How much is your 2013 WDW vacation going to cost you?

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by mickeystoontown, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. RainK

    RainK Mouseketeer

    Feb 15, 2008
    Haven't booked..... Deciding between May or August.

    But, I have it saved so.... 2adults, 2 kids under 10.
    may 18-25 (8 nights)
    AoA little mermaid standard
    5 day tix with water park
    Not including airfare Or dining plan. (airfare about $1000)

    Might book August instead due to high probability of FD. :worship:

    Might have to kick it back to 7 nights....based on price. I NEED FD! :yay:
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  3. Hoosier37

    Hoosier37 DIS Veteran

    Sep 20, 2010
    6 Nights/7 Days at AoA (Little Mermaid) in June, park hoppers, trip insurance, and no dining plan...$2653.56
  4. vicky33006

    vicky33006 Mouseketeer

    Apr 27, 2012
    March 10-16th (Yup...we're crazy)

    2 adults, 1 child (6)

    6 nights at Pop
    7 days PH passes, no water parks
    Regular Dining Plan

    $3081- We haven't included flights yet though
  5. artemis908

    artemis908 EPCOTnaut

    Jun 5, 2012
    February 2-10
    2 Adults
    Boardwalk Inn
    Deluxe Dining Plan
    8-day park hopper
    $5834.00 + price of airline tickets at about $300 per a person
  6. wdw71

    wdw71 DIS Veteran

    Jan 30, 2007
    Maybe the dates are the difference. We are there April 6 - 13. The CM told me the price before the AAA rate and then after. Maybe I will still call back and have it checked.
  7. Disneyhenry

    Disneyhenry DIS Veteran

    Jul 24, 2010

    2 adults 1 child (age 4)
    7 nights 8 days Dec 1-8
    CR, MK view
    8 day hopper plan

    crossing my fingers for a special!!
  8. Colleen27

    Colleen27 DIS Veteran

    Mar 31, 2007
    April 12 to 16

    Pop Century
    1 adult
    $601 room only
    $425 ticket upgrade (to AP)
    $75 TiW card
    $200ish airfare
    $150 food
    $80 tours (Gardens of the World and Behind the Seeds)
    $1531 plus spending

    May 23 to 27

    All Star Music
    1 adult, 1 Disney adult (14yo)
    $549 room
    $71 DS's ticket upgrade
    $400ish airfare
    $500 food
    $1520 plus spending

    I haven't looked at prices for the fall trip yet but that one will be stupid-expensive because it is an anniversary trip without the kids, full of pricey extras like Victoria & Alberts, at least one Food & Wine festival event, and the Backstage Magic tour.
  9. AJ1983

    AJ1983 DIS Veteran

    Oct 6, 2011
    Disney portion of my trip (May 6-11)

    5 nights at POP - $710
    2 Adult 2 day WDW passes - $375
    No Dining plan
    Total = $1085

    Other costs:
    Return flight for 2 to Orlando - $1450
    Carnival cruise with Orlando return transfer - $1600
    Dining/groceries/alcohol in Orlando - $400
    2 Adult 2 day P2P US/IOA passes with transfer from Disney - $340
    Cruise alcohol - $200
    Misc - $200

    GRAND TOTAL : $5265 :eek:

    Oh well, its our 3 year anniversary and my first 30th birthday
  10. jennbunn

    jennbunn Mouseketeer

    Sep 22, 2006
    for us it is 5/16 to 5/27 2 adults and 1 disney adult ds age 10. POR perfered 8 day base tickets no ddp 3784.28. I am starting to think about adding on the QSDP but still on the fence. Dates are subject to change depending on the star wars weekend dates. : )
  11. mickeyluv'r

    mickeyluv'r DIS Veteran

    Feb 14, 2005
    I would not book this early. WAY too early for any discounts.
  12. wdw71

    wdw71 DIS Veteran

    Jan 30, 2007
    Problem with this is that there is no guarantee of a discount from Disney. Look at POFQ Fall discount is a measly 5%, who is to say it will be any better than that for Spring and if you are like me using AAA there are only a certain number of rooms available at that rate. So better to book with some sort of discount for the time being.
  13. ColonelHathi

    ColonelHathi Mouseketeer

    Jan 27, 2012
    Just booked our Oct 2013 trip this morning with a 15% off AAA discount! :banana::hyper:

    9 nights/10 days POR water view for $1727 (Room Only)
    2 adults/ 2 kids under 9

    We'll be scoping for better discounts since it's still quite some time away, but yay!

