93-cent rooms at Disney World?


Thanks to a computer glitch, rooms at the Disney World Holiday Inn were advertised at 93 cents instead of $93, according to this article. And, in a move that is pure Disney, the hotel not only honored the mistaken rate, it "decided to extend its offer of the bargain rate in a special package to guests, who will receive the fifth night for 93 cents after staying four nights at the regular rate."

    After getting over the initial shock, General Manager Glenn Aycock decided to turn lemons into lemonade and created the special five-night package. The offer is being made as a special grand reopening promotion and is valid from September 10, 2005 through December 24, 2005 for guests who book rooms at the hotel by September 30, 2005.

Between the dirt-cheap Southwest flights from N.H. to Orlando and this hotel offer, I'm tempted to make a u-turn and head back to the Land of the Mouse!

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