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Walt Disney World Vacation Package with FREE DINING - Book by July 7

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honestly, the word "free" and "disney" are rare to see in the same sentence and this is their biggest and hottest promotion of the year. meals on any disney property go for $14-$18 per person, breakfast, lunch or dinner. crazy!

Now thru July 7, book a non-discounted Walt Disney World vacation package (6 Days, 5 Nights), get a free dining plan. Vouchers are honored at more than 100 dining locations!
For select Value and Moderate Resorts, you'll get the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan, which includes two quick-service meals and two select snacks per night.

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Book by July 7, 2018
Travel from Aug 20 to Sept 29; Nov 24-27; and Dec 7- 23, 2018

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Cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion.
Offer excludes the following room types: campsites, 3-bedroom villas and Little Mermaid Standard Rooms at Disney's Art of Animation Resort.
Gratuities are not included.
Children ages 3 to 9 must choose from the children's menu, if available.
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Looks like cheapest room that includes this offer:

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Sleeps up to 2 Adults (if you add a child, that rate really jumps)

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You have to pay the rack rate on the rooms for this deal. Much better to book what you want and apply discounts to the reservations when you get closer. This method also allows you to eat where and when you want
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You have to pay the rack rate on the rooms for this deal. Much better to book what you want and apply discounts to the reservations when you get closer. This method also allows you to eat where and when you want
It depends on your family. For a family of 2 adults and 2 teens, which pay adult meal prices, free dining staying at a value resort is the best value you will get since the typical room discounts for value resorts are only 10%-15%.

BTW, for adults 21 and up, drinks included in all meals can be alcoholic.

Of course, you can stay off site at the Ramada Inn and dine at Denny's Smilie
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It depends on your family. For a family of 2 adults and 2 teens, which pay adult meal prices, free dining staying at a value resort is the best value you will get since the typical room discounts for value resorts are only 10%-15%.

BTW, for adults 21 and up, drinks included in all meals can be alcoholic.

Of course, you can stay off site at the Ramada Inn and dine at Denny's
The dining plan is generally not a good deal as it is priced so high you would need to limit your choices to just one or two expensive items at one or two locations to get any value out of it.

Inclusion of alcohol is good, but there is a VERY limited selection of quick service places that serve alcohol. There are zero places in Magic kingdom that I can think of.

It is an OK deal if you understand the limitations and actually eat that much normally.
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You have to pay the rack rate on the rooms for this deal. Much better to book what you want and apply discounts to the reservations when you get closer. This method also allows you to eat where and when you want
Hi i'm about to make a last minute Disneyworld trip. Do you know where can I find any discounts to hotels and tickets? I just did a quick search and seems like you know what you are talking about.

Thanks in advance
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Can buy discounted tickets here. https://www.parksavers.com/walt-d...-purchase/

They are a reputable reseller that usually offers about a 10% discount. Plenty of scam sites out there with bogus tickets.

As far as hotels I just use Airbnb. I have a 11 day stay at a 2000 sqft 4/3 condo that was around $1100. Half a mile from Disney property. Need to rent a car if you aren't driving though.
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Hi i'm about to make a last minute Disneyworld trip. Do you know where can I find any discounts to hotels and tickets? I just did a quick search and seems like you know what you are talking about.

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Not sure about what he is recommending but try this site

https://www.disboards.com/
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Not sure about what he is recommending but try this site

https://www.disboards.com/
Thank you brother
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As far as hotels I just use Airbnb. I have a 11 day stay at a 2000 sqft 4/3 condo that was around $1100. Half a mile from Disney property. Need to rent a car if you aren't driving though.
½ mile from the property is deceiving and you are correct that a rental car would be needed. WDW is a massive property and don't expect the ½ mile from the condo to be to the front entrance to WDW or any of the other parks. The parks stretch 5 exits along I-4 and DW is at least 7 miles away from I-4:

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Also would not recommend getting any property along International Drive (I-Drive) or you will get nowhere fast!
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½ mile from the property is deceiving and you are correct that a rental car would be needed. WDW is a massive property and don't expect the ½ mile from the condo to be to the front entrance to WDW or any of the other parks. The parks stretch 5 exits along I-4 and DW is at least 7 miles away from I-4:

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Also would not recommend getting any property along International Drive (I-Drive) or you will get nowhere fast!
Oh certainly. It's still 15-20 minutes from any the parks. But it's not far from the resorts at the South end of Disney property. You also have to then pay parking unless you have at least one annual pass.

We go twice a year for 10-12 days on annual passes and stay just outside Disney property. Works out well, saves us thousands between the tickets and stays.
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Inclusion of alcohol is good, but there is a VERY limited selection of quick service places that serve alcohol. There are zero places in Magic kingdom that I can think of.

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Probably won't be long now since they started selling it at the table-service locations
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