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snowprincess09
04-02-2009, 07:11 AM
Im looking to travel to disney in december for the christmas season, ive seen alot of packages ready to book with Leger, Ferris coaches etc.... I was wondering if anyone has booked with thomson or if thomson do trips to Disneyland? :santa:

Would really like to get this booked so have longer to save etc and just looked at various way's people to book with etc :confused3

Thanks in Advance

thelittlemermaid83
04-02-2009, 07:14 AM
Disney dont release Winter dates till May, so i would wait and book with them as they may have some offers on.

jillrobinson
04-02-2009, 07:33 AM
I booked our last trip in October for March, no shareholders discounts available, then 1 week after I booked early booker discount introduced, then 2 months after that early booker discount increased. I won't be booking ahead in future with Disney Direct.
If though you want to book a package with coach travel I guess that it's rather more important as availability is limited and I'm guessing that you're not likely to gain anything from any last minute Disney deals via a Tour Operator.
I booked our Nov. 2007 Christmas trip with Leger in August and at first was told that there was no availibility for Sequoia Lodge, it did become available again later due to a cancellation but SL in particular is a popular choice for the Christmas season.

Hope that helps you with your decision. :)

Lisa_C
04-02-2009, 12:54 PM
Im looking to travel to disney in december for the christmas season, ive seen alot of packages ready to book with Leger, Ferris coaches etc.... I was wondering if anyone has booked with thomson or if thomson do trips to Disneyland? :santa:

Would really like to get this booked so have longer to save etc and just looked at various way's people to book with etc :confused3

Thanks in Advance

I used Thomson for my upcoming July trip :-) The main bonus here is they book direct with Disney so if you benefit form any current offer they are running. We booked our travel separately (still through them) and saved 800 for 4 adults and 1 child with the brilliant 40% off offer.

I'm definitely going to use them again, any problems I go in and they phone Disney for me to sort it out!!

Just don't use Thomas Cook, they have their own packages and don't deal directly with Disney and work out a lot more expensive.

snowprincess09
04-08-2009, 03:34 AM
I used Thomson for my upcoming July trip :-) The main bonus here is they book direct with Disney so if you benefit form any current offer they are running. We booked our travel separately (still through them) and saved 800 for 4 adults and 1 child with the brilliant 40% off offer.

I'm definitely going to use them again, any problems I go in and they phone Disney for me to sort it out!!

Just don't use Thomas Cook, they have their own packages and don't deal directly with Disney and work out a lot more expensive.

Thanks for the info, im just waiting for thomson to have te dates avaiable, been told end of the month, then i can go in and get a quote and hopefully book :banana:
I really want to go for christmas :santa:
I priced up with Thomas Cook and yes the were very expensive!! :mad:

viviennep
04-08-2009, 01:29 PM
I would definitely recomend Thomson's. I booked with them and as Lisa said they phone Disney direct and get a quote for you, straight away. I saved over 80 on the online price. Always a bonus!

If I can find the funds I to would like to visit when the christmas decorations are up.

I have visited WDW when it was christmas and new year. We had dinner at the Contempory on Christmas day - wonderful.

Good luck with your booking

vivienne