Disney World - Money Saving Tips
Disney World is a favorite destination for all. Here are a few money saving suggestions for getting the most out of your trip. Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line discounts.
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Here is a link to Disney's discount web page.
Buy a Multiday Disney Pass
Adults can pay up to $84 for a single day, but a multi-day pass can be as low as $35.60 per day for a seven-day pass.
Use the Free Transportation
Rely on the buses of the free Disney Transportation System (DTS), and if you’re staying at a Disney-run hotel, the resort’s Magical Express coaches will shuttle you to and from Orlando International Airport for free.
Visit in the off season
Deals can get as low as $62 per day at select hotels in the low season. Prices go up when kids are out of school.
A few miles away, the whole family can have the run of one of hundreds of dedicated vacation McMansions complete with pools, grills, and big-screen TVs. Three-bedroom rentals cost as little as $140.
Visit the Free Attractions
A few attractions cost nothing to enjoy: the monorail through the Contemporary Resort or over Epcot, the ferry across the water to the gates of the Magic Kingdom, and the illuminated water-borne floats of the Electrical Light Parade between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. nightly on Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake.
Buy the Disney Dining Plan
If you can stomach eating from fast-food counters, the quick-service dining plan gets you two full meals and two snacks a day for $30 (adults) or $9 for kids.
Get Disney Hotel Perks
Disney run hotels provide extra value. You get free parking and “Extra Magic Hours” access at the parks, which grants money-stretching bonus time either before or after the park is open to the general public.
Buy from a Discount Ticket Br...
Mousesavers.com has list of all of some the authorized Disney Ticket Brokers.