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New ‘Families With Little Ones’ Walt Disney World Vacation Package Offer

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Are you considering booking a trip to the Walt Disney World Resort with your little one this winter? Then our “Families With Little Ones” vacation package may be for you.

For just $999, you can book a 3-night/2-day package for a family of three (two adults, one child ages 3 to 9) that includes 2-day theme park tickets, the Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan and three nights in a standard room at a Disney Value Resort hotel (excluding Disney’s Art of Animation Resort). The offer is valid for stays most nights January 5-February 12, 2014. The “Families With Little Ones” offer must be booked by December 31, 2013.


If you haven’t visited recently, there are plenty of new things to enjoy – especially if you have young children. When vacation planning, be sure to keep in mind the New Fantasyland attractions at Magic Kingdom Park, and the enhanced Disney Junior – Live on Stage! at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Exciting character meet and greets have also recently debuted or will do so in coming weeks, including princesses at Princess Fairytale Hall (Magic Kingdom Park), Anna and Elsa from Disney’s “Frozen” (Epcot), and Sofia The First (Disney’s Hollywood Studios).

Click here for more information, or to book.


  • Is the offer still valid? I tried a number of times and I keep getting the following message:
    Sorry, we could not find the offer you were looking for.

  • We were booked under stay, play, and dine at All Star Sports. I switched to this offer and saved an additional $120.00, so it is definitely worth checking on!

    • That’s great to hear!

  • Do you mean 3 days and 2 nights?

    • No – the offer is three nights at a hotel, two days at a theme park.

  • The name of the package is little misleading. ‘Families with Little OneS’ – would kind of make you think there is more than one little one (even though there is no charge for children under three).

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