• On Aug 29, 2020
    Coleen from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, I cancelled a trip that I didn't think we would be able to take with a Recovery 20 rate. Is there anyway to rebook that trip and keep the Recovery rate? Thank you

    Hello, Coleen! 
    Thank you for visiting our planDisney family! It's an honor to have you here!
    I'm so happy that you're able to travel and make this dream come true. I hope you have a wonderful, unforgettable time at the Walt Disney World Resort this September! 
    I just talked to a Cast Member about your question, and these bookings have a few specificities that are best discussed on a case-by-case basis. Because of that, I'd advise you to call the Reservations Cast Members so that they can look into the rate you previously had and book your future trip with the best available discount. 
    As soon as you book your trip, don't forget to purchase your tickets and make your Theme Park reservations using the Disney Park Pass system. This tool will allow you to find the best day to visit each Theme Park, and it's super useful to help you plan for a memorable trip! 
    I hope you have the most memorable days at the Walt Disney World Resort this fall, Coleen! If you have more questions before this vacation is here, please don't hesitate to come back. Our planDisney family is here to help! 

    May the magic be with you,

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Meet the Panelist: Julie, California

Hi! I am Julie, a Brazilian brand strategist, and amateur cook. I grew up in Brazil, but I currently live in California. I dreamed of visiting the Disneyland Resort and the Walt Disney World Resort since I was a little girl and now I love to help others enjoy the magic as much as I do. Being an all-things-Disney nerd and Disney Vacation Club member, I'm here to help you find the perfect hotels, park events, and seasonal festivals to make your trip a memory to cherish forever! Learn More About Julie

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