Guests of Walt Disney World have always been able to call and book resort reservations within 499 days of their Walt Disney World vacation. But now, guests can also add packages to their reservations including Magic Your Way and the Disney Dining Plans as well!
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Disney Magic Your Way Package at Disney World
If you’ve anxiously been waiting to book your 2018 Walt Disney World “Magic Your Way” package, the wait is over! Disney has released its 2018 Resort Package Rates and that means you get the pick of the litter for resort rooms and more!
Note: These packages will be valid for arrivals Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2018. Please note the last date of your vacation cannot be booked more than 499 days in the future.
This is a great time to get your 2018 Walt Disney World vacation booked even though it may seem so far away. Did you know that in order to book a Magic Your Way Package you only need to make a $200 deposit? It’s almost like a layaway plan for your Disney Vacation.
- Itinerary Planning
- Dining Reservations
- Disney Tips & Tricks
- Exclusive Access to the Traveling Mom Disney Tips & Planning Facebook Group
- Gifts for the Kids
Other Disney Benefits
A single-serving non-alcoholic beverage will include items such as:
- Artisanal Milkshakes
- Fresh Smoothies
- Premium Hot Chocolate
- Soda, Coffee or Tea
A single-serving alcoholic beverage includes items such as:
- Beer or Cider
- Wine or Sangria
- Mixed Drinks and Specialty Cocktails
Alcoholic beverages may only be redeemed with a quick-service or table-service meal entitlement.
Where to Buy Discounted Disney World Tickets
Headed to the Happiest Place on Earth? TravelingMom recommends Undercover Tourist for discounted tickets including $7 off Mickey’s Christmas party tickets and $8 off Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween tickets.
This is a great time to get your Walt Disney World trip booked and in place even though it may seem like it is so far away. Doing so allows you to make payments along the way and keep the ‘Disney Magic’ alive.
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