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mickin
02-20-2010, 02:55 PM
Im trying to get a single room for the night of 3-8-10, at a value resort. I am a FL resident so I tried to get a discount for that date. I checked on disneys main page and after going through all the steps for 4 people it says that its $121 for the all-stars and $133 for pop. The cm on the phone when I called reservations said that the normal rate for values for that time is $180. (that seems a bit high for values)

On mousesavers they say that the normal "rack rate" for that season was $125 for the values. If its supposed to be 30% off of that, then the room should be in the 80s.

So I dont know if mousesavers is wrong or the cm on the phone when I called reservations just didnt want to give me the discounted rate.

If anyone has any hints, suggestions or information it would be appreciated.

Nadjalu
02-20-2010, 03:41 PM
I have not heard of any of the values being that high. I could be wrong but I don't think so.
There is a calendar on the website that lists the prices for each hotel in the value, reg and peak seasons.
Maybe check that. I would link you but I am not sure where it is. I think if you go to the home page and go from "planning" you will find it somewhere.

dd50
02-20-2010, 03:45 PM
The regular price is $105, or $140 for preferred. The discount is 25% off which would be $93.75 or $105 for preferred for Pop.

mickeynut1
02-20-2010, 03:58 PM
I just looked it up on Disney's website and for March (which is peak season), rack rate for a preferred room for 4 adults is $181 ($160 + tax) and a standard room for 4 adults is $164 ($145 + tax). There is a fee charged for each adult over the first 2, but I'm not sure if it's $10 or $15 each. Priced with 2 adults/2 kids, a standard room is $141 ($125 + tax) and a preferred is $158 ($140 + tax).

CanadianGuy
02-22-2010, 07:29 AM
There is a charge of $10 per adult beyond 2 in the room.. so.. 141 + 20 + taxes - is precious closed to $180 a night.