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  • On Mar 14, 2022
    Cindy from Ontario Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are planning (3 people) to come for a week in November. I would like to price, transfers to and from Airport, meal planning and a resort (like the music one), park tickets, book a room close to the busing to the parks etc..how would I get a quote.

    Hiya Cindy and welcome to planDisney!

    That first week of November is such a fun and fabulous time at the Walt Disney World Resort. Halloween has just ended and the first cinnamon spicy smell of the gingerbread Christmas magic is starting to fill the air. Be sure to watch the dates for when the iconic Gingerbread House in Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa goes up. Pro-tip: There are also some gingerbread structures in other locations. The Litte Mermaid-themed gingerbread carousel in the lobby of Disney's Beach Club Resort is a real stunner.

    When it comes to getting a price for a vacation package, you should definitely play around with the Price Your Vacation tool on the Walt Disney World website homepage. You can figure out the exact cost of that room at Disney's All-Star Music Resort and Tickets by entering all your travel info, including the number of people in your travel party, and following the prompts to price out that perfect vacation. Pro-tip: Choose the Preferred Rooms if you want to be near the buses. 

    Now there are a couple of different options for getting from the Orlando International Airport to your Disney Resorts Collection hotel. You can try one of the new services like Mears Connect or Sunshine Flyer. Their prices can vary based on the type of ride you reserve the time of year you're traveling so be sure to look them over with your travel dates in mind. You can also always catch rideshare. There are always a ton of drivers hanging around the airport waiting to take travelers to their Disney Destinations. 

    At this time we still haven't seen the return of The Disney Dining Plan just yet. But I personally create a budget for myself by mapping out which Table Service Restaurants I want to dine at and looking over the menus. I get a good idea of what I might spend and plan for the worst. I like to eat so I'm usually going to do some damage. I also tend to study the Quick Service Options in each Disney Park since I prefer to eat on the go rather than a big sit-down meal for lunch. You can prep the prices for those too. Be aware that the prices are subject to change but I salivate over the menus so much I'm usually the first to know!

    Cindy, I hope I've given you some insight on how to price out your visit to The Most Magical Place on Earth. If you have more questions between now and then, come back and see me again!

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Meet the Panelist: Taylor, Louisiana

Hey y'all! I'm a Louisiana Royal like Princess Tiana. I'm a musical theatre actress with a love for all things Disney. My multigenerational family can be found in the Disney Parks with a party of 10 or more, including my beloved goddaughter. Careful! She'll run you over on her way to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad! It's going to be a thrill making magic with you. Happy planning y'all! Learn More About Taylor

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