The Real Deal: Round-trip airfare to Orlando on Delta, three nights' accommodations at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort, round-trip transfers, a three-day Magic Your Way ticket, transportation between parks, and extra perks like extended park hours, from $573 per person—plus about $20 in taxes.
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When: May 2–Aug. 14, 2010.
Gateways: Cincinnati; add $10 for Memphis; $14 for Detroit; additional gateways available.
The fine print: Does not include about $20 in taxes per person. Based on quad occupancy: two adults and two kids ages 3 to 9 (kids 10 and over will be slightly more expensive). Single supplement is $398. Based on Saturday departures. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book by: Aug. 14, 2010.
Why it's a deal: In a recent Kayak search, we found a $258 round-trip flight between Cincinnati and Orlando for travel in late June (Delta). The three-night hotel stay costs about $256 per person, and a three-day Magic Your Way ticket costs about $219.
So booking independently, you would expect to pay about $733 per person, including all taxes. This package costs $593 per person, including taxes—a savings of $140.
More: It is possible to add nights, but prices vary greatly depending on departure dates. There are also lots of other Disney resorts available at varying rates.
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