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  1. Still looking for July 23-25th. We really enjoy split stays at Disney and I'm really hoping we can find a way to do Wilderness Lodge on at least one of those days. It's a smaller hotel for Disney so I'm not sure how often, or if it even comes available, but I have some time to keep checking.
  2. Update. I booked it and got Animal Kingdom Lodge. It had $60 in taxes and fees so with the 5% off code it came to $300.
  3. I think I'm going to wait this one out a little bit.
  4. Hello, I'm hoping this is a Disney hotel (thinking Animal Kingdom, but the prices don't match up). July 18-19 4 stars 34% off $253 (originally $385) airport shuttle, children's activities, fitness center, golf nearby, pools, smoke free rooms, restaurants .2 miles from Animal Kingdom Proximity makes me think it's Animal Kingdom Lodge, but where are they getting an original price of $385?
  5. Probably $350 a night, but less than that is preferred.
  6. We ended up using Priceline and stayed at the B resort in Disney Springs. To be honest, I didn’t love it and wouldn’t really recommend it although it serves it’s purpose.
  7. I really want to stay at the Wilderness Lodge July 23-25th, but could just do one of those dates. I’ve been searching daily, but I don’t think I’ve found anything it could be. I have the luxury of time to keep looking, but what should I be looking for? Are there any key words, or distance to the Magic Kingdom I can use to help me figure it out? Thank you!
  8. I'm thinking I'd like to try for one of the value disney properties for all three nights if that's possible. When I look at priceline and hotwire hotels, their only 3 star hotels in the Bonnett Creek area are the Art of Animation and the All Stars Music. Does that mean if I make an offer on a 3 star hotel in that area it's most likely going to be Disney property?
  9. Thank you! That's very helpful. I probably wouldn't want to pay that much for Swan and Dolphin.
  10. I've been looking through other posts to see how people are identifying the price and resort fees before bidding on a hotel (I'm guessing they're bidding - I'm not sure how it works). How are you able to identify if there are resort fees, or not? It looks like Disney hotels do not have resort fees, so if I can find one that doesn't I'm guessing that would be my best bet. Thank you!
  11. Really, I'm just excited about the option of staying on Disney Property, and I'd love to find a way to make that happen.
  12. Thank you! My head is a bit of a hot mess trying to navigate the option of savings. If we weren't staying on Disney property, then I would prefer to keep the cost to $400 total...If Disney property is an option I would like to keep those two nights around $250 per night depending on the hotel. For Universal, I would like that one to be as cheap as possible, while still being at least a 3 star hotel...unless I could stay at one of the Loews hotels that includes the express passes. Those would cost us $200 so i can see paying as much as $275 for the hotel. This likely
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