Guests Still Receiving Disney’s Magical Express Emails With Broken Link

Disney’s Magical Express has officially ended service to and from the Orlando International Airport. The buses are now being converted to Mears Connect, a non-complimentary replacement service, although the transition hasn’t been too smooth.


Guests with upcoming resort stays at Walt Disney World are still receiving emails that advertise Disney’s Magical Express. The “Here’s How” link in the email leads to an error page and does not redirect to a page with information about Mears Connect.

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2 thoughts on “Guests Still Receiving Disney’s Magical Express Emails With Broken Link”

  1. considering the quality of disney’s IT department, this comes as no surprise. we used to fly in. from now on we drive [14+ hours] and buy our own groceries and cook our own food in a dvc one bedroom. plus plenty of restaurants on champions drive with better food and way cheaper pricing just minutes away. thanks bean counter bob for making our disney plans so much easier. plus we don’t even have to stick our heads in the phone anymore for your ” magical experience”.

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