Two Deals for Disney World in 2014 Released Today
By Dave Shute
As predicted, Walt Disney World released today two deals for early 2014.
ROOM ONLY DISNEY WORLD DEAL FOR EARLY 2014
One deal is a room discount deal, and covers January 5 – April 12, 2014
This deal needs to be booked by December 31, 2013, and offers the following discounts (except between March 6-13, when discounts, if available, will typically be 5 percentage points less.):
- 20% off: All Star Music, All Star Sports, Pop Century Resort
- 15% off: Art of Animation Family Suites
- 5% off: All Star Movies
- Excluded: Art of Animation Little Mermaid Standard Rooms
- 25% off: Caribbean Beach, Coronado Springs, Port Orleans Riverside, Fort Wilderness Cabins
- 5% off: Port Orleans French Quarter
- 35% off: Animal Kingdom Lodge (Standard & Pool View), Beach Club, Yacht Club, BoardWalk Inn, Polynesian Resort, Contemporary Resort, Grand Floridian Resort & Spa , Wilderness Lodge (Standard & Woods View)
- 25% off: Animal Kingdom Lodge (Club Level & Savanna View), Wilderness Lodge (Club Level & Courtyard View)
- Excluded (or perhaps 5% off): Other view types
- 35% off: Saratoga Springs, Old Key West, Beach Club Villas, BoardWalk Inn Villas
- 25% off: Villas at Wilderness Lodge and Animal Kingdom Lodge Villas
- 5% off: Bay Lake Tower
- Excluded: Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and 3-bedroom Villas
Disney World’s page on this deal is here.
DISNEY WORLD EARLY 2014 “PLAY, STAY, DINE AND SAVE” DEAL
Disney World also released today a “Play Stay Dine” deal for early 2014. It covers arrival dates from January 5 through March 5, 2014 and needs to be booked by December 31.
This deal does not look quite like similarly named deals Disney has released in the past. On its webpage, for an example 4 person family, savings are on the order of $120/night at eligible deluxes and moderates, and $80/night at value resorts.
Savings on this deal will vary quite a bit among families of different sizes and ages and in some cases the room-only deal will be better. In general, the smaller and older your family, and the more expensive your room, the better the room only deal…but sadly you–or your travel agent, or the Disney cast member you call–will need to do the math.
Disney’s page on this deal is here.