?? hotel discounts

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  1. n2dzny

    n2dzny Mickey fan all my life!!!!

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    I just got a call from my friend and she told me that she is getting married at GF!!!!!!!!! I am so excited for her....but I have a question. How much is the discount? when I found out that she was getting married at Disney, I called her and told her that I needed to know the date so I could book a room, but she called me and told me that she was going to select 3 resorts for us to chose from & we would get discounts on the rooms and tickets. Also, how much is the discount for park tickets?
     
  2. ChocolateMouse

    ChocolateMouse For the love of the mouse... and chocolate!

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    Guests get the Park Hopper option for $20 off. However, I don't think they can add the Water Parks & More or the Disney Dining Plan options to these types of tickets.

    As for hotel discounts, it depends on the time of year. Here are the Regular season prices for my wedding this spring:

    Deluxe Resorts:
    Grand Floridian Resort and Spa - $298
    BoardWalk Inn - $251
    Yacht Club Resort - $251
    Beach Club Resort - $251
    "Contemporary Resort - $209
    Garden Wing Room"
    Polynesian Resort - $327
    Wilderness Lodge - $225
    "Animal Kingdom Lodge - $285
    Savannah View Room"
    Moderate Resorts:
    Caribbean Beach Resort - $140
    Coronado Springs Resort - $140
    Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter - $140
    Port Orleans Resort – Riverside - $140
    Value Resorts:
    All-Star Music Resort - $89
    All-Star Sports Resort - $89
    All-Star Movies Resort - $89
     
  3. ExCPKate

    ExCPKate Mouseketeer

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    I pretty sure the general %'s off are:
    deluxe convention hotels: around 29-30%
    Polynesian: 15%
    AKL: 14.8% (but only off of the Savanna view)
    Moderates: 14.8%
    Values(excluding Pop Century): 10%

    That should give you a bit of an idea!
     

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