Fall Room-Only Disney Discounts Released Today

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Thanks for Sue Pisaturo at Small World Vacations for the heads up on new Disney discounts.

This offer is called “Fall Room Savings” on the Disney web site.

Booking window – July 20 to September 18, 2015.

For travel – October 4 – November 24, and November 28 to December.

Discount depends on travel dates:

For Oct. 4-10, Oct. 16-17, Oct. 23-31 and Nov. 8-21, 2015:

  • Save up to 10% at Select Value Resorts
  • Save up to 15% at Select Moderate Resorts
  • Save up to 20% at Select Deluxe and Deluxe Villa Resorts

For Oct. 11-15, Oct 18-22, Nov. 1-7, Nov 22-24 and Nov. 28 – Dec. 23, 2015:

  • Save up to 15% at Select Value Resorts
  • Save up to 20% at Select Moderate Resorts
  • Save up to 25% at Select Deluxe and Deluxe Villa Resorts

Offer Exclusions: 3-bedroom villas, campsites, the Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows, Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – The Little Mermaid Standard View Room

Contact Disney or your travel agent to book. Offer can be made into a package by adding tickets and dining.

Click through for a calendar of current Disney discounts through the end of the year.

Disney Discount Calendar
Disney Discounts Calendar

 

Laurel Stewart

Laurel has been visiting Walt Disney World since 1971 when she was negative-15 years old and running the Disney races since 2007. Her favorite attraction is Big Thunder Mountain.

2 thoughts on “Fall Room-Only Disney Discounts Released Today

  • July 22, 2015 at 12:42 pm
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    Interesting that the discounts are lower than they have been for the deluxe resorts. They’ve been 30% for quite some time now. Is Disney starting to pull back?

    • July 22, 2015 at 12:55 pm
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      Could be. From a revenue perspective, the fall rates are already a lot lower than spring and summer rates, so maybe Disney isn’t inclined to discount them as much?

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