Yes! If you’re booking a regular Disney vacation, you can put a deposit of $200 to hold a reservation and then make payments. Final payment is due 45 days out.
Cruises require 20% of total cost down and final payment to be made 90-150 days out, depending on your category and how many days you will be sailing.
The earlier you book, the easier the payments will be on you! :)
Disney pays me! That way you pay absolutely no more on your trip! Since I’ve graduated from Disney’s College of Knowledge, I have access to new and amazing deals to help give you the best possible cost for your vacation.
I am so glad you asked. :)
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I don’t have specific set hours of working but I should be back in touch within a few hours of messaging. Cheers!
Extra Magic Hours are for guests staying at Walt Disney World resorts to get a little more time in the parks. The days rotate and will provide some of the most popular rides, just in case you missed that Fastpass! Morning hours extend an hour earlier and evening hours extend up to two hours after normal closing times. If you have downloaded the My Disney Experience app on your phone, you will see a list of which parks have the extra hours. It is really worth taking advantage of; one year my family stayed the extra two hours at Magic Kingdom and rode the Thunder Mountain Railroad three times in a row!
Wowwww that is a really difficult question! Let me preface my answer by saying that there are no bad Disney resorts. Every single one operates with the same high quality Disney standards. I’ve had the privilege of staying in eight different Walt Disney World resorts from value to deluxe rankings. Out of all of them, my favorites have been the Wilderness Lodge and Port Orleans. I really enjoyed the “down home” feel of each one and I remember just being in awe as a kid walking in to the lobby of the Wilderness Lodge.