Walt Disney World Extends Flexible Cancellation Policy Though End Of The Year

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Walt Disney World has extended it’s Flexible Cancellation policy from early October until December 31, 2020.

They put the update on their Resort “Know Before You Go” Page, you need to scroll down clear to the bottom.

Here’s what it says:

Rooms and Packages

To provide additional flexibility, we are waiving Disney-imposed change and cancellation fees up to the date of check-in for reservations with arrivals through December 31, 2020. If Guests need further assistance, they can reach us at the Disney Reservation Center through our online chat feature or by calling our reservation line

If no action is taken for impacted stays, Disney will automatically cancel your reservation within 7 days of the original check-in date and process any refund due to the original form of payment. Please note that cancellation fees imposed by third-party suppliers, including airlines and rental cars, as well as non-refundable products like travel protection plans, are deducted from refundable amounts for Walt Disney Travel Company packages. 

If you did not book through Disney directly, please contact your travel professional.

The good news is that if you want to change or cancel you can do wo without a fee through the end of 2020. I know a lot of people are still questioning if they should travel due to the pandemic or their financial situation from the pandemic. Rest assured you can postpone your trip or cancel and you won’t get charged.

If you need to do so call the numbers on the reservation line. If you booked with a travel agent, they can call and take care of it for you.

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Source: Walt Disney World, hat tip to WDWNT

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