4 Tips For Saving Money On Your Disney Vacation

Many families dream of the day when they can take their family on a Disney vacation, but some worry that it is too expensive. Although the trip can be costly, there are a couple things that you can do to save money and still have a good time. Here are a couple tips.

1. Purchase Souvenirs Before You Go

Inside Disney parks there are a lot of stores. It may be tempting to purchase clothing, toys, dress-ups, and other items at these stores. Recognize that buying things inside the Disney parks will be far more expensive than buying them at a convenient store beforehand.

For example, you can buy Disney certified clothing, souvenirs and toys at many stores beforehand. In addition, even the Disney stores that are not inside the park, have better deals that the ones beyond the gates. Consequently, if you can plan ahead and buy things before, you can save a lot of money.

2. Bring Your Own Food

Unlike many other venues, Disney parks allow you to bring your own food into the park. Since many people choose to stay inside the park the majority of the day, your family will need a lot of snacks and meals while there. If you are not careful you can spend a lot of extra money on snacks and meals. If you pack a bag full of treats, snacks, even sandwiches, you could save yourself hundreds of dollars a day on the food alone.

3. Do One Park Per Day

When you purchase your tickets you will have to choose if you want park hopper tickets, or one park per day tickets. Park hopper means that you can go between multiple parks. In each park there are plenty of things to do and if you plan accordingly, you won't need to pay the extra money to be able to park hop.

If you compare the prices of each ticket you will see that you will save a good deal of money on each ticket if you commit to just doing one park per day.

4. Stay Off The Resort

There are many great hotel deals right around Disney. Although it is convenient to stay right on the resort, you will pay extra for the luxury of being so close. If you choose a hotel that is even a couple miles away from the park, you will have much better luck finding a good deal for your family.

These are just a couple tips for saving money when going to a Disney park. 

To learn more about booking your Disney vacation, contact a travel agency like The Travel Business, Inc. 


Share