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Old 10-22-2014, 01:51 PM   #1
Earning My Ears
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Pin codes are going to be the death of me

I need opinions please. Currently we are traveling to FL (Daytona Beach) Nov 15-19. We (me, DH, and DD age almost 4) currently have a one night room only reservation for AoA. We planned on driving over from Daytona and staying over the night before our one day at MK. I didn't book this room under a pin code. I picked AoA bc DD is a Cars fan. But the look of the rooms doesn't thrill me.

This morning I get an email with a pin code, I had gotten this before but wasn't able to use it at AoA, so in playing around this morning I find the following options:

A room at Beach Club for more than AoA, but I start thinking about Stormalong Bay and walking the Boardwalk at night and think it would be cool to check this off my "I stayed there list".

A room at GF for about the same. It was really nice when we did this type of one day thing a few years ago at the Poly to get up and go right to the MK. and again the "I stayed there" thing. The pool area looks nice for DD.

If I did rebook, would I lose my BOG fastpass that was booked under my current AoA confirmation number? I have never changed a reservation so I didn't know how that worked. Also, our bands have shipped. Please tell me they will not send another set.

To throw a wrench in the whole thing, DH would rather stay in Daytona the whole time (we are staying with my grandparents). I have a fear of Orlando morning traffic and not making a 9am rope drop. Again, if I canceled everything would I lose the BOG fastpass?

What would you do and why? Is Stormalong Bay fun for small kids?
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Old 10-22-2014, 09:54 PM   #2
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Don't try to do it online yourself, instead call Walt Disney Travel Co. and let them know you'd like to switch resorts and give them your pin code....and your existing reservation #. See if they can find the rate with you pin code and they can change it, but you'll still retain your original res # and anything on MyDisneyExperience that you've already booked will remain the same (FP, dining, etc)

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Old 10-23-2014, 08:04 AM   #3
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Thanks, I figured it would take a phone call. Still deciding. I guess it is time to make the pro/con list.
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