Florida Resident Rate anticipation from CM

Discussion in 'Disney Discount Codes and Rates' started by eeyore45, Mar 19, 2005.

  1. eeyore45

    eeyore45 <font color=darkorchid>Do-it-yourself pixie dust =

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    Another weekend, another call to wdw!!

    My goal is to have my vacation paid before summer - and dining too! But that supercedes the theory that I shouldnt pay rack rate/published rates!! So do I join AAA to get a package deal, and let go of the Fl ressie rate? Well, once again, I called to do some number crunching with the poor CM on the other end!! :sad2:

    She says "wow, you really do your homework" and I said, "Yes, but there are too many choices" she said to stick with the Fl ressie rate, as she is hearing they will come out with a discount of 30% - 40% " now I thought that was higher than usual, she said at this time the current computer configuration isnt able to handle a Florida Ressident rate with a dining package, and we're understanding that it is wanted, so the software engineers are working on a program that will allow us to give a package, but at this time we have no details, and it probably wont be out until this summer.

    OK she sold me! Now, do I transfer and put our reservations over to AKL (we're currently booked at POFQ! I just think DD would enjoy the pool theming better at AKL, and I imagine my dad would like the bars better at AKL!! :)

    Of course this may be more speculation to an already confused arena of codes, and discounts!
     
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  3. A Mickeyfan

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    Not sure what you are asking (I am a blonde forgive me ;) ) but I thought that the FL rates were out. At least that is what I was told the other day by a CM. The FL rates & the AP rates are the same... (they usually are too). No matter what ...AP and FL rates are always better than AAA rates..if that helps you at all :flower:
     
  4. Tiggerlover91

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    :confused3 :sad2:

    I apologize...I don't understand either.
     

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