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Disney World Room Rate Deal for Well into June 2014

By Dave Shute

Disney World 2014 Room Rate Deal from yourfirstvisit.netAs expected, Disney World announced today a room rate deal of 15-30% off at selected Disney World resort hotels for the general public—and one with a new twist, a free extra ticket day for longer stays.

The deal covers most nights

  • 3/14-4/12/14, and
  • 4/20-6/15/14,

…and needs to be booked by 3/31. (There’s also some availability for 2/24 to 3/5.)

Reported resort savings are as follows (for links to reviews of these—I’ve recently stayed in them all– see this):


Art of Animation Family Suites—15% off

All-Star Music, All-Star Sports, and Pop Century: 20% off

Art of Animation Little Mermaid rooms are not in the deal; All-Star Movies rooms may be available at 5% off.


Caribbean Beach, Coronado Springs, Port Orleans Riverside: 25% off

Cabins at Fort Wilderness: I don’t know yet if they are in the deal.  Port Orleans French Quarter may be available at 5% off


Animal Kingdom Savanna View, Wilderness Lodge Courtyard View, Contemporary Resort, Grand Floridian Resort: 20% off

Other deluxe resort standard rooms: 30% off


Animal Kingdom Jambo House and Kidani Village Villas, Beach Club Villas, and Villas at the Wilderness Lodge: 20% off

BoardWalk Villas, Old Key West, and Saratoga Springs: 30% off

Bay Lake Tower may be available at 5% off. Villas at the Grand Floridian: not in the deal


Moreover for the first time since the recession there’s a ticket deal in here too!

If you change your room-only reservation booked under this deal to a Magic Your Way package that includes at least 4 days of tickets, each ticket booked will get an extra day free, so long as the initial ticket set is for 4 days or more.

For more on this deal, see Disney’s page on it here or check in with my friends at Destinations in Florida Travel–877-918-8941 or online here.  Remember to mention when you call!

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1 Scott Damon { 01.07.14 at 12:45 pm }

We have booked the Polynesian (our first time) for a seven day trip for four over the Memorial Day weekend and into the next week in 2014. My concern is all the comments around construction at the Polynesian and the disruption/noise etc for the price. I am completely sold on the room size, pools, and convenience to Magic Kingdom (we have 7 and 4 year old children) but don’t want to be wasting money if its not worth it. We need help and our travel agent can’t verify with transparency what is happening. Help.

2 Dave { 01.08.14 at 9:53 am }

Scott, I don’t have any inside info either. I’ll be posting soon–I hope tomorrow–on Poly alternatives…

3 Karen { 01.10.14 at 6:15 am }

Scott, I have clients there now. They are staying at the Poly and have not had any issues. The main areas under renovation are not disrupting any part of their stay.

4 Dave { 01.10.14 at 7:17 am }

Thanks, Karen!!

5 Heather { 05.01.14 at 11:46 am }

Hi Dave,
I just booked a family vacation for mid Sept (kids ages 4 and 6.5) and we’re staying at AOA mermaid room. We requested the building you recommended, lake view, etc. Thank you! Can you tell me why there aren’t any promotions with this booking? If by chance Disney offers a free dining plan there’s a good possibility that we will not be able to enjoy this perk which is a bummer to say the least.

6 Dave { 05.02.14 at 6:51 am }

Heather, deals will be coming out next week for those dates, but so far Little Mermaid rooms have been excluded from deals since it opened–as DIsney has no trouble filling it at rack rates…

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