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  • On Oct 6, 2019
    Christina from MA Asked

    What is your cancellation policy? Hopefully not, but just in case.

    Hi Christina!

    Thanks for your question. We definitely understand that things unforeseen do happen in life which requires plans to change, sometimes at the very last minute. Being married and a father of 2, I always have to prepare for the unexpected. :-) Hopefully, though, if you're planning for a trip to Disney, there is nothing that will hinder you from experiencing "The Happiest Place on Earth!" :-)

    So if you secured through Disney one of their Disney Vacation packages, the cancellation policy is as follows:

    *Cancellations made 30 days or more will be refunded in its entirety (this excludes third party fees such as airline tickets, etc.).

    *Cancellations made between 2 - 29 days are subjected to a $200 cancellation fee; the rest will be refunded.

    *Cancellations made 1 day or less are non-refundable.

    Now you may also want to consider adding the Travel Protection Plan to your Disney Vacation package. This insurance plan covers you if you have to cancel your trip for reasons such as illness or injury. My family and I always add travel insurance to our Disney package, just to have that added protection in case anything last minute occurs.

    Wishing you and yours all the best (with no cancellations) on your Disney trip!

    Terry
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