Disney on a Dime? Yes, it is Possible!!
Here are some tips to get you started…
Know When to Go
Generally speaking, when the kids are out of school Walt Disney World is crowded….. and more expensive. If you have a flexible schedule try to take advantage of off peak times to visit. September and early November through mid December (with the exception of Thanksgiving week) is a great time of year.
Never Pay Full Price!
Disney is constantly releasing promotions. Take advantage of them and save some money! No one knows better about what promotions apply to your travel than your Authorized Disney Travel Planner.
Consider passing on the Hopper option when purchasing tickets. While this option provides guests with flexibility it may not be necessary for those families traveling on a budget. At $64 per ticket, forgoing this option can save a family a few hundred dollars!
Does your family require a stroller? Don’t want to bring your own? At $15 a day for a single stroller and $31 a day for a double stroller rental costs can add up quickly! Consider renting from an outside company to save $$$!
Don’t Break the Bank Purchasing Souvenirs- Set a limit for the kids before you go. Purchase a gift card for each child and encourage them to choose what they spend their money on wisely!
Use an Authorized Disney Travel Planner! Most Authorized Disney Travel Planners provide their services at no cost to their clients- they are paid through Disney directly. Authorized Disney Travel Planners have the knowledge and expertise to book your family in an appropriate room and category that will meet your needs and budget! A good agent will continue shopping promotions for their clients even after they have booked and will automatically apply them to clients reservations to save them money!
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What’s your best tip for saving money at Disney? Comment below and let us know!