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Disney World Room Rate Deal for into April 2021

By Dave Shute


Disney World has a room rate deal that makes savings available compared to regular prices for stays most nights beginning January 3, 2021 through April 17, 2021.

The deal must be booked by March 15, 2021, and availability might be limited.

Savings are higher at the more expensive resorts, and typically are also highest Sunday nights through Thursday nights, with lower discounts available on those Fridays and Saturdays between January 15 and February 13, 2021.

Value resorts offer savings of 10% to 20%.

Moderate resorts offer savings of 15% to 25%.

Deluxe resorts offer savings of 25% to 35%.

Disney Vacation Club resorts offer savings of 15% to 35%.

More on this deal is here. You can book it directly, or through the long-time travel agent partner of this site, Kelly, who can also check to see if you are eligible for any other deals, and which would be best for you.

Contact Kelly using the form below:

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