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  • [Question] About Planning a WDW Trip

    I was just wondering what methods do you all prefer when planning your WDW trip. Do you use a travel agent, or do you plan your own trip through WDW?

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    I've done it both ways. Prefer the travel agent. The agent is a friend and so she goes out of her way to find everything she can for us. My wifes cousin on the other hand prefer to do it themselves. They do a lot of research and so find a lot of good deals. In the end we are pretty close price wise, but I don't have to do much work

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      I go through WDW and sometimes Hotels.com or Priceline if I want a deal. It's strange when you can book the Polynesian on Hotels.com for $150 a night, but it's come up in the past.
      -Bill

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        I always do it myself, checking flights and rates at different places but generally booking hotels through disney and flights via expedia.

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          Do it ourselves. We drive so flights are a non-issue for us. Half the fun for us is researching where we want to stay and places to eat each day. We use the Disney World site and Birmbaum's books as well as Disney forums like this and a few others.
          Marie and Tony

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