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Walt Disney World Automatically Waiving Cancellation Fees As Storm Nicole Approaches

As Tropical Storm Nicole continues to target Central Florida, Walt Disney World has implemented a policy whereby any customary cancellation fees will be waived by The Walt Disney Company.


It’s not known at this time whether the cancellation fees Disney refers to include dining and special experiences.


Here’s the very brief statement made by Disney only to Travel Agents, this new policy is not on the Walt Disney World website as of yet.


Guests may reschedule their trip or cancel their stay without any customary cancellation fees.


Currently, Wednesday morning, Walt Disney World has not announced any theme park closures, but there are a number of operational impacts due to the approaching storm.



Walt Disney World Automatically Waiving Cancellation Fees As Storm Nicole Approaches

As of Wednesday morning, Nicole was located several hundred miles east of West Palm Beach, Florida with maximum sustained winds at 70 mph. Nicole is near hurricane strength and is expected to make landfall in Florida as a Category 1 storm.

"On the forecast track, the center of Nicole will approach the northwestern Bahamas this morning, move near or over those islands by midday, and approach the east coast of Florida within the hurricane warning area tonight," the National Hurricane Center said. "Nicole's center is then expected to move across central and northern Florida into southern Georgia Thursday and Thursday night, and then across the Carolinas Friday and Friday night.


As of Wednesday morning, Nicole was located several hundred miles east of West Palm Beach, Florida with maximum sustained winds at 70 mph. Nicole is near hurricane strength and is expected to make landfall in Florida as a Category 1 storm.   "On the forecast track, the center of Nicole will approach the northwestern Bahamas this morning, move near or over those islands by midday, and approach the east coast of Florida within the hurricane warning area tonight," the National Hurricane Center said. "Nicole's center is then expected to move across central and northern Florida into southern Georgia Thursday and Thursday night, and then across the Carolinas Friday and Friday night.



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