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  • On Nov 21, 2011
    Amber 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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    it has been suggested that sometimes there are advanced dining specials (i.e free deals) offered to foreign guests, we plan to be at staying WDW onaug 22-28 2012 and are from Australia. how do we let WDW know and recieve an offer like that? thanks

    Hi Amber! Being a muchcloser foreign visitor than Australia, I have been able to take advantage of many offers specific to Canadian residents, and have seen offers for both Walt Disney World and Disney Cruise Line. For example, there is currently a free dining offer for Canadians right through September 2012, and also one that offers up to 30% off rooms through December 2011. My best advice to you is to go to the Disney World website, and be sure your account is enabled to receive special email offers etc. Also, check back to the special offers link to see what current deals are available.

    Best of luck Amber!
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