Questions for a newbie


<font color=purple>Swivel, it's a hard habit to br
May 27, 2002
Hey Folks! Not new to Disney vacations, been to WDW many times, Disneyland once, and soon to be on our 3rd cruise. What is new is Adventures by Disney to us. It will be 3 adults and we are thinking of combining a San Fran and Disneyland/Hollywood trips. We are East Coasters so we can travel Southwest to San Fran/Oakland or LAX/John Wayne so getting to either not a problem. Y'all dint need to know all that, but hey, Im a southerner so we throw it all out there ::yes::

So my question is, like DCL, when these trips 1st open up, is it better to book right away, since DCL prices go up as trip gets closer, or can we book anytime and be ok? Also, for anyone who has booked the 2 particular trips, any reason we should book one over the other 1st, we are thinking San Fran 1st then Disneyland?



<font color=blue>Oh Darn it, I was 'forced' to buy
Oct 8, 2003
It is similar to DCL that the prices do go up. Unlike dcl your deposit is non refundable after 14 days.

The San Francisco trip is not listed for next year so I’m not sure if that will be an option for you.


Have Camera, Will Travel
Oct 28, 2006
If you own DVC (which you didn't mention) you get opening day pricing no matter when you book. Otherwise, as others have said, the price goes up as the trips fill up.

Like DCL, there will be a single supplement if your 3rd person is not in the same room as the other 2.



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