If you have been waiting for the ideal time to take the kids (or yourself) to the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, now may be the perfect time to book.

On Wednesday, the Walt Disney World Resort announced the “Sun & Fun Room Offer,” which features select resort hotel room rates of up to 30% off, as long as the room is booked by March 24th, for stays anytime between April 28th and September 30th.

Room rates and applicable dates are all hotel-specific and are dependent of the type of room, allowing guests to “save up to 25% for stays most nights April 28 through May 27, 2019 when you book through May 27, 2019,” or “up to 30% for stays most nights May 28 through September 30, 2019 when you book through March 24, 2019.”


The full breakdown of rate and date information can be found here.

Before you book, keep in mind that if you are planning on traveling between July 5th through September 30th, you may not qualify for the “Free Dining” plan, which offers free quick-service dining plans to guests who have purchased a “non-discounted” 5-night/6-day vacation package, as well as park tickets with the Park Hopper or Park Hopper Plus Option.

Whatever dates you decide on, the “Sun & Fun Room Offer” is a great deal that allows for a little more wiggle room with how you can actually spend your time in and around the Walt Disney World Resort.

A single-day ticket into one of the resort’s theme parks is no small expense, running at $109 USD a piece for ages ten and above. If you want to visit additional parks, you can add on the Park Hopper or Park Hopper Plus Option for a total ticket price of $164 and $189, respectively.

With Disney’s “Sun & Fun Room Offer,” you can put the money saved on your hotel room towards additional Disney experiences. After all, that’s why you’re there in the first place, right?

For those looking to miss the summer crowds, certain Disney Resort Hotels are also on sale right now for up to 20% off for stays between now and April 27, 2019.

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