Disney World with Kids – 3 Money Saving Tips
If you want to visit Disney World, like any other family you surely hope to get the most fun out of every minute spent their and, to be honest, the most value for your money. Disney World Discounts are the great way to save a lot of money, yet to experience the magic of this astonishing travel destination. Don’t try to do everything in Disney World if you have only a few days. You should have fun and that means you should avoid driving anyone to exhaustion. If you travel with little kids, you just have to slow down – to do as much as possible, yet to head back to a hotel and chill out when needed. Here are few more tips to maximize the magic.
If you plan to return to Disney World next year or/and the year after, consider “No Expiration” option. For example, by buying 6 day “No Expiration” pass, if you visit park for three days this year and another three days next year, you can save more than $400.
The Disney Store in your local malls have some sales from time to time. You can buy some souvenirs for your kids and pack the goodies in the suitcase. Each day of your trip, give your kids some souvenir. It will keep them from asking for things while you are at the park.
To save a lot of energy and time, take a printout of the Disney Day Planner and use it to map out your days. If you get to the parks as soon as the gates open, you will get several rides in before the rest of the crowd arrives.
I think that the most of Americans think that it’s their right and responsibility to take their kids to Disney World. It was the part of our childhood and we want it to be the part of our children’s childhood, too. However, in these financially unstable time, we have to be reasonable when spending money, so every possible discount and the way to save some cash is more than welcome.