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Vacation Planning Tips & Tricks Discuss 11 Months?? in the Vacation Planning forums; Okay, so the earliest that you're allowed to book a WDW vacation is 11 months, right? I know this is true for a Vacation Club resort, but I was just ...
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    11 Months??

    Okay, so the earliest that you're allowed to book a WDW vacation is 11 months, right? I know this is true for a Vacation Club resort, but I was just wondering if it was the same for a resort like the Caribbean Beach Resort... for something like a post-graduation trip among 4 friends... for next year. Anyone know?
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    We book a year ahead of time when we went in 2000 for AllStar Sports. We went through AAA though.

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    Hm...not sure, but I know that you can make a PS for Hoop-Dee-Doo up to 2 years in advance, so that might mean something...
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    Hmmm so maybe I can do it like within this month, even though the trip is going to be scheduled for NEXT July. I just have to figure out the date of graduation and such.
    ./.// / Eric /. / /

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    We are planning a trip for next June and I was told you can book the trip anytime, but you have to understand that your quoted price may change if the rates go up. We could plan our trip now, but since I am going in Sept...I figured I'll book our trip as soon as I come back.
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    So maybe that means that all the resorts other than Vacation Club resorts are anytime... and the VC ones are 11 months... since they're really popular and stuff... make sense?
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    hmm..when i originally booked mine in Feburary of this year for this Sept...they never said anything about if the rates go up you have to pay the diff..only if you can save more they will refund you the diff...guess it depends on who you talk to and how much money the company wants to make..lol
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    The Disneyworld.com website lets you select dates up to 2 years from today on the front page, but then when you click to get a quote, you get this message:

    "To book your package online, your arrival date must be on or before December 29, 2005. Please call us if you require an arrival date after that."
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