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Old 04-25-2013, 02:51 PM   #1
Freezing Cold B
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Upper Midwest
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Resort Reservation Made- Split Stay Question

. I made our resort reservations for AKL standard view 2 nights), and WL standard view (4 nights). If I get a discount pin I might upgrade the WL to a woods or pool view.

We used to do split stays, but this will be our first in a while (probably the last was in the mid 1990's when I was a kid). I talked to two Disney reservation workers and the first made it sound like a split stay was almost impossible. I "think" she was trying to be nice, but she kept trying to sell me stuff I didn't want/or need. Anyway, for those who have done split stays recently, is it that hard? I posted on here about a year ago the same question, but she was like "there have been so many changes, etc.. etc.." I'm a little scared now. But, she kept talking about the package, and I wanted room only. She wouldn't drop the "package", from our conversation. She kept saying my tickets would get left behind, and I'd have to buy two sets of tickets (which I don't need tickets anyway, and I told her that) and two dining plans (which I don't want to DDP). Ugh The second person I spoke with didn't say anything about my split stay (room only), but she seemed like she wanted to get off the phone with me asap.
Over 40 trips to WDW between 1988-2010.
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