Should I keep checking for Nov AP rates?

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by Susiesnowflake, Sep 27, 2003.

  1. Susiesnowflake

    Susiesnowflake DIS Veteran

    Mar 19, 2003
    Have reservations at the Poly in Nov. After multiple calls, I was able to get the AP rate for 4 of the nights. The other 3 are at a AAA rate. Still a bit steep. I've been checking and checking and checking without success to convert those AAA nights to AP. The Swan still has AP rates/rooms available, and my husb thinks we ought to stay there our last 2 nights. It would be a savings of $106/night + tax. I really prefer not to switch, but a $212 plus savings does sound nice. I'm losing hope that I'll get an AP discount for those last few nights at the Poly. We can splurge and pay the AAA rates, but he's thinking it's crazy to do that. What do you think? I have read many positive things about the Swan, and the location is tempting for our nights at Epcot and the Boardwalk. Should I keep trying for an AP rate for our last 3 nights at the Poly, just pay the AAA rate, or swtitch to the Swan for the last 2 nights?
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  3. Disneycrazymom

    Disneycrazymom DIS Veteran

    Mar 28, 2001
    While I prefer not to change resorts during a vacation, as I like to unpack only once, I will say that I love the Swan. It could work out nicely for you to tour MK while at the Poly and then Epcot while at the Swan. The Swan is a very nice hotel, very quiet with great resturants and pool. The location to Epcot and MGM is wonderful. So close that you can walk. Enjoy your vacation!:D
  4. NotTooGoofy

    NotTooGoofy <font color=purple>Go BUCKS!<br><font color=blue>L

    Jan 1, 2000
    The Swan is a good choice - it's very close to the Boardwalk and a 15 minute walk to EPCOT/MGM. You could always make the Swan reservation and then keeping calling each morning to see if anyone has cancelled their AP reservations for the 3 remaining nights at the Poly. People tend to cancel their reservations as they get closer to the date they were supposed to leave.

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