Wouldn't Disney have my reservations???

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by TrueEeyore, Jun 10, 2008.

  1. TrueEeyore

    TrueEeyore Dasani Girl

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    I just tried calling Disney but the lady said since I booked through an agency, she couldn't access my information...But they have it when you check in so what's the difference?
    I really didn't want to deal with the agency again because I wasn't happy with the service, so I wanted to go to Disney directly and now they're saying I can't. What should I do?
     
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  3. safetymom

    safetymom Super Moderator

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    Disney can tell you the reservation exists but nothing else. You need to deal with the agency since they "own" the reservation until you check in.
     
  4. TrueEeyore

    TrueEeyore Dasani Girl

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    That stinks. :( Thanks safteymom.
     
  5. cara loves the poly

    cara loves the poly DIS Veteran

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    That's why I've always booked directly with Disney. I won't use AAA because of that.
     
  6. Minnie&Nana

    Minnie&Nana Dreams do come true!

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    Any guest can call Disney and make a new reservation, then cancel the one with the agency (I'd do it asap!).

    We've done this before and it worked out great. If you book directly with Disney you will not need to give them a deposit for 14 days (even though they will ask for CC ~ unless you are arriving less than 45 days for a pkg and 30 days for room only), so you'll have 14 days for your other deposit to clear.

    If you have a pkg and have pd it off, then it will depend on cancellation fees, if any. Would definitley check into it - no one needs to put up with poor service from a TA - it is service industry, no service, no business! ;)

    Good luck!
     

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