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New Toll-Free Number, and Special Transfer Offer!



By Dave Shute

My friends at Destinations in Florida are the travel agent partners of this site.

Because so many of you turn to them for help in planning and booking your vacations, they’ve made a toll free number available just for readers of this site to get in touch with them.

When you are ready to book, to speak directly to an agent who specializes in the recommendations on this site, call 877-621-9826 Monday-Saturday between 9a-4p (Eastern). (Toll-free if dialed from within the USA.)

Moreover, to celebrate this toll free number, they are also offering for one week only (November 12-19) a special reservation transfer offer.  It’s a cool deal for those of you who already have reservations.  Here’s more: 

Are you ready for an early Christmas present?  It’s Disney Transfer Week!  For one week only, you can transfer your reservation to Destinations in Florida Travel and take advantage of incredible freebies, just for yourfirstvisit.net readers.  If you booked your Disney World package with Disney (by phone or online), you can let Destinations in Florida Travel help you with your vacation planning.

When you transfer your reservation, your reservation stays exactly the same.  The only change is their agency will be added to your reservation.  Then they can then help you plan the rest of your trip with their itinerary planning, dining suggestions and reservations, and local experts (at your beckon call).  You also get lots of freebies including:

  • MousePerks – Hundreds of crafts, activities sheets, tips, and more created just for our guests.  Receive magic in your email box!
  • Orlando Magicards – Save hundreds to thousands of dollars on other activities in Orlando including dining, shopping, and recreation
  • Disney Theme Park Guide Maps – Learn your way around the parks, before you get there with Disney Theme Park Guide Maps
  • Autographed Pictures of Mickey Mouse – Your kids will love the autographed pictures of Mickey Mouse!
  • Disney Florist In Room Gift – You choose which Disney Florist gift you prefer.  If you have kids, you can choose the personalized Mickey Mouse ears with autograph book and pen.  This gift is delivered to your room at Disney World.  This gift is valued up to $208 for 4 children. OR you can choose the Mickey Treat Cooler with Mickey Mouse plush, Mickey clock, snacks, and Mickey Cooler (valued at $75).  You pick the in room gift, best for your family!

It is a simple procedure to let Destinations in Florida Travel take over your reservation.  You can either call the new toll-free number 877-621-9826 Monday-Saturday between 9a-4p (Eastern) (Toll-free if dialed from within the USA), or complete the form at the bottom of this page.

They will contact you to see if you have any additional questions and then email you a transfer form.  You will sign the bottom of the transfer form and fax to Disney.  It then takes Disney about a week to add them to your reservation.  Everything else stays the same on your reservation.  Then let the fun begin!

Transfer Week is held only one week from November 12-19.

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