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  • On Jan 13, 2013
    Michael from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Disney 3/15-3/20. What are crowds like? Staying key west 16th to 20th DVC. Not enough points for 15th. Any suggestions for one night stays 3/15?.

    Howdy Michael!  The crowd levels when you are visiting in March are typically high.  But - if you go into your vacation knowing this and spend some time doing just what you are doing now, planning, it will help you make the most of your vacation.  Regardless of the crowds, enjoy each day and have a magical vacation.

    Regarding your first night at the Walt Disney World Resort, there are several suggestions I would love to make but I want to ask you a few follow up questions.  How many people are you travelling with?  What are your favorite Theme Parks or restaurants?  Are you considering value, moderate or deluxe resorts?

    Before you look at other resorts, have you contacted DVC Member Services and asked about paying for your first night with cash?  We have done this in the past and the additional cost was well worth it based on convenience alone. 

    Please let me know if you have any further questions regarding your resort(s) or anything else I might be able to help with. 
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