Travel Deals by Dana: Free Assistance Planning and Booking your Disney Trip or Disney Cruise

Please join me in welcoming back Dana Zificsak of Travel Deals by Dana, who is guest posting today about how she can help you to plan and book your trip to Disney or Disney Cruise! Imagine how wonderful it would be to escape as a family to the excitement and magic of Disney this year!


You have decided it’s time to visit Walt Disney World.

So you can just book your trip and go, right? Well, you could, but you will not get all you can out of the experience and since Disney isn’t a cheap trip, you might want to plan it with someone who is an expert on the destination.

I want to let you know that I am a travel agent with Magical Moments Vacations, Authorized Disney Vacation Planners. I am an expert on the Disney parks and cruises. There is NEVER a fee to book with me. You would pay the same price as you would booking directly with Disney but you get all of these services and my expertise for no extra charge. I book your trip directly through Disney and Disney pays my agency through a built-in commission, so why not use my services?

Here’s a list of everything I do for you (for free) to help you have the best vacation possible:

I guide you through all the package options available for booking. There are 25+ resorts, 6 different dining plans, multiple ticket options and I help you narrow down exactly which would work for your family.

  1. I help you navigate the My Disney Experience website, registration, linking your reservations and help you with selecting your Magic Bands
  2. Disney requires you to make dining reservations 180 days in advance, I help you determine which restaurants you would enjoy and I am at the computer at 6 am on that 180-day mark to be sure you get all the dining experiences you wish.
  3. I stay on top of the current discounts and promotions, do the math to see which promotion could save you money and I gladly wait on hold for hours to apply the discount to your reservation so you don’t have to.
  4. At 60 days prior to check-in at midnight I am at my computer to get the most popular Fastpass+ reservations for you, otherwise you’ll be waiting for 4 hours to meet Anna and Elsa.

Prior to your travel dates, you receive a detailed itinerary including extra magic hours, park hours, parade and show times, dining reservations, Fastpass+ reservations, best ways to avoid lines, etc.

And remember, I do all this for free if you book your vacation with me, I work with you to be sure you and your family get the most value for your money and memories that last a lifetime.

Disney cruise pic

Thinking of Disney in 2015? Now is the time to start planning. You can get the cost and budget for your trip. Disney requires a $200 deposit and the rest is due 45 days prior to your departure date.

Would you like to visit this year? Disney has some great promotions available.

Click here to see all the current sales and promotions.

If you would like to contact me about planning your next trip, send me an email at  . You can also find me on Facebook at

To request a free quote, click here:


  1. I love Disney, that’s a great offer that you book the best fast passes for people.
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  2. wow, that sounds a lot easier than booking it myself!
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  3. Disney seems to be overwhelming to try to plan on your own – this is definitely the better option!

  4. I am definitely calling you when we plan a trip for our boys in the next year or two. Do you have suggestions, Dana, on how old a baby should be to make it “fun” as a family (we have 2 older boys 5,3) We were thinking he should be 2…
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