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New Disney World Room Rate Deal for Residents of the Southeast

By Dave Shute

Disney World announced a new room rate deal a few days ago that basically represents up to 20% off per night at certain value resorts, up to 25% off per night at certain moderate resorts, and up to 30% off per night at certain deluxe and DVC resorts.

The new Disney World deal covers “most nights” through December 25th, and needs to be booked by December 25th.

The catch is that only residents of a set of southeastern states—Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia—are eligible for this deal. (Residency is validated at check-in by credit card billing address.)

Not all Disney resorts or room types are in the deal—some because of demand, and others because they remain closed.

Disney’s page on this deal is here.

Other deals came out at the same time. The best way to sort them out for your specific circumstances is to work through a travel agent, who will get you the best price.

I recommend Kelly, the long-standing travel agent partner of this site. Contact her using the form below:

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