The Disney World summer promotion of up to 35% off rooms which announced earlier this week is now live on Disneyworld.com to book. If you are looking to take advantage of this offer I broke down some of the dates, times and best options that you can use to find the best rates out of this discount.
If you’re a Disney Visa card holder you can get up to 35% off rooms at select resorts for stays between 6/15/14 – 8/28/14.
The 35% may sound great but in reality that is for the more expensive Deluxe and Deluxe Villa resort’s rack rates. Moderate resort savings will be up to 20% with value resort savings only being up to 15%.
Up to is they key word in all of those savings, actual percentages off will probably be lower for most dates, especially weekends.
Overall this isn’t that great of a deal unless you’re looking to book the expensive deluxe resorts. I’m not a big fan of the Disney Visa for a few reasons, “deals” like this still don’t make it worth having.
You will get better room rates by using Orbitz promotion codes that will save you 25%+ on most resorts, not just the more expensive ones. They Spring Room offer is also still running for dates up to June 14th.
What are some of the most costly items for a Disney vacation? In no particular order most people would say flights/travel, park tickets and hotels. Any one of those items could easily run a family over $1000, a large sum of money and large portion of the vacation budget.
I’ll show you how to eliminate the costs for hotels completely, allowing you to stay for free at one of the best hotels on Disney property – the Swan and Dolphin. [click to continue…]
The Disney Visa credit card is a popular among us Disney fans because obviously it has the name Disney in the title and who doesn’t want a credit card with Mickey on it?
Disney teamed up with Chase bank to offer the card which is targeted at you guessed it – Disney fans.
The card is no doubt popular with our community, it offers many perks and discounts at Disney World and on Disney products in general. [click to continue…]