NEW: Ultimate Disney Fall into Magic Package

BeckyW

New member
You can kick off fall in the most exciting way of all with a unique 4-day/5-night package from September 3 to 8, 2018 at select Disney Resort hotels. With this limited-time offer, you’ll delight in an itinerary full of magical must-dos and exclusive experiences just for Guests on this package. You’ll also enjoy a 5-night stay at a select Disney Moderate, Deluxe or Deluxe Villa Resort hotel and 4-day Magic Your Way theme park tickets with a Park Hopper Option!

Here's a peek at what their incredible itinerary includes:

  • Tuesday, September 4, 2018: an exclusive "Welcome to Fall" dinner at Epcot inspired by the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival
  • Wednesday, September 5, 2018: a nighttime Kilimanjaro Safaris tour followed by an exclusive showing of Rivers of Light at Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park after park closing
  • Thursday, September 6, 2018: two hours of exclusive evening access to Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios
  • Friday, September 7, 2018: tickets to Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom park
Book now through August 19, 2018—and get excited for a vacation packed with adventure and spook-tacular memories!


*The number of rooms allocated to this offer is limited. The number of packages available for purchase is limited. Valid theme park admission required to attend theme park events on September 4, 5 and 6 included with this offer. Theme park tickets with Park Hopper Option must be used within 14 days of first use. First use must be by December 31, 2019. Special event tickets to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party only valid on September 7, 2018.

Important Details:




  • Cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion.
  • Advance reservations required.
  • Offer excludes 3-bedroom Grand Villas.

 

Momofpirates

New member
I haven't looked at any prices or anything, but I think it is interesting that the offer mentions the extras and nothing about a discount at all, and that the only exclusions seem to be the 3-bedroom Grand Villas. Maybe I'm wrong and it isn't a discount at all, just special extras? I will be curious to see reports of the extras and how crowded they are, especially the MNSSHP and TS evening.
 

BeckyW

New member
I don't think there is a discount per se, just the "promotion" that it includes something special in each of the 4 parks.
I recall seeing positive reviews of the similar Christmas offering, I'll be anxious to hear how this one goes!
 

BeckyW

New member
I got some pricing back on one of the resort options:

2 adults,
Standard Room, Coronado Springs
4- Day Park hopper
8pm Seating at the Epcot dinner
2 Tickets to MHSSHP
Total $2230
- With QS Dining - $2755
- With DDP - $2985

So it's basically $1100/adult for the 5-night stay. Might be a fun adults trip!
 

Carley

New member
I got some pricing back on one of the resort options:

2 adults,
Standard Room, Coronado Springs
4- Day Park hopper
8pm Seating at the Epcot dinner
2 Tickets to MHSSHP
Total $2230
- With QS Dining - $2755
- With DDP - $2985

So it's basically $1100/adult for the 5-night stay. Might be a fun adults trip!
Tyler may have me emailing you soon! :RpS_lol:
 

Momofpirates

New member
I also work at a school and my 17-yo plays soccer, so fall is out for us too. It would definitely be a great couples trip, though!
 

cboyer

Active member
That would be a good couples trip. DH and I already have our couples trip planned for October already though, otherwise I might consider it.
 

hizouse

Member
Looks like that would cost about $2,049, including tax, without the extras but with the MNSSHP. That's with the current discount being offered.

So that's about $90/person for a couple (assuming Becky's quote included tax) for the dinner at Epcot and the 2 night experiences. Good deal!
 

Anne

Well-known member
I'm willing to take my kids out of school for a Disney trip...just not the very first week of school! I guess that is why they are offering it that week, one of the very slowest weeks of the year. So sad we can't take advantage of it.

ETA: Disney is a good incentive to home school :RpS_lol:
 
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