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Intro to Disney Offer + Memory Maker

Travel dates: April 27 – June 15 and August 15 – September 30, 2014

Walt Disney World has released a new discount today, the Intro to Disney + Memory Maker offer. There is currently one other offer available for some of the travel dates, the Spring Savings offer. You will need to check all offers to see which is better for you. For August and September, this is currently the only offer available.

For a family of three, you can visit Walt Disney World for $899*!

Discount Requirements

  • Minimum 3 night stay
  • Maximum 14 night stay
  • Minimum 2 day park pass must be included in the package
  • Memory Maker included in all packages

* Example: $899 Price based on 2 adults and one child in a standard room. The number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited. Tickets are valid for one theme park per day and must be used within 14 days of first use. No group rates or other discounts apply. Advance reservations required. Offer excludes campsites, 3-bedroom villas and is not valid at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – Little Mermaid Standard Rooms, Port Orleans French Quarter and The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.

Memory Maker includes photos taken during the Memory Maker window and linked to the Memory Maker Guest’s Disney account. Photos will expire pursuant to the expiration policy at Valid Theme Park admission required for certain photo locations. Family and Friends media sharing is subject to the My Magic+ Terms and Conditions. Not responsible for missing, lost or damaged photos. Subject to Memory Maker Terms and Conditions.

This offer must be booked by April 20, 2014. Not all nights or resorts may be available. At this point, it does not appear that any nights have been blacked out. Availability is extremely limited, act quickly for best availability.

For more information about this or any other Disney World discount, please contact our great sponsor Mouseketrips.

14 responses to “Intro to Disney Offer + Memory Maker”

  1. Kim Avatar

    Do you think the Free Memory Maker offer will soon take the place of free dinning?

    1. Keith Avatar

      Kim – That is kind of the rumor going around at this point. Very strange they released this deal for historic free dining dates, and it would be kind of strange for something like free dining to follow this up, but not unprecedented. My guess is they are waiting to see how this deal does for September to decide if they release free dining or not.

      1. darcy Avatar

        We too are planning a trip in Sept. I am really hoping for the meal plan. Is it best to hold off and wait in hopes they will release the special or go ahead and book? Iv heard such mixed things and I am so confused!

        1. Keith Avatar

          Darcy – Book now, ASAP. This isn’t a bad discount, especially at the moderate and deluxe resorts. If a better deal comes along for your dates, you can always apply that deal and save some money. No reason to hold out, if this is the only deal and you let it expire, then you will end up paying a lot more. No reason to wait.

        2. Jeff Avatar

          Dracy, We have already booked for Sept. and added the dining. If it does come out free we will apply that. If you do change your res. you will have to pay the prices for room and tickets as of that date. This is what happened to us before. If you don’t want to pay for the dining plan, don’t! The amount of food you get at counter service is enough for most people to share. Then take your own snacks and drinks along; I know it’s a pain but if you are looking to save money it is definitely worth it.

  2. moriah quimby Avatar
    moriah quimby

    We are staying at port orleans riverside on 4-26-14 through 5-3-14 and currently have the 25% discount on our resort with the spring offer. Two adults, 3 kids. Could we also add the memory maker offer or is it one or another? Thanks!

    1. Keith Avatar

      Moriah – Nope. Disney limits you to using only one discount at a time, regardless of how many are available. You just need to compare the prices with the different discounts and choose the one that works best for you.

  3. Al Avatar

    This offer still isn’t available on the WDW site any idea when it will be?

      1. Al Avatar

        Thanks Keith, some reason the link will work but when I try to make reservation it says offer can not be found, guess I’ll need to call. Does this offer save anything off the room/tickets portion or is it just free memory maker? I have a pin code for 25% off can’t compare online since they are not working.

        1. Keith Avatar

          Al – What are your travel dates?

          This discount does include a discount on the room and park passes, but we have found the Spring offer has been a better deal, which is basically the same offer as the PIN code you have.

          1. Al Avatar

            Were going in Sept, great thanks for help. I’ll go ahead and use my bounce back pin and makes changes later if better deal comes out

  4. jeannine Avatar

    Interested in P0lynesian for first week in December.
    Are the buildings with the monorail/parking lot view any less expensive

    1. Keith Avatar

      Jeannine – The Polynesian has three “views”, standard (views of garden, parking lot or monorail), lagoon (views of Seven Seas Lagoon) and Theme Park (guaranteed view of Cinderella’s Castle). While the standard view rooms are less expensive, they are still going to be in the $300 – $600 per night range.

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