Disney in February

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  1. dahrjo

    dahrjo Mouseketeer

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    Hi,
    I need a kind of quick answer, if anyone can help...
    My son's marching band will be in Disney for 4 days in February, with a price of $500 per person, which includes, hotel, meals, park passes, transportation once there, a special surprise dining event.

    Does this sound like a reasonable price? The hotel would probably be All-star Music.
    With airfare it would be $800.

    So, I will get him the 4 day with his group, but does it sound reasonable for the rest of our family?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. kat3668

    kat3668 Mouseketeer<br><font color=green>Driving me nuts i

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    Sounds pretty cheap to me.....
     
  4. jwfla422

    jwfla422 DIS Veteran/Philly Native

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    If it's early Feb. sounds pretty reasonable to me. If the price is "per person" the resort room can actually be around the $80 mark PER NIGHT (not per person-pre-tax). Then, tix for 4 days could be around $250 per person...and with meals it'll definitely run past that $500 per person with the resort and tix unless you eat cheap counter service everyday. So the $500 sounds like a pretty good deal to me.:thumbsup2
     
  5. dahrjo

    dahrjo Mouseketeer

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    It's actually the 3rd week of Feb. I am sure I can find flights for less than $300 though.
     
  6. jwfla422

    jwfla422 DIS Veteran/Philly Native

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    That would probably be after President's Day, so it is actually "peak" season. $500 would be quite a deal as the resort would probably be higher than I quoted on my earlier post during that time of the month.
     
  7. MinnieForMe

    MinnieForMe DIS Veteran

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    That's cheap to me! My son is doing Washington, DC on a class trip next May for 4 days for $800 (that's no airfare and most buildings/museums are free to visit). I'd jump at the chance to send my son's band to DW for that price!
     
  8. ccgirl

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    Around here, that is hovering our February vacation so flights are very high. At least $400 per person for direct non-stop flights at desirable times.
     

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