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Old 25 Jun 19, 08:34 PM  
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I have priced up 2 weeks on 13th aug 2020 without the park tickets on and POR or POFQ is £3514 itís seems a lot. We have usually booked OKW for free DDP but canít see it or SSR 🤷
Certain rooms types have not been included in the offer at some resorts, standard at POR for example. OKW & SSR are not being released until after 330 days out from your check out date and the discounts on them are getting less and less each year.

Looking at those dates in August none of the moderates have standard rooms available so thatís your issue.
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Old 25 Jun 19, 08:39 PM  
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We have booked CSR standard room, 2 weeks end of July for £4094, that's including park tickets for 3 adults
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Weíve paid £2101 for two adults for a week at CSR with the DDP upgrade and 14 day tickets for the end of September this year. I thought it was a good price but seeing the prices here it feels like weíve paid more than we should have...! Or are these prices without the inclusion of tickets?
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Mine is for a week, standard king without tickets added it was 2100 ish with tickets on.
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Originally Posted by MariaLynda View Post
Mine is for a week, standard king without tickets added it was 2100 ish with tickets on.
Ah, that sounds more like it. I was worried for a minute! 😊
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For next October 2 weeks at DCS for 2 was £3800 that was with the upgrade to the full dining plan though. Think it was around £3300 with the free quick service.
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To see the total price for your intended dates, hotel and tickets, Kenwood Travel have a great search engine. From the home page click hotel and villa only, then WDW resort, enter dates and length of stay group size and it will give you the total price at a variety of Disney hotels.

It is good to get a feel for the cost and whats included but it assumes availability which isn't always, if at all available.

We booked last Sep for Feb this year and paid £2599 for 3 adults inc park tickets & QSDP for 8 nts at CSR. Looking now, for the same dates in 2020 it has gone up to £2722, so £123 more. August adds another £150 or so in total.
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1339 for all stars - 3 people May 2020, 891 to upgrade to qsdp, 1287 for tickets all with Disney
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14 nights at All Star Sports this November with QSDP and my park ticket was 2k.
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I think Disney up the prices back in 2018 and the exchange rate has gotten worse since 2016, plus when we were pricing up we found the prices varied by upto £500 even in the same week.

We almost booked Yacht & BC for 2 weeks with Virgin going over the October H/T and for 2 adults and 2 children with flights, free DDP, park tickets etc it was coming in at £9300.

We ended up booking 6 nights @ AKL and with flights, car hire, DDP & tickets for £5500 all booked separately as now going on a cruise as well.
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