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2024 Disney World Vacation Packages Are Now Available

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The Disney World site lets you pop in your dates, and presto-chango it will show you prices for hotels and tickets on the dates of your stay. Except that until today, everything after December 31, 2023 was blank on the calendar. No more. Today Disney released pricing for hotels, tickets, and more in 2024 and you can now book vacations into the next year.

Some good-to-know details are below, but if you’d just like to pass along your questions (and your waiting on hold) to someone else, the agents at TouringPlans Travel will be happy to give you a no-obligation quote.

A 2024 Vacation Package includes a room reservation and tickets, or a room reservation, tickets, and a Disney Dining Plan. It is also possible to make reservations for just the room, and Annual Passholders or those traveling with military tickets can book a package with a room and Dining Plan without needing to add tickets. For packages, a $200 deposit is required to confirm reservations made more than 30 days in advance; after that the full amount is due on booking. For room-only reservations, the first night is due as a deposit.

No More Park Reservations on Regular Tickets

For regular tickets dated January 9, 2024 or later, park reservations are no longer required. You will still be able to buy Genie+, make Lightning Lane reservations, and join Virtual Queues with these tickets, all without making a reservation. Tickets are still date-based, with pricing dependent on the start date of the ticket.

Park Hopper, Water Parks & Sports, and Park Hopper Plus add-ons will continue to be available. See: Walt Disney World Ticket Options: FAQ – Park Hoppers, Water Parks, and More.

Disney Dining Plans Available

Two versions of the Disney Dining plan are available. As a reminder, the Dining Plan must be purchased for all members of your party ages 3 and up, for the length of your entire stay. Dining Plans are available only for packages with arrival dates on or after January 9, 2024.

Disney Quick Service Dining Plan — $57.01 per adult, $23.83 per child (ages 3-9)

Everyone in the travel party (ages 3 and up) will receive 2 Quick-Service meals (including beverage) per night, and 1 snack/nonalcoholic drink per night of their package stay—along with 1 Resort-refillable drink mug. Meals and snacks can be redeemed at any time during the stay.

The Quick Service Dining Plan is available for $57.01 per adult and $23.83 per child, per night of your stay. Ages 3-9 may purchase the plan at the child’s price; 10 or over will pay the adult price.

Disney Dining Plan— $94.28 per adult, $29.69 per child (ages 3-9)

Everyone in the travel party (ages 3 and up) will receive 1 Table-Service meal (including beverage) per night, 1 Quick-Service meal (including beverage) per night, and 1 snack/nonalcoholic drink per night of their package stay—along with 1 Resort-refillable drink mug. Meals and snacks can be redeemed at any time during the stay.

The Disney Dining Plan (sometimes called the Standard Disney Dining Plan) is available for $94.28 per adult and $29.69 per child, per night of your stay. Ages 3-9 may purchase the plan at the child’s price; 10 or over will pay the adult price.

What’s Included

Dining Plan meals and snacks are distributed as credits: Table Service Credits, Quick Service Credits, and Snack Credits. We’ll have many more details in a future article, but the gist is this:

  • Quick Service credits can be redeemed at eligible Quick Service locations. At breakfast, lunch, or dinner a Quick Service credit can be used to pay for an entree and a beverage.
  • Table Service credits can be used at participating Table Service locations. Generally, a single Table service credit will pay for
    • At breakfast, an entree and beverage, or a full prix-fixe meal such as a buffet or family-style meal, plus a beverage
    • At lunch or dinner, an entree, a dessert, and a beverage, or a full prix-fixe meal such as a buffet or family-style meal, plus a beverage
    • Gratuities at Table Service meals are not covered.
  • Snack credits can be exchanged for a wide variety of single-serving items at food carts, Quick Service locations, or merchandise locations.

For all guests, beverage includes soda, coffee, or tea, or may also include items such as milkshakes and smoothies where available. For guests over the age of 21, beverage options may include alcoholic drinks such as beer, wine, or cocktails where they are available.

Some Table Service experiences designated as premium character dining, Signature dining, or dinner shows will cost two Table Service credits instead of just one.

Resort Refillable mugs can be refilled at Rapid Fill stations located at any resort hotel Quick Service or other locations at resort hotels.

Early Theme Park Entry and Extended Evening Hours

Disney has already announced that the two extra-hours benefits for on-site guests will continue to be available in 2024. With Early Theme Park Entry, guests staying in eligible Disney-owned and Good Neighbor hotels are able to enter the parks half an hour before regular opening. This benefit is available at each of the four parks, every day. With Extended Evening Hours, guests at Deluxe Resorts, Deluxe Villa Resorts, and other qualifying hotels can enjoy two additional hours in EPCOT and the Magic Kingdom on select nights.

Magical Extras

A Walt Disney World package also includes Magical Extras to make your stay in the magic even more … magical! Magical Extras for 2024 include 4 vouchers for a round of miniature golf at either of Disney’s two courses, 10% off the price of a non-discounted round of bowling at Splitsville Lanes, and 10% off Surrey Bike rentals at any resort that offers them. A variety of dining and shopping discounts are also available at a selection of Disney World locations.

Looking for an earlier trip?

If, after pricing, you decide that you’d like to visit this year instead, there are some very attractive discounts available right now. See Summer 2023 Room Discounts Available at Disney World and Disney World 4-Park Magic Ticket for Summer of 2023 for more details.

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Jennifer Heymont

Jennifer Heymont has a background in math and biology, but since she couldn't pick between the two she ended up in Data Science where she gets to do both. She lives just north of Boston with her husband, kids, and assorted animal members of the family. Although it took three visits for the Disney bug to "take", she now really wishes she lived a lot closer to the Parks.

2 thoughts on “2024 Disney World Vacation Packages Are Now Available

  • Carmella kokotajlo

    Are there any deals for January? We think we’re coming jan 13 to the 20. I’m not annual pass holder but wondering if there are any deals yet?
    Thanks Carmella

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    • Jennifer Heymont

      Hi Carmella, no, no deals for January yet.

      Reply

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