10 people going need cheapest way

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  1. davidlw

    davidlw Earning My Ears

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    I will be going with 9 other people Thanksgiving week 2008. I guess that I will have to get 3 rooms etc. Are there any discount codes during Thanksgiving week. What is the least expensive way to pay for this tribe to go? We wan the dinning package also.
     
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  3. MidgeD79

    MidgeD79 5 generation photo. I'm a great-grandma!!

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    You could get a suite at the all-stars and 1 additional room. The suite would give you a small refrigerator and microwave. I don't think there are any discounts during any holiday time.
     
  4. disneygirl29

    disneygirl29 See you soon Mickey!

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    there are 10 of us when we go too(every year)... you might not need 3 rooms.... there are some moderates and deluxes that allow 5 inroom... and if you have any under the age of 3 going they do not go into the count for the room! Let's start with the ages of those travelling and I can give you an idea!
     
  5. Ratpack

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    If you have AAA, you can use that discount almost always.
     
  6. snugglepeas

    snugglepeas Mouseketeer

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    if you really want the cheapest way then that would be get a couple tents and stay at fort wilderness, 10 people can stay on one campsite.
     
  7. bigmoonmullen

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    Another option if you want to stay offsite is to rent a 3 or 4 bedroom home/condo... You can save a BUNCH... we have done both... personally I prefer onsite because of the Disney atmosphere and transportation system... BUT the large three bedroom condo we rented in 2002 was exceptionally nice and at that time only cost us $600.00 for a week... nice to have a kitchen and laundry but did not care for the drive to/from the parks... even though it was only 3 miles from one on the entrances... It took a while to sort of get comfortable coming and going... Another thing you will find is once you get to a park you are not likely to run back to the condo/home for a nap... you pretty much stay for the duration.... So that may also be a factor you need to consider... the ages of your party and what everyone desires are.

    Have a Great Trip,

    Mark
     

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