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Old 10-26-2018, 09:11 PM   #61
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I have Jason as my agent. I called on my own and got a extra day but could not book because I had a agent. Anyway I hope Jason can get me three more days. I have tickets for five days that I wish I didnít have. First time at the Fort, looking forward to this trip. I have another trip planned for the Fort in December 2019
How much does the agent charge? We are only about an hour and a half away. I get not wanting to hit the park. We are pass holders and didn't even hit a park on our last 3 day trip.
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Old 10-27-2018, 07:45 AM   #62
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How much does the agent charge? We are only about an hour and a half away. I get not wanting to hit the park. We are pass holders and didn't even hit a park on our last 3 day trip.
There is no fee from the travel agent they are paid from Disney, plus Jason knows all the ins and outs of Disney, he is a friend of mine and will work in your best interest. He is at Disney right now but I do know if you contact him he will reply even if he is away having fun at Disney.
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Old 10-27-2018, 07:57 AM   #63
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:08 AM   #64
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There is no fee from the travel agent they are paid from Disney, plus Jason knows all the ins and outs of Disney, he is a friend of mine and will work in your best interest. He is at Disney right now but I do know if you contact him he will reply even if he is away having fun at Disney.
If you wouldn't mind passing his info I could give him a shot next time we have trouble getting in.
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If you wouldn't mind passing his info I could give him a shot next time we have trouble getting in.
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Do the kids get to trick or treat at Fort Wilderness? The last two Halloweens we have spent at the KOA in Cherokee and the kids trick or treat the whole park. Lots of fun to see them and pass out the candy. Plus they have a spook house.
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Old 10-27-2018, 07:48 PM   #68
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Do the kids get to trick or treat at Fort Wilderness? The last two Halloweens we have spent at the KOA in Cherokee and the kids trick or treat the whole park. Lots of fun to see them and pass out the candy. Plus they have a spook house.
Lot of people will give out candy. I'm sure Disney will host activities but trick or treating will be on campers.
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Do the kids get to trick or treat at Fort Wilderness? The last two Halloweens we have spent at the KOA in Cherokee and the kids trick or treat the whole park. Lots of fun to see them and pass out the candy. Plus they have a spook house.
Trick or treating at Fort Wilderness is epic. There are so many campers giving out candy that even with a golf cart, you canít hit them all.
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