    We are also flying: $1600 est. but may save some $ w/ miles for cash
    Rental car for 7 days: $300 (from DCC, we want to be mobile off-property too)
    5-day park tickets: $1,100
    Food (est. ADRs without FD): $800
    MNSSHP: $250+
    Bayou Pirate Adventure $60
    @ $6,000 total :faint:

    We're covering off on spa treatments, souvenirs, and a few extras with gift cards that we have already started saving up. :thumbsup2
  14. shannonstar

    shannonstar StarGirlJapp

    Mar 25, 2009
    November 14th-24th, so 10 nights/11 days

    DVC Points from BCV/AKV 15th-24th - 1562
    Nov 14th & 7 day P/H + WP & More - 1411.62
    Universal w/ Mears 500.62
    Flights There 303.90
    Flights Home 649.8
    MVMCP - 183.04
    Wishes Dessert Party - 86.98
    Photo Pass Plus - 169.95
    Total so far - 4867.91

    Other food (not on DP) and various misc stuff unknown - so probably close to 6000 in the end. Sad, but true.
  15. KittyKat1978

    KittyKat1978 DIS Veteran

    Aug 7, 2011
    Looking at going in May:

    May 10-19, 2013
    1 adult
    All Star Movies (the only value I haven't been too that I want to stay at)
    9 nights
    8 day park hoppers
    no dining
    no insurance
    no special offers

    $1600.81 x 1.05 = 1743.85 CAD

    Air fare would cost me around $700
    Food $35 a day for food = $315 x 1.05 = 330.75 CAD
    Baggage fees $50 (guess)
    Insurance $100 (I like to buy my own so it will include airfare)

    Total: $2924.60 (a guess on the exchange)

    And spending money of course so this could cost me around $3300.00 CAD
  16. mkoerner

    mkoerner DIS Veteran

    Aug 19, 2010
    Sadly, no 2013 trip for us. We want to take a long trip out west in 2014 with one of the stops being Disneyland, so we're saving our DVC points to be able to accommodate 8 people out there. It's ok though because some of our family are taking a cruise to Bahamas out of Bayonne for spring break :)
  17. KittyKat1978

    KittyKat1978 DIS Veteran

    Aug 7, 2011
    or my usual Sept

    Sept 1-10, 2013

    1 adult
    All Star Movies (the only value I haven't been too that I want to stay at)
    9 nights
    8 day park hoppers
    free dining (don't have as of yet, but have gotten it every time)
    no insurance

    $1339.78 x 1.05 = 1406.77 CAD

    Air fare (is not up yet but I have never paid more than)$500
    Baggage fees $50 (guess)
    Insurance $100 (I like to buy my own so it will include airfare)

    Total: $2006.77(a guess on the exchange) even if I had to pay for food
    ($330)it would only be 2336.77

    And spending money of course so this could cost me max $2700.00 CAD

    That is a savings of $600 from May........maybe I should stick with Sept.....
  18. mickeymouselover

    mickeymouselover Earning My Ears

    Jun 26, 2012
    I am assuming most of these are packages that are posted when they reference the dining plan.

    Mine is:

    4 Adults (2 of which will be 16yo)
    Coronado Springs
    8 day package with dining, park hopper and water park


    Still need airfare, looking at approximately $1200.00

    Grand total: $5835.06

    Does this sound reasonable, does anyone have any tips to save some money.
  19. latexscooter

    latexscooter Be nice even if it takes some effort.

    Jan 22, 2006
    Dates of travel: June 1 to 9, 2013 (8 nights/9 days)
    Resort: Polynesian
    Room type: Standard (aka garden view)
    Our group: 2 adults, 1 child
    Tickets: 9 day park hoppers
    Dining plan: Disney dining plan
    Trip insurance: Yes
    Cost: $6,624.76

    We're going to fly so our total cost will go up once flights are available and we book.

    No discounts yet but hoping for one to become available that we can apply. I don't expect that to happen until early 2013. Decided to work with a TA just so we can have an extra set of eyes to help find and apply a discount.
  20. Sue M

    Sue M DIS Veteran

    May 27, 2009
    My feelings exactly. AAA discount is way better then the one WDW released for FQ :sad: Used to be we'd book AAA then switch over to WDW discount when released cause they were way better. Not the case any more.

    Dis you phone back and check your discount?
  21. Mariep26

    Mariep26 DIS Veteran

    May 12, 2011
    Haven't booked yet but have it all priced out-- still debating where to stay

    February 25 - March 1, 2013
    5 days/4 nights
    2 Adults and 3 Children
    Port Orleans Riverside Alligator Bayou
    Room, Tickets with PH and QSDP =$2997.62
    Airfare - currently $218 RT PP so $1087. I have a $600 credit with Delta for volunteering my seat that needs to be used by June 2013. Total = $487.00 (approximately, I am going to wait out the tickets a bit)
    Total = $3484.62
    This is for a standard room --we haven't discussed upgraded views or anything yet.

    For the same time frame here are the other two options I priced out

    AoA - total without airfare = $3542.18 ( room/tix with PH and QSDP)
    ASMu Family Suite - total without airfare = $3322.34

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