10-Day Disney World Park Hopper at the 4-Day Park Hopper Price

Disney raises its ticket prices annually, and this year, it’s already happened twice. Theme park admission passes are undoubtedly going to eat up the majority of your Orlando travel budget but one Orlando-based company has unveiled an unprecedented offer.

(PRWEB) September 19, 2006 — Orlando Vacation, along with their participating hotels, are offering their guests an opportunity to visit Walt Disney World using a 10-Day Park Hopper ticket for the price of a 4-Day Park Hopper. As of September 2006, the site is offering the 10-Day Park Hopper for $244.82 while the 4-Day Park Hopper at Walt Disney World’s gate sells for $247. For travelers who may find 10 days to be a bit too long of a vacation, they may still be in luck. The hotels are also selling the popular 7-Day Magic Your Way Hopper ticket for the price of a 3-Day Park Hopper purchase at Disney World’s gate.

Trey Duling, Vice President of Marketing, said of the promotion: “The key to this effort is our hotels. To buy down the tickets and to offer this special, they had to be sold on the fact that guests would obviously extend their stay. The average visitor to Orlando and Disney World normally stays four days and by offering the free days of park admission, the hotels are betting on the lodging stay being increased.”

This is a special promotion which will be run until October 15, 2006. In order to receive the special rate promotion, guests must book a stay at one of Orlandovacation.com’s participating properties. These include the Hotel Royal Plaza Inside Disney World, Best Western Inside Disney World, Radisson Worldgate Resort & Convention Center, Sheraton World Resort, the 5-star Omni ChampionsGate Resort, Hawthorn Suites Resort, Masters Inn Maingate, and the Best Western Lakeside. All of these hotels are within 5 minutes of Disney World while many of them are right on Disney property.

Orlandovacation.com is also extending this offer to customers who book a stay at one of their 6 participating vacation home & condo communities. These communities have become extremely popular among large families and groups because they offer many of the amenities of home at the price of a single hotel room.

“Even if a family is going to be visiting Disney World for Spring Break 2007, we will prepare a reservation today for accommodations and theme park tickets for a small refundable deposit of $50,” said Trey. “We will ask for no other monies until 15 days prior to their arrival, and by putting down the deposit today they will lock in these ticket prices regardless of what the gate prices are when they arrive next March or April.”

Mr. Duling went on to say: “It is understood that a Disney Vacation is not cheap; however, we at Orlandovacation.com are doing our best with our partnering hotels to offer the very best value in a Disney World Vacation.”

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