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Ready – Set – Plan! Our Top 10 Tips for Organizing Your Disney Vacation

Castle Money

10. What about a budget?  There are dozens of ways to save up for a Disney vacation.  Book your vacation up to a year out and pay a little each month.  Use a Disney Visa credit card and collect reward dollars.  Purchase Disney gift cards ahead of time.  Take a look at the Disney Dining Plan.  Plan a souvenir budget.  Have ...

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Ready – Set – Plan! Our Top 10 Tips for Organizing Your Disney Vacation

Memory Maker

9. What about photos?  You will certainly want to take a lot of photos on your Disney vacation.  Cinderella Castle is the most photographed icon in the world!   But who’s willing to be left out of the family photos?  Dad, mom?  Instead, let Disney take your photos!  Before you go, think about purchasing Disney’s Memory Maker service.  Disney photographers, stationed all ...

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Ready – Set – Plan! Our Top 10 Tips for Organizing Your Disney Vacation

Cast Member Trains

8. Can someone help me? Consider hiring a Disney-certified travel agent to help plan your trip. There are several good ones eager to serve you. The best part is, in most cases, their service is free to you-Disney pays them. A good travel agent will guide you from the planning stages through the end of your trip. They will do ...

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Ready – Set – Plan! Our Top 10 Tips for Organizing Your Disney Vacation

My Disney Experience App

7. How do I keep up with everything? Before you start planning, register for a free account on www.mydisneyexperience.com. There, you can see your hotel reservations, purchase your tickets, make your daily plans and more. Download the app on your device for easy use during your trip.

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Ready – Set – Plan! Our Top 10 Tips for Organizing Your Disney Vacation

Disney Tickets

6. What tickets to buy?  Disney theme park tickets are priced so that the more days you purchase, the less you pay per day.  A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom is $100+, but a 10-day ticket is around $40 per day.  The ability to “hop” from one park to another on the same day will add to your cost.  You ...

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Ready – Set – Plan! Our Top 10 Tips for Organizing Your Disney Vacation

All Star Movies Resort

5. Where to stay? If you are doing Disney World only, I strongly urge you to stay onsite at a Disney hotel.  There are several advantages, including free transportation, extended park hours and the “magic” of the Disney brand.  Staying offsite can save you money and put you closer to other central Florida attractions.

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