First Christmas time trip and when is it too early to start planning.

EastYorkDisneyFan

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Sep 14, 2006
So after my last trip, I've already started thinking about when my next trip will be. Right now I have plans to be there from December 2nd to December 8 2020 and to take in all of the Christmas events there. Any tips or ideas on when I should do something are welcome.
 
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Disneytrippin'

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Aug 30, 2016
I find when I am not going to Disney I am planning my next trip to Disney. More specifically, the earlier the easier it is to budget. I had a savings account that I had a set amount I could comfortably live without auto deposited each week( I get paid weekly). This made things much smoother as my daughter decided after already planning our next trip that she was getting married. So, 2019 has been a very expensive year for me. Had I not planned far enough ahead we may have been eating Ramen instead of inside Cinderellas Castle.lol. Disneyworld is amazing during the Holidays in fact we leave in 3 weeks. Planning is part of the magic and it keeps Disney with you even when you can't be there!
 
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EastYorkDisneyFan

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Sep 14, 2006
as of right now I'm 190 days from this trip. I am still planning on going as long as things seem ok to me by then however I am thinking of looking into moving my trip if I'm not comfortable travelling then or visiting WDW. I know from my TA that I should be able to move my reservation if I would like to without a problem I am however thinking about what happens if you buy a party ticket and then cancel a trip will they refund the money to you or is it SOL?
 

EastYorkDisneyFan

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Sep 14, 2006
So with some of the new information out with park reservations being in place for sometime. I really starting to have second thoughts about this trip right now.
 





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