WDWTools has released an update that changes our pricing structure for new elite members. Elite memberships are now available as a monthly auto-renewal at the cost of $21 per month. An activation fee will probably be added soon. Existing elite memberships will be honored and see no changes until their renewal date.

Single-watch pricing remains unchanged at $10 per watch.

This change is important in ensuring a stable future for WDWTools and allowing us to continue to provide the best tools for Walt Disney World travelers without resorting to unfair or abusive tactics. We are home of the original ADR Sniper and have always taken good citizenship very seriously. We take pride in the fact that our service is a net benefit for all parties, including Disney and travelers that do not use our tools, by ensuring that users of our service do not monopolize the available reservation pool and that Disney’s servers and user experience are stronger for our existence, not weaker.

WDWTools understands and appreciates its role as the professional’s choice in Walt Disney World planning and vacation tools. We’ve seen a lot of progress over the last year with the introduction of event watches and a beautiful new brand image from world-class designers to make the experience worthy of our clientele. We have many more exciting things coming in the next several weeks, including the re-introduction of Documents (and several top-secret projects that we’ll be announcing soon). We look forward to continuing the journey together and thank everyone for their support thus far.

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