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  • On Jan 13, 2010
    Natalie Asked

    I would like to take my 6 year old this summer to WDW, however I cannot pay the full $2K that it will cost me (per Disney's online price). Does Disney offer a monthly payment plan? I wouldn't mind paying a fee for a payment plan that would secure a trip.

    Hey Natalie,

    I am glad that you asked about how to spread out paying for your Disney Vacation. Since you have been on the Disney website, you are probably registered, if not do so and use the My Disney Vacation Link to manage your trip. There will even be a countdown of days until your trip!

     

    There are a few ways you can secure your reservation without paying the full 2K up front. First, you can book your trip online or with a  reservations cast member by telephone, and you may pay $250 down as a deposit. At that time, you may make payments as often as you wish (like every pay day) just as long as you are paid in full 6 weeks before your vacation arrival date. Secondly, you may just book your hotel stay only, and pay for 1 night to secure your entire resort stay with payment due upon arrival to your resort. The magical folks at Disney will allow you to add and pay for your park tickets and dining plan later if you wish. If you are trying to take advantage of one of the promotions just add 1 day of park tickets and again you can change or add tickets later.  Oh yeah, no fees! Have fun Natalie!
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I am a former air traffic controller turned stay at home mom and entrepreneur from Northeast Ohio. I have 7 children that range in ages from five to nineteen years of age. I enjoy roller skating in the summer months and snow skiing in the winter.  Learn More About Portia

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