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The Happiest Place on Earth isn’t open for business—yet. But now we know that they are working hard to help guests rebook vacations when they do reopen.
Disney plans to lure back reticent visitors, who had cancelled their Disney vacations within a certain window due to the closure brought by the Coronavirus pandemic, with an incredible deal. This move should jumpstart recovery as the theme park giant heads into the busy summer season.
Walt Disney World, including all theme parks, water parks, and resorts, are now taking reservations for dates on and after June 1.
Incentives for Modification or Rebooking Your Disney Vacation
Anyone who had a trip planned during the closure between the dates of March 16 and May 31 and had to change their reservation, will be given a special recovery promotion that will include free dining, with just a few requirements. This also applies to guests who cancelled their Disney vacations.
Cancelled reservations must have been cancelled March 1 or later to qualify.
The plan will follow the normal offer—guests staying in value and moderate resorts will be given the Quickservice Dining Plan, while guests booked at deluxe resorts will receive the Standard Disney Dining Plan. To take advantage of the plan you must have a minimum 2-night stay and a 2-day ticket, and you must call (407) to book. This offer is only available over the phone.
All the Details
Here’s everything you need to know about this special offer.
- Guests can book this offer for travel dates June 1-September 30.
- This offer is ONLY valid for guests who had their original dates booked March 16-May 31.
- This offer is only available for U.S. and Canadian guests.
- Florida residents can take advantage of this offer.
- Annual Passholders are also able to book under this offer, and tickets may be applied toward a renewal of an Annual Pass.
What About My Previously Scheduled Visit?
See above, and hang tight and be patient—and give the experts at (407) WDISNEY a call. They can answer all of your questions regarding how to rebook and what is available for the dates you’re considering.
And seriously—be patient. There have been massive amounts of calls during this unprecedented time, and the agents have been working tirelessly to help guests navigate the unchartered waters—all while taking care of disruptions in their own lives.