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Current Disney World Deal for 2014 Ends Tomorrow–2015 Deals Coming Soon?

By Dave Shute

What I expect to be the last Disney World special offer for 2014, a room rate deal, needs to be booked no later than October 3.

Cars Family Suite at Disney's Art of Animation Resort from yourfirstvisit.net_ (800x533)

Yesterday I got some really nice rates out of this deal for our upcoming family visit in December for our fourth stay in the Family Suites at Art of Animation and our fifth stay at Old Key West.

Disney World typically releases deals for the first part of the upcoming year in early October. So I expect we’ll see a deal going into March 2015 to come out within the next week or so.

As soon as the next Disney World discount offer drops, I’ll post about it, and also link to it here!!

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1 Jennifer { 10.02.14 at 4:55 pm }

Come on, Disney, gimme 30% off Deluxe Resorts!!! 😉

2 Kelly B - Agent with Destinations in Florida { 10.02.14 at 7:17 pm }

Why not be ahead of the game. Book your 2015 Disney vacation today. Then if/when Disney releases any promotions we’ll apply any that are available to your vacation. I’m the dedicated Destinations in Florida rep for readers—if you need help booking contact me!

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