TUI offers cheap Disney World breaks – with discounted park tickets, hotels and free spending money

TUI has slashed the price of a holiday to Disney World on selected dates next year.

Customers can get up to four nights free in a Disney Resort hotel, 14 Disney Park days for the price of seven and $200 Disney spending money with every booking.

The cheapest deal on offer in TUI's Disney World sale is seven nights in May at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort, as well as flights, from £832pp – theme park tickets are an added extra.

Alternatively, seven nights at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in May including flights costs from £873pp, and the same deal at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort costs from £1,106pp.

Customers who use the code 'SALE' when booking can get an extra £100 off when spending £750, £200 off when spending £2,000 and £300 off when spending £3,000.

The extra discount, the 14 theme park days for the price of seven and the $200 Disney spending money all apply to certain travel dates, so it is worth checking before you book.

TUI is also offering the chance to amend bookings for free up until 21 days before their departure if they book before February 28, 2021 on selected trips.

There are a number of new experiences expected to open at Disney World in 2021, but the biggest is the new Star Wars hotel.

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is currently being built at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land.

Guests at the hotel will stay for two days and two nights, and will become "heroes of their own Star Wars story" while on the Halcyon ship.

When checking in, families enter a "launch pod" to transport into space, before stepping into the ship's huge atrium and exploring parts of the Halcyon including the starcruiser’s Bridge.

During their stay, guests will be given a full wardrobe as well as a back story to their character.

They will then be able to meet and learn more about other characters in the ship as "guests will interact with characters and become active participants in stories that unfold around them on their galactic journey".

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