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Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by griff, Jan 7, 2001.

  1. griff

    griff Earning My Ears

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    I am coming to WDW, and more specificly, Fort Wilderness, in June for 7 or 8 days. There will be six of us, Me, my wife, and two sons along with thier girlfriends. Bottom line, one bill payer. We have another family coming with us with thier RV who will have the same scenario.
    1- How can I save some money buying 6, 4 or 5 day hopper passes.
    2- If we plan on doing a day at Universal Studios, will one day be enough, or should we plan two?
    3-It seems like I remember getting a break on the per night rate after a week or maybe the seventh day free at FW. Was that a dream?
    4-The last time I was there and played golf, guest that were staying on site would get a big discount on green fees. Is that still the case?

    Any help will be appreciated
     
  2. Rhonda

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    Hi!

    I'll try to answer a couple of your questions. A Hopper Pass is your best bet - I would start buying them now at your Disney Store. That way, you won't have to spend as much when you get there.

    Universal can be done in one day if you only do one park. But, to do the whole thing, it would take 2-3 days, I think.

    Unfortunately, there is no break on your 7th day. You have to pay everyday to get into the parks.

    I'm not sure about the golf question - maybe someone else here knows?

    Feel free to ask anything else! You sound like you'll have a wonderful trip!

    - Rhonda :-)
    Camping Board Co-Moderator
    rhonda@wdwinfo.com
     
  3. ALostBoy

    ALostBoy Mouseketeer

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    Hi Giff,

    1- discount hopper passes? There is not a big
    discount on passes. You can get a Disney Club or
    AAA discount if you belong either of these. The
    discounts work out to about 5%. You can also try
    ticketres on this site. You can get about the
    same discount from them. There are not any "great"
    discounts on tickets.

    2- Universal? If you plan on doing IOA and Universal I would plan on 2 days.

    3- I am not sure about a 7th day free (maybe
    before my time) but you can get Disney Club, AAA,
    Annual Pass and other rates. You have to be a
    member of the organizations or have a annual pass
    to get the discounts.

    4- Golf discounts? I do believe there are
    discounts but I think they are after a certain
    time of day(say 11:00).

    You may want to do searches for discounts on the
    boards here. Also look at the budget board and
    read post there.

    Good luck.

    ALostBoy
     

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