If you already have a reservation, give your travel agent a call with the details to see if they can transfer the reservation. As long as the reservation hasn’t yet been paid in full, and if it was made through Disney Cruise Line, or made onboard one of their ships within the last 30 days, it should be transferable.
- 1 Do travel agents get discounts on Disney Cruises?
- 2 How much do Disney travel agents make per booking?
- 3 Can Disney park reservations be transferred?
- 4 Are Disney travel agents really free?
- 5 Can travel agents book Disney Cruise?
- 6 How are Disney travel agents paid?
- 7 Do travel agents get commission on Disney tickets?
- 8 How do I become an authorized Disney travel agent?
- 9 Can you transfer a Disney trip to a travel agent?
- 10 How do I change my Disney reservation?
- 11 Can you share Disney tickets?
- 12 Is it worth it to use a Disney travel agent?
- 13 How does using a Disney travel agent work?
Do travel agents get discounts on Disney Cruises?
Book with a Travel Agent – Yes, I know a travel agent telling you to book with a travel agent seems self-serving, but (among other benefits) travel agents really can save you money! Disney won’t let anyone discount their cruises so the actual price should be the same no matter where you book.
How much do Disney travel agents make per booking?
Since Disney pays travel agencies a 10% commission rate on booked travel, this means that a best-case scenario on a $5,000 vacation would result in $400 commission to the booking agent ($5000 x.
Can Disney park reservations be transferred?
Once a person uses a Disney Theme Park Ticket, all subsequent admissions are specific to that person and cannot be transferred to anyone else. If you have not yet used a ticket, you may transfer it to another person. You may also buy a new theme park ticket online or at the theme park Main Entrance.
Are Disney travel agents really free?
Yes, it’s true. As a client, the services of Disney travel agents are totally free of charge. Disney pays out a small commission to the agency for doing the booking legwork, but that cost is never passed on to you.
Can travel agents book Disney Cruise?
It’s easy to find and book a Disney cruise on our cruise listing page. You can also make reservations through your travel agent or by calling Disney Cruise Line at (800) 951-3532. You can then pay in full, make a partial payment or put down a deposit to hold your reservation. Find a cruise.
How are Disney travel agents paid?
Disney travel agents are paid on a commission basis, and the percentage of commission you earn depends on the travel agency you register with. Most agencies earn a standard 10 percent commission on vacations they book. Of that 10 percent, you might be entitled to 75 percent commission.
Do travel agents get commission on Disney tickets?
Travel vendors, like Disney, give Travel agents a commission. This is NOT an extra cost added to a vacation. It’s sort of like a finders fee. When you book a Walt Disney World Vacation Package you get a commission for that booking.
To become a Disney specialized travel agent you first need to join an authorized travel agency that is registered with Disney as a seller of travel. Park Savers is one of the easiest companies to join online as they typically get you started training same-day and ready for booking within 24-48 hours.
Can you transfer a Disney trip to a travel agent?
Rather than cancelling and rebooking your reservation, you can very easily transfer a Disney reservation to a travel agent like me! If you book with a travel agent, you will have someone to guide you through a lot of the vacation planning process that can quickly become overwhelming.
How do I change my Disney reservation?
Simply sign in to your Disney Account and go to My Reservations, where you’ll see a link for “Modify Reservation.” If your reservation cannot be updated or modified online, please call (407) 934-7639. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permissions to call. Please note that a change fee may apply.
You cannot share Disneyland tickets with other people. All days on a ticket must be used by the same person for the entirety of the ticket. All guests must sign their names on the tickets, including children. Photo ID may be asked for when using the ticket to enter the parks.
Is it worth it to use a Disney travel agent?
While some agencies and agents definitely do a better job and have more thorough knowledge of Disney than others, the vast majority of them are helpful. If you are overwhelmed planning, a Disney TA can help. The first and biggest reason to use an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner is the service.
How does using a Disney travel agent work?
Travel agents make their living from a small commission paid by the travel supplier (in this case, Disney) for the resort hotel rooms, theme park passes and vacation packages they book. The agent is compensated by this commission for the time, effort and attention she provides to the client.