Disney World property through the use of the Lyft ride share app. Last July, the service began at Boardwalk, Yacht & Beach Club Resorts and then quickly expanded to every other deluxe resort. There’s still some resorts waiting for their turn with Minnie Van: All-Star Resorts and Art of Animation. They’re expected to start the ride share service within the upcoming weeks.

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There’s also chatter about the MCO airport service that will be expanding as well. We told you a few weeks ago that every deluxe resort guest now has access to take a Minnie Van to the airport. Well, it appears that negotiations are in the works to allow the service to pick-up at MCO and bring guests to property. No word on when this will officially begin or any pricing, but we’ll keep you posted as we know more information!

As of this morning, it was revealed that this service is now available at Coronado Springs!

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  • If the pick-up at the airport is as expensive as taking the Minnie van to the airport, No thanks.

    • Same here, I’ll take DME(Disney’s Magical Express) for nostalgia reasons(I grew up in the late 2000s in that bus ride to my resort)

  • Yes but are any of the Minnie vans accessuble for guests with wheelchairs or scooters? Apparently atrocious Mears taxi (unbelievably uncommunicative and unhelpful drivers who will not answervacsimple question) does not have any either.

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