Disney Just Released Its 2017 Pricing, So Who Cares?

| July 25, 2016 | 12 Comments

Summer 2016 has just begun, you are enjoying the hot weather, cottage life, outdoor activities and BBQ’s. Your plans for 2017 are the furthest thing from your mind right now. You still have 6 months of 2016 to live to the fullest! Yet, if you are thinking of going on a 2017 vacation to Walt Disney World in Florida, the announcement was specifically for you!

A young girl Jumping for joy in front of Cinderella's castle at Disney's Magic Kingdom

Credit: Disney

This is the time to get the exact room type you want at the specific resort you are dreaming to stay at. Within hours of the release, specific room

requests were already sold out for March 2017. Forcing families to play with their travel dates, pay for a room upgrade or change resorts. Availability will only continue to diminish as we get closer to your vacation.

It’s true, planning your 2017 Christmas vacation in mid 2016 sounds absurd and a gamble. You never know what might happen but Disney has got you covered. The upfront cost of booking your dream vacation is a refundable deposit of USD $200. The final payment for your magical vacation is only due 30 days prior to arrival. You can cancel for any reason up to 30 days prior to arrival and get a full refund of your deposit. This not only gives you plenty of time to save up with a specific target but also protects you from the unexpected.

The prices out now are full price but it’s still the best time to book your Disney vacation!

This is where I come in, I am a Disney Travel Specialist with a Canadian Disney Earmarked travel agency that charges no service fees. I am constantly monitoring the promotions that Disney announces that might apply to your vacation. Most of the time when a promotion comes out, I can have it applied to your reservation before you have had your morning coffee.

Take a little time now and get your magical vacation booked. Your 2017 future self will thank you.

Jeremie Laviolette

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Category: Attractions, Disney, Family, Living, Stuff of Interest, Travel, USA

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My name is Jérémie Laviolette. I am happily married with 2 little princesses (4 and 6). My love for Disney started when I was a little kid watching all the classics. My first visit to Walt Disney World was fairly late in life at 27. Since that first visit in 2010, our family goes back every chance we get. After planning numerous family trips as well as many trips for friends, family, and co-workers, I decided to do it for a living. I am now a travel agent that Specializes in Selling Disney Vacations with Pure Magic Vacations, a Canadian Disney Earmarked travel agency that charges no service fees. I will help you with every aspect of your Disney vacation, including but not limited to: answering all your questions, picking a resort for your family, suggesting and making dining and FastPass+ reservations, and providing detailed daily itineraries.

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  1. Judy Cowan says:

    Thanks for the information. No Disney trip for us this year but hopefully in a couple years.

  2. Laurie P says:

    Love all the Disney info you share 🙂 One day we’ll be planning our trip!

  3. Janine a says:

    Will pass this info along to my cousin they are hoping to go next year!

  4. Cheryl says:

    I so dream of taking the kids to Disney!! Fingers crossed next year is the year!!

  5. Julie says:

    Can’t wait to return to Disney, except that I have to…for now!

  6. Steph says:

    I had no idea you needed to book a year in advance, good to know!! I would love to visit Disney!

    • Jérémie says:

      For those that can book early there is a long list of benefits.

      Last minute Disney vacations are still very possible but you have to be a lot more flexible with resort, dining and maybe even fastpass choices.


  7. I haven’t been to Disneyland since I was 6 years old. I would absolutely love to. Thanks for the info.

  8. Lynda Cook says:

    For something like this I imagine you would want the list so you could book early, I think it’s better to book early!!

  9. Debbie White Beattie says:

    I’ve only been to Disney World once and it was a lot of fun even for me and I’m confined to a wheelchair

  10. LisaM says:

    I’m starting to look now for a 2018 trip – I didn’t know there was such a thing as a “Disney Travel Specialist”!

    • Jérémie says:

      Hi Lisa,

      That is wonderful to hear, planning this far in advance sets you up for the very best vacation possible.

      I would love discuss your options with you. I can provide an estimate now or a quote once the prices come out.

      Have a magical day!

      Jeremie Laviolette

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