After hurricane cancellations, Disney won't give refunds to families.
If you had plans to visit Disney World this week, you probably aren't too pleased with yourself. The Orlando, Florida, theme park was shut down on September 28
due to Hurricane Ian's devastation.And in order to "closely monitor" the weather event, it remained closed for a few days. As if that weren't depressing enough,
Disney will not give you a reimbursement for any of those missed days.On September 27, Hurricane Ian, a Category 4 hurricane that had just roared into Cuba,
was raised to a Hurricane Warning. Disney World decided to suspend operations until the hurricane passed when the wind and rain began to fall in Florida.
Despite the fact that it was the business's choice to close, a "storm policy" merely gives guests the opportunity to prolong their stay; there is no provision for reimbursement.
Hurricane Ian's closure will automatically extend partially used multi-day theme park tickets with a validity window until September 30, 2023,
allowing usage of the remaining unused ticket days.Refunds are available for special events at Disney World that are postponed due to bad weather.
This includes the Magic Kingdom's Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, which was slated to take place on September 29, 2022.