• On Apr 8, 2011
    Holly from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How is pin code recieving decided,we have a trip late aug of 2011 to wdw at the allstar movies and i booked thru a travel agent does that mean i won't be able to get a pin codefor the free dining? thanks in advamce and happy mousing to all

    Hi Holly! I will be happy to answer your question. A PIN-Code is a non-transferable discount offer sent via email, or postal mail, to potential Walt Disney World Resort guests. PIN-Codes have a series of numbers associated with the offer. Make sure to check your email account and spam folder too. If you receive a PIN-Code discount offer, for Free-Dining or any other discount, you may certainly apply the discount to your already existing reservation. Simply call your travel agent and give them the PIN-Code number you received. There is no way of knowing how one can get on the list for receiving a PIN-Code. However, I would suggest creating your own Disney account here. I would also recommend staying on Disney property each visit, ordering the FREE Vacation Planning DVD, and Customized Maps. That will at least get you in the system and perhaps with a little Pixie Dust you too will be the fortunate recipient of a magical PIN-Code offer. Keep in mind there are many other Special Offers running throughout the year at the Walt Disney World Resort. These are just as magical and budget friendly as any other discounts. Here's wishing you a memorable visit to the Walt Disney World Resort!
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