DISNEY World's hugely popular Disney dining scheme is back, which gives holidaymakers free restaurant and merchandise credit for booking with an onsite hotel.
The deal is available on 2023 holidays and also includes spending money, memory makers and cheap park tickets.
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The cheapest deal in the scheme works out at £1,120pp – which equates to £80pp a night, but if you book at a more expensive, premium hotel, the more you get in dining credit.
The offer is available for holidays in 2023, from January 1 to March 25 and from April 17 to December 17, but holidaymakers will have to book by July 27 this year to take advantage of the deal.
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Holidaymakers can bag between $1,200 (£955) and $500 (£397) on Disney Dining credit per room, and the voucher can be used at more than 350 locations.
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To get the maximum credit available, guests have to stay at selected Disney hotels for two weeks.
Also included in the package is a 14-day park ticket for the price of seven, giving guests access to theme parks and water parks, a memory maker photo package worth $199 (£150), and $200 (£150) Disney spending money.
Disney is offering various packages for families:
The affordable comfort is available at Disney's Pop Century Resort from £1,120 per person for two-week stays – working out at £80pp a night.
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The offer includes a $500 (£398) Disney dining and merchandise credit, $200 Disney spending money, a 14-day Magic ticket for the price of 7 and the memory maker.
This package is ideal for families on the go that won't be spending a lot of time in the hotel and want to use it as a base to explore the parks.
Another option is at Disney's Port Orleans Riverside; the two-week package costs from £1,371 per person (£97pp a night).
The deal includes a $1,000 (£799) Disney dining and merchandise credit, a $200 Disney spending money voucher, a 14-day Magic ticket for the price of 7 and the memory maker.
Stays at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge are also available, with two-week packages from £1,864 per person (£133pp a night).
This package includes $1,200 Disney dining and merchandise credit, $200 Disney spending money, a 14-day Magic ticket, a memory maker and two tickets to Cirque du Soleil.
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Or if you fancy a holiday in the sun a little sooner than 2023, we've found the cheapest holidays to the Canary Islands from £13pp a night in June.
Alternatively, if you're looking for more staycation deals, Haven has May half-term and Jubilee bank holiday breaks from £10pp a night and Parkdean Resorts has late summer holidays at UK caravan parks from £4pp a night.
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