Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Apr 3, 2015
    Christiane from ON Asked

    Where can I find the price breakdown of my WDW reservation? I'm trying to determine what our nightly room rate was at the time of booking? Our package includes DDP and park tickets so it is difficult to determine the room cost. Thanks!

    Hi Christiane!
    This is a great question. As the queen of "trip budgeting" for my family, I am always keenly interested in what the different components cost. The only way I have figured out to calculate the different components is to do a series of sample reservations. Go to the Disney website and begin by simply selecting a room only reservation for the dates you are traveling. This will give you the cost of the room. Then go back and add just the park tickets, subtract the original amount of the resort from that price and you have the price of tickets (although, in my experience the ticket price rarely- if ever- changes from the list price on the site). And finally, add your dining plan to the reservation, subtract out the original resort and ticket prices and that will give you the cost of the dining plan portion of your package. This may seem like a lot of work, but when you do it, it is easier than it sounds, I promise!  The only real variable, in my experience, is the cost of your resort room. In any given year the tickets and dining plan prices seem to remain stable. The only exception I have experienced with this is the "free dining offer" which has not been announced for this year... yet!  I find keeping a spreadsheet of the different calculations keeps the numbers organized and I can save them from year to year.

    I hope that help! If you have more questions, come on back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel- we love to help!

    See ya real soon!
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Meet the Panelist: Anne, Iowa

I’m Anne, a native Iowan, wife, mother, and grandmother. For me, a major part of the fun of a Disney trip is the planning. I have traveled to the Disney Parks in multiple stages of my life, including as a daughter, sister, aunt, mother and grandmother.  One of my favorite things to do is to travel with multi-generational groups. I am thrilled to be able to help other Disney guests plan their adventures. Learn More About Anne

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