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Current and past service members are entitled to some pretty great discounts through September 28, 2013. These room and ticket discounts are called the Armed Forces Salute. Here are some of the discounts you can expect and some information to help service members plan their trip!
Rooms at Disney resorts can be reserved for some excellent discounts most nights with the exception of November 22, 2012 through November 24, 2012; December 23, 2012 through December 31, 2012; and March 25, 2013 through April 4, 2013.
Room discounts include 30% Percent off select value resorts including Art of Animation, 35% off select moderate resorts including Fort Wilderness Camp Grounds and 40% off select deluxe resorts. Guests do need to present a valid military ID upon check in.
You can reserve your room by calling Disney directly and asking for the Armed Forces Salute discount or by calling your travel agent who will be glad to assist you in planning your trip from start to finish!
You can add the dining plan on to any military package which is a great way to budget for food while on vacation.
I’m going to share with you a great benefit for those staying at a Disney World Resort. Souvenir delivery right to your resort! To be honest I took advantage of this for the first time this year, and I wonder why I’ve schlepped those bags around for years.
- This is available in all the Disney World Parks, including Downtown Disney.
- As you are purchasing your souvenirs at the register, inform the cast member you would like them delivered to your resort.
- After providing the information and your Key to the World Card, you are on your way; one less bag to carry around.
- The following day your souvenirs will be available at your resort, right in the bag you purchased them in.
- When ready, you pick them up at a central location in the resort, often the gift shop.
- Yes, it is that simple.
Here are the details:
Book a vacation for January 2-March 7th 2013 and receive up to 35% off your room at Disney World resorts.
This is a PERFECT time f the year to go and experience low crowds and the brand new Fantasyland!
There are only a certain number of rooms allocated at each resort so be sure to book this deal quickly. If you are ALREADY booked with Pixie Vacations then rest assured as always we are on top of this for you and will apply the savings for you so you don’t have to spend your day on hold (leave that to us) : )
This discount can be booked both with and without the dining plans.
Lesley is a travel agent with Pixie Vacations. If you are interested in booking a Disney vacation email her at Lesley@PixieVacations.com or check her out at www.destinationmagic.com . Lesley offers Disney gift card booking incentives and free personalized Disney tote bags (which you have seen featured on Chip and Co) as well as dining reservations and personalized itinerary planning for FREE as a part of her service to you.
- DCL On Board Credit and Mickey Plush Offer (chipandco.com)
- Disney Visa Holder 2013 Discount Available! (chipandco.com)
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article targeted at my fellow migraine sufferers visiting Disney World. Today I am going with the headache theme again, but this time, I am coming at it from a different view-point. The view-point of a figurative headache (or, come to think of it, it could actually prove to be literal). Today, we are taking a look at the little things you can do to make your trip to Disney World the most magical it can be. I am giving you some MEDS to help you prevent those pesky “headaches” at Disney!
M: Make time for break
Making time for breaks will save you a headache down the road, especially if you are traveling with little ones! I don’t think that a break has to mean taking an actual nap. A break for your family/group may mean sitting down for a snack, hitting a Disney water park, splitting up to venture out on your own, or a million other things. Sometimes the best “breaks” are quick escapes to let you renew and refresh. Taking a break from the hustle and bustle is a good idea because it gives you a chance to start fresh. Whatever a break looks like for you and yours, be sure to take a few the next time you are at Disney. I am sure you’ll notice the difference from those days where you shot through the parks on auto pilot!