Question about Dreams Unlimited
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We have received a quote from them and this is our first time using a TA. This will also be our first Disney Cruise! For those who have used them do I pay Disney direct? I just want to make sure I get the 0% on my Disney Visa. Thanks
*Shena & Ryan*
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This is true of most agencies these days. It's in their best interests, and it's good for travelers, too. The agencies win because they don't have to pay credit card processor fees and they're relieved of financial responsibility (there are usually stiff state regulations regarding how an agency handles this money). Customers generally win because we're assured that our reservations have actually been paid for - we get the credit card receipt from Disney rather than the agency. In the history of travel there are lots of tales of monies paid but no tickets delivered - that's the principal reason the states started licensing agencies.
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