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Disney World Deal for October to December 2017 Released

By Dave Shute

Disney World released a new deal today. I’m on the road, so my friend Kelly wrote the following about it for you:


Well, Disney is at it again. They just released a “Wicked Good” offer for everyone. The new discount will provide a savings of up to 20% on select Walt Disney World resort hotels.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • The discount is available most Sunday through Thursday nights for 10/8-11/16/2017 and for stays most nights 11/17-11/21/2017 and 11/25-12/24/2017
  • Book by 10/7/2017 (For stays 12/8-12/24 book by 12/24)
  • As always there are exclusions–for example campsites, Cabins at Copper Creek, Bungalows at Polynesian, and Little Mermaid rooms.

So far, this discount seems to have extremely low availability.

But you have no need to wait on hold for hours with Disney.  When you book your vacation with, all of my services (dining planning, fastpass reservations, etc) services are free including future discount watch.  I’m Kelly, the dedicated Destinations In Florida Travel Agent for Contact me today at or 980-429-4499 to book your Magical Disney Vacation.

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