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  • On Jul 17, 2010
    Diana from NC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi Panel! I read something in other questions about a "bounce back" offer. Can you tell me what this is and how it works. Been to Disney twice in last year and planning another trip next spring, but never heard anything about this program. Thanks

    Hi Diana! When you stay in a Disney resort, you'll sometimes find a flyer in your room offering special resort rates if you book another Disney trip during your current one. These "Bounce Back" offers generally discount resort rates 20 to 40 percent. (These flyers can be easy to miss if you're not looking for them. You'll generally find them on a table or desk in your resort room. If you don't see one of the flyers in your room, just call the front desk and ask if there are any deals for booking another trip while you're at Disney World.)
     
    If you're planning to return to Walt Disney World, book the Bounce Back offer while you're there, as you won't be able to book it once you return home. If you find a better deal later, you can always cancel the Bounce Back reservation. (Of course, be sure to get full details on the cancellation policy for your Bounce Back offer before booking. Consider declining the trip insurance as that portion of the cost is generally non-refundable if you cancel.)
     
    Hope you have a magical vacation next spring!
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Meet the Panelist: Amanda, North Carolina

I'm a busy mom of two from North Carolina who loves to find ways to stretch a Disney Dollar so that I can enjoy the luxury of Disney's deluxe resorts and fine dining. Learn More About Amanda

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