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  • On Jan 28, 2009
    Allison from LA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I have read about bounceback offers. Can someone explain this? Is it where Disney offers a discount if you return next year? Usually what are the stipulations? Ex. do you have to stay at same resort? Do you have to go at the same time the following yr?

    Great question, Allison! I learned first-hand about bounceback offers when I visited Walt Disney World in the fall of 2007. We were there enjoying the free dining promotion, and information was left in our room inviting us to book again for the promotion withing certain dates. I had to call from my resort room phone and book the promotion dates offered. We were able to book at any resort where the special was being offered, and did not have to book it for the same resort we were currently visiting. Dates for these offers vary, and are not necessarily the same dates as the current year.

    I booked bounceback both times, knowing I could change dates and resorts (based on availability), or cancel if need be. We'll be enjoying free dining next fall thanks to bounceback!  Hope this helps!
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