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Old 05-06-2013, 12:40 PM   #1246
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:43 PM   #1247
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Man, it is seriously going to be the longest week ever, waiting for Thursday to get here!!!
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:45 PM   #1248
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Anyone book AoA suite yet?
Are they treating the AoA suites like a value? So you have to upgrade from quick service to regular?
I booked AoA Lion King. And yes, had to upgrade to regular DP.
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Has anyone noticed our post count in eight short days?

I believe we will hit two thousand posts on Thursday, if not before.

And yeah, this thread will explode on Thursday as well.

Oh, and I just received my email from visa....
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:47 PM   #1250
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Anyone book AoA suite yet?
Are they treating the AoA suites like a value? So you have to upgrade from quick service to regular?
People have been booking the AoA suites all morning, but Nemo suites seem to have some limited availability for some dates. The Little Mermaid rooms are blacked out.

AOA is a value resort so under a FD promo you would receive the Quick Service DDP. If you would like a different DDP, you would have to pay the upgrade cost.
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:47 PM   #1251
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Just wanted to stick this out there for those trying to decide between FD or RO discounts. You really need to run the numbers to compare. If we did RO at our current resort, POR, it would be $360 cheaper then what we are paying now; and if we dropped to ASMo it would only be $720 cheaper. We would easily spend more than that on dining if we paid OOP since there's so many of us, so it is definitely cheaper for us to go with the FD (took almost $1500 off the package price). Just run the numbers and compare because it all depends on how many in your group and where you plan on eating.

Thanks again to those for the heads up! We knew we wanted to do the Halloween party again but we've been waiting to plan for whenever the FD would be offered.
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Congrats all Sept FD'ers!!
We did FD last Sept and now we wont go any other way. FD rocks!!
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:50 PM   #1253
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Has anyone noticed our post count in eight short days?

I believe we will hit two thousand posts on Thursday, if not before.

And yeah, this thread will explode on Thursday as well.

Oh, and I just received my email from visa....
Now that you mention it, it has boomed! Is there some kind of record for the most posts in the shortest amount of days? Wow! How time flys when you're havin' fun

Still no email from Visa.....although last month did receive email from them for next years runDisney events.
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:51 PM   #1254
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We got the visa offer via email with codes in it. Anyone know if we can use these codes online somehow or do we have to call and make reservations? I'm not sold on going and want to look at pricing and hotel options before making a decision. Would prefer to do that online vice over the phone.
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Just wanted to stick this out there for those trying to decide between FD or RO discounts. You really need to run the numbers to compare. If we did RO at our current resort, POR, it would be $360 cheaper then what we are paying now; and if we dropped to ASMo it would only be $720 cheaper. We would easily spend more than that on dining if we paid OOP since there's so many of us, so it is definitely cheaper for us to go with the FD (took almost $1500 off the package price). Just run the numbers and compare because it all depends on how many in your group and where you plan on eating.

Thanks again to those for the heads up! We knew we wanted to do the Halloween party again but we've been waiting to plan for whenever the FD would be offered.
Free dining at a value or moderate resort is almost always going to come out way ahead of a room only discount. With a deluxe you may want to run the numbers. Some of the really expensive deluxe rooms can come out ahead with a RO offer, but even then number and age of guests can make a difference - especially of all the kids are over 10.
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:53 PM   #1256
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We got the visa offer via email with codes in it. Anyone know if we can use these codes online somehow or do we have to call and make reservations? I'm not sold on going and want to look at pricing and hotel options before making a decision. Would prefer to do that online vice over the phone.
No, you will just have to price out your trip on the Disney site and not add the DDP - that will give you the FD promo cost.
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Just wanted to stick this out there for those trying to decide between FD or RO discounts. You really need to run the numbers to compare. If we did RO at our current resort, POR, it would be $360 cheaper then what we are paying now; and if we dropped to ASMo it would only be $720 cheaper. We would easily spend more than that on dining if we paid OOP since there's so many of us, so it is definitely cheaper for us to go with the FD (took almost $1500 off the package price). Just run the numbers and compare because it all depends on how many in your group and where you plan on eating.

Thanks again to those for the heads up! We knew we wanted to do the Halloween party again but we've been waiting to plan for whenever the FD would be offered.
I'm confused, how are you seeing more at a value than a mod? Maybe I'm not understanding your numbers.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:00 PM   #1258
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Has anyone noticed our post count in eight short days?

I believe we will hit two thousand posts on Thursday, if not before.

And yeah, this thread will explode on Thursday as well.

Oh, and I just received my email from visa....
Ok. This is my first time on here. We have been to Disney for the last 5 years and always received the FREE DDP. We are in the UK and are looking for some advice. I see everyone is booking their free DDP today, good news, however, we have had to leave our booking this year til now (work commitments) we normally book earlier and get the free DDP. Does anyone know if free DDP will be offered in August (as previous) for UK travellers.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:03 PM   #1259
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People have been booking the AoA suites all morning, but Nemo suites seem to have some limited availability for some dates. The Little Mermaid rooms are blacked out.

AOA is a value resort so under a FD promo you would receive the Quick Service DDP. If you would like a different DDP, you would have to pay the upgrade cost.
I think having to pay to upgrade is a little crazy. I know you are at a value resort, but you are paying a deluxe price.
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You booking with the visa, is a deposit ok or you have to charge in full right now.
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