New blog series coming from your friends at Walt Express! DID YOU KNOW: Disney World Offers Payment Plans For Disney Vacations.
Walt Express is super excited (we get excited a lot when it comes to anything Disney) about a new blog series we have been working on! We get asked A LOT of questions and thought all of our readers might benefit from them if we just wrote a blog about it! This way, everyone can be “in the Disney know“!
DID YOU KNOW: Disney World Offers Payment Plans For Disney Vacations
Payment Plans For Disney Vacations
Our first “Did you know” is about payment options for your Disney World vacation. Some people call it a “Disney layaway plan”, some people call it a “payment plan”. No matter what you call it, we call it GENIUS!
Disney makes it pretty easy to spread your payments out over a period of time, giving you as long as you need to afford that magical Disney vacation.
If you have a vacation package, you simply pay a $200 deposit (which is deducted from the total price) and you have 30 days before your vacation begins to have it paid in full.
Whether your trip is in 4 months or a year from now, you have that long to pay it off. You can make weekly/monthly payments or one big payment when the final payment is due.
What does a vacation package consist of? A vacation package can have several variations. To be a package, you must have either park tickets or a dining plan added to the reservation, or both. Pretty simple, right?
Resort Room Only
If you are only reserving the room and not adding park tickets or a dining plan, you can still take advantage of the “payment plan”, giving you plenty of time to pay. You would simply pay one night’s deposit for the room and make payments or pay the balance upon your arrival at the resort.
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