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StacyMarie
03-15-2012, 10:42 AM
I booked our trip without booking the air travel through Disney. I have been watching the prices and they are not so good right now. Last night, I decided to mess around on the website and book a 1-person trip with the same exact tickets, dining, etc and went ahead and added the airline information as well just to see the price of the tickets through the Disney website. It was about 250.00 for the ticket. I wrote down the flight information and got on the Delta website to see what the price was if I booked the same exact flight on the Delta website because I thought the price was okay. Delta pulled up the same flight for 330.00 per person, an 80.00 difference per person :scared1: I would gladly pay 250.00 per person over 330.00 per person (we have a party of 7). I fear that the prices are not going to get much better than that because I have been watching and the lowest in the past 4 weeks has been 273.00 per person out of several different airports and several different carriers.

My question is can I call Disney and have them book my air and add it to my trip that is already booked?????

If not, then I would even consider cancelling and rebooking my entire trip for the same days, etc. and adding air. Has anybody had any experience with any of this??? Please help and thanks for any info you can provide!!!!

Alesia
03-15-2012, 10:49 AM
I would just call Disney and ask them (as soon as possible.)

francie57
03-15-2012, 01:42 PM
When you priced the ticket through Delta did you put in that you needed 7 because that could be the difference since there may only be a few seats left at the lower price. I would call Disney to see what their price is and then check back on Delta and put in for 1 person and see what comes up.

StacyMarie
03-15-2012, 04:59 PM
FYI, I called Disney. You can add airfare through them at any time after your package is booked. The CM I spoke with said they offer very "competitive" rates! I would have to agree :)