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  • On Jan 26, 2011
    Shane from OH Asked

    What a wonderful tool this is!! Is it possible to stay part of trip at one Resort , then move to another..The tickets are the only thing that tapers in price right..we can't choose between two resorts and thought this might be a cool solution. Thank you

    Hi Shane!

          Yes is is entirely possible and quite fun to stay at two different Walt Disney World Resorts during one trip!  I have stayed at two different Resorts on one trip before and it is quite easy as long as you do not have a Dinning Plan attached to your package.  Disney treats the two stays as separate trips even though they are all part of your one vacation.

          My advice to you is to get a package with room and park tickets for the first Resort that you are staying at. Make sure the park tickets cover the entire length of your vacation.  For example, if you are staying for 8 total days then you can purchase a 8 Day Magic Your Way Park Tickets with the first Resort. These Tickets will be attached to the room key (Key to the World Card) of the first Resort that you are staying at. You will have to use these particular Key to the World Card to get into the Parks during your entire trip.

         Then for the second Resort, just purchase a room only package.  Also you can arrange with bell services at your first Resort to transfer all of your luggage to the second Resort for you!  This is a great service which saves you hauling your luggage around!

    I hope that you have an amazing and magical trip next time you travel to Walt Disney World!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
    Marc
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Meet the Panelist: Marc, New York

I am a single Father to one incredible boy.  I would love nothing more than to provide people with Disney vacation planning that will enable them to have a new experience or make their Disney vacation just a little more magical! Learn More About Marc

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