Save Up to $500 on a 5-Night Stay at Select Disney Resort Hotels in Spring and Early Summer 2022

23 days ago in "Walt Disney World Resorts"

Posted: Wednesday January 5, 2022 8:21am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has today released a new discount offer for Walt Disney World Resort hotel stays March through July 2022.

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With his latest offer you can save up to $100 per night on rooms at select Disney Resort hotels for stays most nights March 6, 2022 through July 7, 2022. For example, if you book a 5-night stay at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge with this offer, you can save $500 on the stay.

Important Details:

  • Additional per-adult charges may apply if more than 2 adults per room at Disney Value, Moderate and Deluxe Resorts and Studios at Disney Deluxe Villa Resorts.
  • Advance reservations required.
  • Cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion.
  • Offer excludes the following room types: 3-bedroom villas, The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Disney's Art of Animation Resort – Little Mermaid Standard Rooms.
  • Valid admission and a park reservation are required to enjoy theme parks and special events and are not included in this offer.
  • Disney Resort hotel reopening dates are subject to change.
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Schweino19 days ago

Interesting - I have never seen this virtual queue on the website ever (2019 and '20 trips) and even fake planning future trips which I've done quite a bit recently. I can't imagine this discount hit the hypothetical threshold surely, but I guess there's always a chance.

DisneyJoe22 days ago

They've had a virtual website queue since well before COVID and staffing issues, at least April 2018, but perhaps the threshold for using it varies?

FeelsSoGoodToBeBad22 days ago

I fully recognize that I'm part of the problem at this point and I'm not proud of it.

Sirwalterraleigh23 days ago

Or everyone keep climbing over each other’s backs to buy at full or a hair off full price…with increases and limited offerings…and watch and see if that trend doesn’t continue

FeelsSoGoodToBeBad23 days ago

That TWDC need to hire more staff so they can have more room availability leading to more/better discounts for guests? :angelic: ...and I never should have switched my rezzie from YC a few months ago. (Not that it would have mattered, apparently.)

Sirwalterraleigh23 days ago

So what have we learned?

FeelsSoGoodToBeBad23 days ago

This is what my travel agent said. On average, for those she saved anything for (which were few) it was about $95. Such a disingenuous "offer" from WDW.

Sirwalterraleigh23 days ago

jpeden23 days ago

A lot of travel agents are fuming about this. Saying they spent hours trying to re-book client trips only to find out there was nothing available.

Sirwalterraleigh23 days ago

There can’t?? I go around and around about this (apologies to everyone)…but this is the point: Disney is not a laisse faire, free market, microeconomic textbook example… the psychology overrides the S&D chart. there is zero reason…none…for people to be jumping at Disney park offerings at the moment based on the last year of policy and price changes. well…only pent up demand. The only reason. beyond that…the customers should be waiting out Disney to give a reason to book. but they won’t…this is “Stockholm economics” at work

TJ Vazquez23 days ago

I mean, there can't be that many people salivating at this deal to require a virtual queue, right?

Sirwalterraleigh23 days ago

Here’s where my brain really goes out of control… so why a queue? say they see 1,000 people in the queue…so then think: “what happens if we “run out” at 650?” what happens to the majority of the other 350? …they already know the answer

Schweino23 days ago

Yeah, I would lean towards marketing inventory as well, but had to at least try and see a different side :)

John park hopper23 days ago

$500 dollar discount, if you think Disney is giving you deal I have a bridge to sell you at a huge discount.