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2020 Room Rack and Package Rates released

Posted: June 19th, 2019, 5:37 am
by The Sassagoula Sentinel
The 2020 Room and Package Rack Rates have been released for US bookings made with Walt Disney World. The prices were showing on the online calendars from 6am Eastern 18 June 2019. More details will follow, but you should probably expect the website and app to be somewhat busy for a few days.

It will take me a while to scrape and process all 365 days of prices in 17 room categories to provide a full breakdown, but a quick spot-check of Christmas 2020 versus this year shows around a 10% hike - way above inflation. Even for the cheapest Standard View rooms, Christmas week goes up from $357.75/night to $391.50/night inc tax, for a Moderate hotel!

Overnight car parking at Port Orleans has also gone up by $1, to $20 per day for all 2020 bookings that are made on or after 18 June 2019.

Oh, and Annual Pass prices went up on the same day, some (such as the Platinum Pass for non-Florida residents) increasing by as much as 25%.

Re: 2020 Room Rack and Package Rates released

Posted: June 30th, 2019, 3:53 pm
by Kilo_SSK
Eh, great, more milking the customers! I mean, inflation's the same for everyone, for the board of directors as well :lol: but on the other hand, it's still a decent price for such an experience with so many attractions.

Re: 2020 Room Rack and Package Rates released

Posted: August 5th, 2019, 10:28 am
by Disneyfan83
Hi All,

just a question on the parking fees. Is the parking fee included in any packages or is it applicable on top of package holiday prices?

Thanks

Re: 2020 Room Rack and Package Rates released

Posted: August 5th, 2019, 12:29 pm
by Admin
Resort parking is payable by all overnight guests, even Annual Passholders, but day visitors (going to resort restaurants/etc) don't need to pay. You also don't have to pay anything extra for the Disney theme parks by the way, they are all included in your resort stay - just scan your magic band at the theme park parking plaza as you enter.

UK guests don't have to pay until 2020, presumably because the 2019 British travel brochures (which quoted free parking) were already printed and distributed via travel agencies when the parking charges were introduced, which happened pretty-much over night.

Andre