What family hasn’t dreamed of an exciting Disney vacation? Unfortunately, lots of people put off this fun trip because they think they can’t afford it. Disney doesn’t have to be hugely expensive. By planning early and putting a little bit of time into your planning, you can have an affordable and fun Disney trip.
Now this is a credit card so you need to be careful with this one. If you are the kind of person that can pay off their balance monthly A Disney Rewards card is a great option, if not, you should probably skip this one.
A premier card earns 2% in Disney Dream Reward Dollars at gas stations, grocery stores and most Disney locations and 1% on all your other card purchases. So this could be a great way to pay for some of that Disney trip for free.
Of course it’s easiest to go when the kids are out of school and the weather is gorgeous! Unfortunately, this is also when it’s most expensive. If your kids are young, you may be able to pull them out of school for a few days without affecting their education. Going during early spring or fall can save you hundreds of dollars, since hotels and other vendors still want to fill their quotas.
Buy Your Souvenirs in Advance
When you get to Disney it can be can be easy to get caught up in the fun, and kids are going to want to buy everything that is in sight. A good way to off set this cost is to buy souvenirs in advance. A few months before you go, keep an eye out for t-shirts and little trinkets (thrift stores and even the dollar stores can be a great place to find Disney stuff). Pack them up in a bag and dole them out during the day to keep the “buy-mes” away.
Bring in your Own Food and Water
You may not know this but Disney will let you bring in your own food and water bottles. Doing this can save you a small fortune. And on top of that there will not no arguing over where everyone wants to eat. Double Score!
You can give your kids a fantastic Disney vacation without going broke. Just keep these tips in mind as you book the dream vacation!
What are your favorite ways to save at Disney?
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