When to plan a 2021 spring break trip?

BelleQ

Earning My Ears
Joined
Sep 13, 2011
We are planning to celebrate my son’s senior year by going spring break 2021. When should I start planning that? We’ve already been 3 times with our two sons who will be 18 and 16 next year. When they were 6 & 8, 10 & 12, and again when they were 13 & 15. Normally I would book now - 6 months in advance. Is this too early? Would a travel agent be able to adjust our reservations if discounts come up between now and then? I don’t know if any deals going on right now.
 

Disneyfan754321

DIS Veteran
Joined
Feb 19, 2019
We go every March and start planning in August. I would get in it as soon as you can. Spring break fills up fast and rates go up. If better rates come up you can call Disney
 

MickeyMouse3!

MickeyMouse3!
Joined
Oct 25, 2018
Working for a school district here, we can only travel at the most expensive, and busiest times. On that note, we just booked for our spring break right at the 7th month mark. Hopefully some restrictions will be lifted and characters will be more available. We're taking our 5 year old granddaughter for her first trip.
 

Blondie58

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jun 22, 2020
Working for a school district here, we can only travel at the most expensive, and busiest times. On that note, we just booked for our spring break right at the 7th month mark. Hopefully some restrictions will be lifted and characters will be more available. We're taking our 5 year old granddaughter for her first trip.
As dedicated and well planned teachers we always traveled in July. However, things have changed in retirement and the years of hard work and dedication to students have given way to multiple vacations a year at "the best times". The years will pass very very quickly. Sooner than you think you will be us. Thank you for your work with "our future". PS. Per original question: Costco has great travel planners.
 

Bama Mom

Disney Dreamer
Joined
Dec 13, 2017
We are booked for March during my niece's spring break. This is an all girls trip this year. I would definately book now rather than later. If you book a package (room and tickets right now) you only have to pay $200 down and if you just book the room you only have to pay what it costs for the room for one night so I would do it ASAP. If you use a TA they can and will apply any discount that may be released. Thats one of the reasons we wait to pay the full amount. My poor TA has had to make changes to our reservation so many times already because we keep adding people or removing them.
 





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