This edition of blog bites features two helpful tips. The first should save you a few bucks on stroller rental, and the second clarifies the truth on Disney World’s cancellation policy.
What’s the only thing better than a Disney World vacation? A free trip to the Magic Kingdom! Here is my 2013 list of sweepstakes and contests that feature Disney World trips as the grand prize.
At $609 each for anyone over the age of 3, Disney annual passes are certainly not cheap. Most families will struggle to recoup the value of “paying in advance” for park admission, but this article applies to the percentage of folks who plan to visit WDW 2 to 4 times over the next 12 months.
Every June Disney World announces their new ticket prices just in time for the peak summer season. This year the price for a one-day adult ticket increased from $89 to $95 per person. Luckily, you can still find a limited supply of tickets at last year’s rates.
Summer vacation planning is in full swing, and even though summer is a peak season at Disney World there are still plenty of savings opportunities to be found. Here is a look at the specials running between June and August of 2013.
The majority of families visiting Disney World have a maximum budget they need to stay under. The good news is that Disney has accommodations for every price range; with the most inexpensive being their line of Value Resorts.