Should I use a travel agent when going to Disneyworld?
My family of 5 wants to go to Disneyworld in the fall. We live in MN, and I have never booked a big vacation like this. Should we use a travel agent or book ourselves? Should we stay in a Disneyworld hotel or book outside of Disneyworld? Any advice is appreciated!
Asked By: dustyk - 6/10/2007
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98% or so of travel agencies are going to run the exact same price as Disney. There will be a few that have a fee for booking with them, but most do not. I've been using an agent that doesn't charge anything and she does a much better job than the agent I had a few years ago that did charge... More
Answered By: tech_fanatic - 6/10/2007
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I suggest that you contact a travel agent if you don't have enough experience booking tickets and hotels. Otherwise, you may end up spending a lot of money. Contact some agent that you can trust. Ask somebody.
Answered By: cidyah - 6/10/2007
it depends...travel agents can be very helpful, but can cost a lot!!! i have been to disney world twice, and on a disney cruise once, and i love it...of the 2 times i went to disney world, we stayed in the park once and out of the park once!!! in the park was a great experience, but it was really expensive...the kids... More
Answered By: idol lover - 6/10/2007
First how long are you planning on staying? Depending on your budget would determine where to stay. Staying on Disney Property is more expensive than staying outside but the perks are good as you get access to the park an hour earlier than the public. If your budget does not allow for staying on property staying... More
Answered By: Jackie - 6/10/2007
I would really recommend a travel agent because we tried booking a vacation there for four people for August in March I think and they said they were booked and we were really upset, but then we called a travel agent and she got us a really good deal, and were staying at a really good hotel. And yes, stay at a Disney... More
Answered By: Lisa - 6/10/2007
I would stay somewhere near Disney Like Kissimmee http://www.floridakiss.com/ or you can go east on I-4 towards Haines City or west towards Daytona and save even more money. Traffic is a little heavy on the interstate but your drive time shouldn't be over an hour. Don't forget that there is a lot more to Florida than... More
Answered By: equipment.dude - 6/10/2007
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Answered By: firstname.lastname@example.org - 6/10/2007
Definitely get a travel agent! Travel agents do NOT charge for their services, so why not benefit from their expertise... More
Answered By: momchelle - 6/10/2007
Yes Book With A Travel Agent They will help a lot!!
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Answered By: anonymus - 6/10/2007
My family goes to Disneyworld twice a year (summer vacation and christmas vacation) and I always book everything myself. If you don't want to do it that way go to Disney's website or call them, they will help you.
Answered By: Sunshine - 6/10/2007
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