Really confused about "seasons" at Disneyworld

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  1. queenofhartz

    queenofhartz DIS Veteran

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    So, I'm confused about the 2011 seasons at Disneyworld. Does anyone know what they are or where I can get a list of them? Looks like the changed value season and added a value 1 and 2? huh? :confused:
     
  2. GoofyFairie

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    The seasons vary by resort. I discovered when I was checking out different resosrts in different categories that what can be a value season for one may not be a value season for another, though for the most part they are pretty similar. You might find a chart on allears. Hopefully someone else can give you more information.
     
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  4. Sue M

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    I noticed the value 1 & 2 also :rolleyes: sheech!

    http://allears.net/acc/faq_hot.htm

    click on the resorts fact sheet links to the left of the page to see the season chart for each resort.
     
  5. queenofhartz

    queenofhartz DIS Veteran

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    Thanks! All Ears had the info I was looking for, and I sure am glad, because they've changed some things since I went last...I think. Beach club had a Value, Regular, Regular II, Fall rate, etc. It's kind of complicated.
     
  6. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper Seeing isn't Believing, Believing is Seeing.

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    1) The seasons are different for different resorts.
    2) There is an easier way to tell.
    3) Ask me when I want to go.
    4) It always seems to be a high-priced season.
     
  7. Sue M

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    :laughing:
     
  8. RMulieri

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    They seemed to have virtually eliminated the Value season between Thanksgiving and New Years and now call it Fall.
     
  9. jace

    jace Earning My Ears

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    well that sucks:sad1::sad1:
     
  10. RMulieri

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    It does that the December Value season is gone.For me to go in December it would cost me almost $100 more per night than it did last year
     
  11. mickey&minniealways

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    Seasons for dvc are also completly different from what you will get going throudh disneys central reservations. Thery are broken up into 5 seasons.
     
  12. queenofhartz

    queenofhartz DIS Veteran

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    LOL! :rotfl:

    I also was able to find detailed charts on the Disneyworld.com website if anyone else is interested. There is Regular and Regular II, Value and Value II, Fall, Holidays, etc. It's really complex. I was just trying to figure out the cheapest time of year to be honest. ;) It looks like it's the first 4 weeks of the year after New Years at most resorts.
     

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