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Guests Are Grabbing Resort Discounts Which is Causing Long Waits

If you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World, you know it will be pricey. Tickets, food, merch, and many other things are increasing in price. Plus, you have to figure out how you’re going to get there, and flights can get pricey as well as gas if you decide to drive.

Whenever you have an opportunity to save some money, you’re going to want to take it. Recently, Walt Disney World announced some discounts on Resorts, and Guests jumped on that opportunity.

 

Yesterday we shared that on select Resorts at Walt Disney World from March to July; you could save up to $100 per night. That makes such a huge difference and is a big save.

 

Related: Save Up to $500 on a Five Night Stay at Walt Disney World

That is right in time for spring and summer break, so the kids have time off from school, and it can fit into many family schedules perfectly.

 

If you were planning on just jumping on the website and booking right away, you might have been surprised to see that there was now a wait time to book your vacation. Wait times have varied but reached over an hour. Make sure that you keep an eye on the time because once you get in, you only have 10 minutes to claim your spot on the website.

Not only are people excited for those discounts, but Annual Passholders could also save up to 25% on select Walt Disney World Resorts between January and March. There are so many savings going around this may be the time to book your next Walt Disney World vacation.

If you go in 2022, you’ll be able to enjoy everything that the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World has to offer. With a new firework show at both Magic Kingdom and EPCOT, there are new experiences that you won’t want to miss.

Related: Walt Disney World Annual Passholders Can Get a Discount to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon

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About Tricia Kennedy

Tricia lives in Orlando and loves having Walt Disney World pretty much in her backyard. She can be found at Disney several times a week. She will often stop by a park for an hour or two, but she also enjoys spending a whole day there with her friends. A lifelong Star Wars fan, Tricia especially enjoys Star Tours and has ridden over 200 times. If Tricia is not at the parks she's out playing drums or with her dog Yoda.