Agreed 100%. Why would you buy airfare thru Disney anyway? You will never get a better price that way, or a price adjustment if fares drop. As Frontier told you, Disney travel company are buying bulk tickets. Book your own airfare. Afraid you will just have to use this $1000 as an expensive lesson. By the way, the resorts, parks, travel company, etc, are all separate divisions. Edit to add quote from you, OP: "When I look online flyfrontier.com, I find that if you search for 3 tickets the price is in fact roughly $500 per ticket. When you search for an individual round trip flight, it's less than $175 per person." Disney looked for 3 tickets, not "search for individual round trip flight", as would any travel agent. So by your own experience, the lowest it would be $1500 ($500 X 3), so what you actually got thru Disney. If you want to do as you suggest, again, you have to book yourself. Airlines frequently advertise low prices---getting those to work for you is a different story. To get what you want, do it yourself.