Ultimate Disney Christmas Packages Made Available with Extended Booking Window


The Disney Parks Blog has announced more Ultimate Disney Christmas Packages have been made available to book through November 23, 2019.

“Due to overwhelming popularity, we’ve increased the number of 2019 Ultimate Disney Christmas Packages available and extended the booking window for this special offer.”

I think Disney is trying to boost attendance but it’s good news for those of you wanting to take advantage of this offer!

Details include:

The five-night stay at select Disney resort hotels runs from December 21 – December 26th, 2019.

Included in the package are four-day theme part tickets with Park Hopper Option and exclusive holiday experiences.

Saturday, Dec. 21: Exclusive nighttime access to experience Avatar Flight of Passage, Na’vi River Journey and Expedition Everest at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Plus, catch an exclusive showing of the park’s new “Rivers of Light: We Are One” show on Discovery River.

Sunday, Dec. 22: Tickets to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, where you can see the brand-new “Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks” nighttime spectacular.

Monday, Dec. 23, or Tuesday, Dec. 24 (one night per reservation): Access to an exclusive reserved viewing area to watch “Epcot Forever,” the new nighttime spectacular at Epcot. Plus, each guest (ages 3 and older) receives a digital $50 Epcot Theme Park Dine Promo Card to use at participating locations in the park.

Wednesday, Dec. 25: An Ultimate Disney Christmas gift delivered to your resort hotel room!

Here is an example of some of the rates:

If you are interested in booking this offering you can visit DisneyWorld.com/UltimateDisneyChristmas. Or you can Call (407) 939-5268. You can also book via your favorite travel agent.

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