If you sign up for the MouseSavers newsletter, they have a link to some exclusive MouseSavers' discount on WDW tickets. I think the link in the newsletters is for Undercover Tourist or something like that. Anyway, Mary, the lady who heads MouseSavers claims that with the MouseSavers' discount on the Undercover Tourist tickets, they are the cheapest WDW tickets anywhere. It's legal, too, or it wouldn't be on MouseSavers. The next newsletter will come out on February 15th, so you might want to sign up now. Hope that helps.
By the way, I've never ordered tickets from this site (or been to WDW at all), but MouseSavers has proven itself to be a very trustworthy site, in my experience.
MouseSavers link: http://www.mousesavers.com/
There's plenty of helpful info on the site.
EDIT: Sorry, I didn't read your whole post. You're leaving next month? I'll see if I can dig up an old newsletter and give you the exclusive link. You should sign up for the newsletter, though, just to make it legit. Even though I've never used MouseSavers for WDW, I've followed its advice tons of times at Disneyland, and it's very helpful. I don't know anything about Ramada Hotel, sorry. The only time I was in Florida, I didn't get to WDW, just Gator Land (thanks to my dad, who was attached to the place, for some inexplicable reason.
ANOTHER EDIT: I don't have any newsletters lying around in my inbox. I just looked on the FAQs, and she doesn't send out the last e-mail, 'cause it's all automated. I did look at the WDW FAQs, and they seemed really helpful. http://www.mousesavers.com/wdwfaq.html
. I think I should get back to homework now...