What to pack on your Disneyland or Walt Disney World vacation

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With a little bit of advance planning, a trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland can be just a little bit more magical.

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So you’ve booked a spring-break trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World. Now you need to figure out what to bring. 


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Regulars at the Magic Kingdoms maintain that packing the right items can make or break a trip. Comfortable clothes and shoes, your smartphone and a sun-shielding hat might be no-brainers, but there are other, less obvious essentials to throw into your suitcase.

Don’t wait until the last minute to order the gadgets, gear and personal-hygiene items you need, and don’t plan on buying them at a Disney gift shop unless you want to risk spending significantly more. CBS Essentials rounded up everything you should pack to enhance your trip to a Disney destination. And, if you haven’t booked your Disney vacation, check out the best packages (hotel, air and park tickets included) on Orlando Vacations

Apple AirTag and wrist band

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Even if you plan on walking the parks as a family, Apple AirTags help keep track of your kids and their belongings should they get lost. Order a watch band for each of them, so your kids can wear the GPS tracker on their wrists.

Apple AirTag, four pack, $99

Cellar Temp AirTag wrist band, $9


Disney rolling carryon luggage

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Disney


What better way to board your flight to Disney than with themed carryon luggage in tow? Whether you choose Mickey and Minnie Mouse in paradise, or a sticker-style casing featuring your favorite Star Wars characters, pack away your clothes and belongings in these hardshell luggage options, surprisingly affordable at shopDisney at less than $65. 

Star Wars rolling luggage, $65

Mickey and Minnie Mouse tropical rolling luggage, $65


State Lorimer fanny pack 

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State


For those who prefer to pack light for a day at the parks, a hands-free bag can be a game-changer. This popular State bag, which regularly sells out, doubles as a fanny pack and cross-body, with enough room to hold a 12-ounce bottle

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