Have you ever been sitting in front of your computer wondering how to start your Walt Disney World planning?
Today we will share some hints to help make the process easier and more efficient when you call the Disney Reservation Center (407) 934-7639.
Whether if it is your first trip to Walt Disney World, first time booking a vacation for yourself, or even if you’re a seasoned pro you’ll find some useful tips!
Walt Disney World Planning Tips:
7 Things to Know Before You Call
1. Travel Dates
Try to have an idea of when you are looking to travel. Pick specific dates, know they can be changed. It is also a good idea to have a backup set of dates or know if you are even flexible by a day or two.
2. Travel Party
Have a plan of who is traveling in your party. Know how many adults, how many children (including their ages), and make sure that you include infants in your count. These can all have an impact on where you can stay and your overall cost.
3. Travel Plans
How are you planning on getting to Walt Disney World? Are you flying, driving, or coming by train? Did you know you can book airfare or rental cars or limos through Disney for one stop shopping?
4. Plan Ahead
If you can, plan your vacation as early as you possibly can. This gives you a chance to save money for your trip and possibly on your trip. Did you know you can currently book stays up to 499 days in advance of your travel dates by calling Disney directly? This can be extremely helpful if you know where you want to stay, when you want to come, especially if you’re coming at a popular time of year.
5. My Disney Experience
Do you have a My Disney Experience account?
Setting up an account online is easy and will make the reservation process efficient.
You will need a minimal amount information to setup an account at mydisneyexperience.com, and the process should take less than five minutes.
6. Contact Information
Make sure you have the contact information for those for whom you’re trying to book as you are not able to book them all under your info.
The information you will need to provide is:
- legal first and last names (middle names or initials as they appear on government issued ids like license, birth certificate, or passport if flying with dates of birth for TSA),
- ages of any children under 18 at the time of check in,
- complete mailing addresses (street address, city, state, zip, etc.),
- the best contact phone number, and
- an email address.
Keep in mind Disney cannot honor surprise reservations, so they will be sending out reservation information by either email or postal mail including pricing.
7. Saving Money
Calling the Disney Reservation Center at (407) 934-7639 directly could also lead to finding ways to save that you didn’t expect.
You may find an offer that you are eligible for that you have not received yet, occasional and random room upgrade offers, packages that can only be booked over the phone such as discounts for active duty or retired military, and packages with room and dining without tickets.
Cast Members can also provide helpful suggestions and easily compare package savings over the phone between multiple offers to see which one is the best savings for your party.
I hope that these tips help you in your Walt Disney World planning!Follow us for more updates: