Hello all, This is budget related, so I thought I'd ask everyone's opinion. We booked a package for the last week of August (mostly for the dining plan) to stay at Ft. Wilderness (cabin). We booked and paid for it in full around April 25. Today (May 22) they sent us an email saying that tickets weren't included in the price at the time of booking (we booked everything online) and now we owe an additional thousand dollars, due immediately. My question is, how can they do this? I find it hard to believe that it took a month to figure out this "mistake". My husband actually called there before we booked to make sure tickets were included; the lady said they were, but unfortunately he didn't write down her name to back this up. On our original e-mail we got after we paid for the package, it says something like Ft Wilderness cabin with MYW tickets and free dining and has all of our names on it. The e-mail doesn't specify what type of tickets were included, just that the package was booked with MYW tickets. Now they want to charge us for 8 day MYW tix with park hoppers, and we don't want park hopping or any more than 5 days worth of park tickets. If you were in this situation, what would you do? Would you pay the extra thousand dollars and chalk it up to a lesson learned? Or call there and complain that tickets weren't included in the first place? I am assuming that they won't let us cancel.