If I book with Complete Orlando.....

Discussion in 'UK Trip Planning Forum' started by Eliza32, Sep 21, 2012.

  1. Eliza32

    Eliza32 DIS Veteran

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    So, been looking at going to POP 5-19th Sept 13. Price on Disney website is £1488pp for accom and 14 daytix, price on Complete Orlando is £1388 for same.

    If I book with CO and Disney decide to offer the free QSDP for those dayes, can I get it added to the booking for free?? We got caught out with something like this through Virgin in the past were we were not eligible to add the DP and I don't want to lose out again. I would rather pay the extra £100 for the Disney booking on the offchance that we might get FD.

    Any advice you guys can give would be great.
     
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  3. orangetiggs

    orangetiggs Married my sweetheart in DISNEY!!!!!

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    Value resorts here dont get free dining, usa disney website you can get free ddp but not here

    We tried to add free ddp to our booking a few years back and they wouldnt let us as it needed to be all booked together
     
  4. MichelinMan

    MichelinMan I Am Speed - Ka-Chow!!!!

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    Eliza, is that price for Disney including a Quidco discount? If not, it might be cheaper booking through Disney, via Quidco. You can get 3% cashback from Quidco, so that would be £44 back for the hotel. Plus you get 3% off for the tickets, which is another £8-9 per person. Then add in the $100 (around £62) Disney spending money for booking through Disney, and it will probably work out a bit cheaper.
     
  5. consumermonkey

    consumermonkey Mouseketeer

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    If you are looking for free dining, price up one of the mods. I found the price not that much more and although there is debate over free dining, if you are in the market for it, mod is the way to go.

    I second the quidco route too. My family of three adults had cashback of about £125 and the $200 (this year's deal) disney spending money.

    All in all we think we had a good deal.
     
  6. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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    Disney would be £1488.20 less 3% Quidco = £1,443.55 less $100 giftcard = true cost of £1,381.82. I have not checked CO but if they are £1,388 they are more expensive than Disney.

    Moderate would be £2,033.50 less Quidco & Gift card = £1,910.77 with free QSDDP, £529 more than Value or broken down its £18.90pppd for your food and moderate instead of value.

    Last one would be OKW or SSR Deluxe resorts, £2,413.90 free regular DDP.
     

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