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Discussion in 'Tickets, Offers and Discounts' started by dzneeprincss, Aug 13, 2008.

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    Hi All-
    WDW has just come out with some new VERY limited AP rates with packages and room only. The discounts are good from October to December. Contact me if you have an AP and are looking for a deal.
    For those of you that contact me make sure you write the Forum you are from so credit can be given to the right one.
     
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    Do you have any example rates for any resorts? Thanks!
     
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    Pick a date, a number of guests and resort and I'll give you look
     
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    I would if I knew what kind of prices they go for but as it is all I know is 3 adults 3 children, and possibly end of november :( is there anywhere to see some basic prices for a few different resorts
     
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    All Star Music Family Suites 11/13-11/18 for 3 adults and 3 children under 18 is $1136 with tax.
     
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    The Cabins in Fort Wilderness are $1288
     
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    Oh yes!! :yes: I saw these on Mousesavers today!!! Very exciting! The code (PWE) covers three different seasons (Value, Reg and Holiday) which is why the rates vary...but some of the examples they gave were:

    * Value resort: $74 plus tax Standard view, weeknight, Regular season
    * Value resort: $84 plus tax Standard view, weekend, Regular season
    * Moderate resorts: $114 plus tax Standard view, Regular season
    * Beach Club/Yacht Club: $295 plus tax Water view, Regular season
    * Contemporary: $264 plus tax Garden view/Garden Wing, Regular season
    * Other resorts and room types are available

    If you're planning a trip with your AP during this time, it's definitely worth giving them a call!
     
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    Our agency is sponsoring this site now so you can contact me if you would like.
     
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    Oh absolutely!! But if I'm not mistaken, they can also be booked directly through Disney as well, is that correct?
     
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    Yes you can but I can do all the ADRs and anything else you need done.
     
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    Which can be quite helpful of course...I've just been doing my own ADR's and ressies for so long now, I wouldn't know what to do if it wasn't me making my own plans!!! There is just something *exciting* about being on the phone with the CM and planning meals and such....it's part of the thrill for me!
     
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    I know I used to feel that way too but there are people who would much rather not and then the people in the UK can save money by me doing it for them.
     
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    I was just on the phone today with the nicest person. Rearranging ADRs. Very patient, very nice.

    Thanks Becca for the rates! :yes:
     
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    Absolutely! Hope they can help someone save a bit of money!! Especially when it's as easy as three little letters!

    I *love* when the CM starts chatting away...giving advice and recommending some of *their* favorite places....it just keep building that fever!!
     
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    Thanks for posting those discounts

    I sometimes use a ta and sometimes book myself, it depends on how much time I have.

    It's nice to be informed about the discounts though even if I do then ask a ta to help out. I like to know my options

    Thanks everyone!
     
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    Your Welcome
     
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    You're welcome, EG....hope you find them helpful! I totally understand what you mean about being informed, we've used a TA twice...the first time was not a great experience at all; but the second time we had a better go of it and I fully believe it's because we went in informed as to what discounts were available and what we might expect...we also still made all our own ADR's :wink:
     
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    Same here, Becca. I recently used a TA, but did my own ADRs. :yes: I must say though, I've had more problems overall when I haven't done it myself. :sorry:

    Regardless, I want to know what all my options are before deciding on anything whether it be a vacation, a car, a major appliance, surgery :eek: socks... you name it. The better informed we are the better consumers we are. :yes:
     
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    I have an email in my home email from the Disney Passholder site which mentions a value rate of $54. However, I don't have my pass here at work and the full email will not display here. Donna however, tried to call down there this morning and the CM she talked to could find NOTHING for 6-15 November.
     
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    Maybe she should try the PWE code, John? Sometimes if you give them the specific code, they can find it easier...of course, it may also be possible that, with limited availability, the rooms are booked out.
     

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