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Old 09-13-2011, 11:51 AM   #316
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sooooo..... if you get an offer by email or mail for a discount at a resort, can you not use that offer along with free dining? How does that work?

Kicking around options for a group of 11 of us to make a trip next year and just wondered if it's possible (in the unlikely event that I receive an offer) to use both......

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No, you can't combine a free dining offer with other discounts like room/ticket discounts. The free dining offers involve buying a Magic Your Way package with a room and park tickets, paying rack rate for the rooms, but including the Dining Plan. If there's more than one discount offer (free dining vs. others) available to you, you have to pick which one works best for your situation.
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Old 09-13-2011, 05:07 PM   #317
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Thanks for all the great info.

Sorry if this has been answered already. (This is hypothetical; not for what's out there currently.) Let's say there's a room only discount and a free dining discount out at the same time. Can you request one room through the free dining package and then request a connecting room using the room only discount? Or would the connecting room have to be at the rack rate? Thx...
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Old 09-15-2011, 11:49 AM   #318
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I'm putting it out there into the universe: I really, REALLY, R-E-A-L-L-Y want a 40% off discount pin or code or pin-code. Please code gods, send one my way.
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Old 09-26-2011, 10:45 AM   #319
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Old 09-28-2011, 07:58 AM   #320
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I'm putting it out there into the universe: I really, REALLY, R-E-A-L-L-Y want a 40% off discount pin or code or pin-code. Please code gods, send one my way.
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Old 10-10-2011, 09:44 AM   #322
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I will be at WDW April 14-22. Of course, I'd love a discount!! I am probably looking into this too much and should just be patient before imagining all the "what ifs", but I can't! I am worried that IF a discount comes out, it will begin on April 15 (since the 14th is still holiday pricing). If that is the case, what can I do to still get the discount for the remainder of my vacation? If it is a room only discount, I know I can leave my dates the way they are and just get the discount on the nights it is offered. But what if it is kids stay and play free? We aren't planning on going to a park the 14, so should I just make that day room only? IF we decided to go to a water park that day, could I pick our tickets up early? What about if it were free dining? Thanks for any advice.
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Old 10-15-2011, 07:51 PM   #323
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Thanks for all the great info.

Sorry if this has been answered already. (This is hypothetical; not for what's out there currently.) Let's say there's a room only discount and a free dining discount out at the same time. Can you request one room through the free dining package and then request a connecting room using the room only discount? Or would the connecting room have to be at the rack rate? Thx...
Did you ever get an answer on this? I was wondering the same thing.
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Old 10-16-2011, 08:03 AM   #324
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Thanks for all the great info.

Sorry if this has been answered already. (This is hypothetical; not for what's out there currently.) Let's say there's a room only discount and a free dining discount out at the same time. Can you request one room through the free dining package and then request a connecting room using the room only discount? Or would the connecting room have to be at the rack rate? Thx...
I'll give it a shot A previous question was somewhat related and the answer was basically one or the other BUT... Technically you could IMHO take one room free dining, but all parties in that room would have had to pay for park tickets and room included in that rack rate but you would get your free dining for all those in that one room. You could technically get a second room (if available) with connecting doors at RO discount, but the party in that second room, would not get free dining nor would they have park passes. This is what we are doing. My BIL and SIL with their kids are doing the FD and we jumped in to join them on vacation but already had our tickets and we do not like FD (limits our choices) so we got a RO discount and have made a request for adjoining rooms. Request is made but ONLY if available. We are hoping for at the least, the same building and same hallway... Going to GF with 30% RO discount
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I'll give it a shot A previous question was somewhat related and the answer was basically one or the other BUT... Technically you could IMHO take one room free dining, but all parties in that room would have had to pay for park tickets and room included in that rack rate but you would get your free dining for all those in that one room. You could technically get a second room (if available) with connecting doors at RO discount, but the party in that second room, would not get free dining nor would they have park passes. This is what we are doing. My BIL and SIL with their kids are doing the FD and we jumped in to join them on vacation but already had our tickets and we do not like FD (limits our choices) so we got a RO discount and have made a request for adjoining rooms. Request is made but ONLY if available. We are hoping for at the least, the same building and same hallway... Going to GF with 30% RO discount
Thank you I think I will give Disney a call and switch one of our rooms to the RO discount. Just checked online and still available for our time period.
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Thanks for your help...

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Did you ever get an answer on this? I was wondering the same thing.
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I'll give it a shot A previous question was somewhat related and the answer was basically one or the other BUT... Technically you could IMHO take one room free dining, but all parties in that room would have had to pay for park tickets and room included in that rack rate but you would get your free dining for all those in that one room. You could technically get a second room (if available) with connecting doors at RO discount, but the party in that second room, would not get free dining nor would they have park passes. This is what we are doing. My BIL and SIL with their kids are doing the FD and we jumped in to join them on vacation but already had our tickets and we do not like FD (limits our choices) so we got a RO discount and have made a request for adjoining rooms. Request is made but ONLY if available. We are hoping for at the least, the same building and same hallway... Going to GF with 30% RO discount
I thought this might be the case. I'm glad you found a way for it to work with your group. I hope you get connecting/adjoining or at least close. It sounds fun; I'm trying to talk my bro and SIL into doing the same thing. I was interested in doing this for the extra space. I have a feeling I'll have to get a family suite or just stick to one room. Or maybe rent dvc points and decide whether to buy the dining plan oop. Hmm...
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Old 10-16-2011, 09:54 AM   #327
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I started getting 40% off offers after I got the Disney credit card.
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Old 10-20-2011, 12:46 PM   #328
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40% discount after you signed up for credit card? I've had the Disney Visa card for about 2 years and never got anything like that!!
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Hey all. Thank you very much for explaining the codes. That helps. We want to go in June but we are hoping for some kind of discount. Please let me know if something becomes available.
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