The Disney World Annual Pass is a widely discussed topic among Disney fans and planners alike. The AP (as it’s often called) offers one full calendar year’s worth of entry to the Walt Disney World Theme Parks along with a variety of other in-park discounts and perks.
Disney on a Budget
One of the most daunting things about planning a Disney vacation is the cost. However, there are TONS of ways to save for and at the parks – you just have to know where to cut corners. Keep reading to learn all about how to save on costs, how to score discounts, and how to get the best value for your money.
The Disney Dining Plan (DDP) is a pre-paid package that allows you a certain amount of meals and snacks throughout your vacation and is available only to Walt Disney World Resort hotel guests. There are several package options that can become a bit confusing. See this simple guide to the Disney Dining Plan here.
Booking a Disney World vacation can be daunting, especially when you’re trying to stick to a budget. I believe that everyone should be able to visit Disney at least once, (after all, it is the happiest place on earth), but finances shouldn’t hinder you from making the trip. Luckily, there are several ways to save money and do Disney on a budget. Read below to find out how to get discount tickets to Disney World and save money on your next Disney vacation!
One of the best ways to save money at Disneyland and Disney World is by going through the Disney Special Offers Page on the official website.
WHAT!? Free Disney Attractions? What is this madness, you ask?
Okay. Hear me out. Disney has TONS of stuff to do, and most people don’t realize that a lot of those things don’t include going into the parks (and spending money).