Disney on the Cheap: How to Do Disney, Like a Boss

This is fifth in a series about Disney.

As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve been to Disney four times. I’ve learned a lot, and read a lot more about the parks, properties and all they have to offer. There is so much I am learning new things all the time. Here are a few tips to help you navigate your vacation like a seasoned pro.Like a Boss Disney on the Cheap: How to Do Disney, Like a Boss [Read more...]

Disney on the Cheap: Tips and Tricks to Keeping Costs Down

This is a third post in a series about Disney parks.

So we’ve talked about saving for Disney, and a lot of activities outside the parks that can keep you busy, but let’s get down to the nitty gritty – comparing the travel, room and board options.

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Getting There: Flying vs. Driving

The age old question – flying versus driving. If you live on the East coast this is always the great debate. I’ve done both.

Driving, even with gas money and an overnight stay, is often cheaper than flying, but if you live in the Northeast you are losing a day, possibly two days, to travel on each end of your trip. That was one very long car ride with my sister in the back seat, and exhausted parents upon arrival.

I’ve also flown. In fact, my first time on a plane when I was four years old was to go to Disney World. I can still remember the seeing clouds and wonderment I felt being in that plane. [Read more...]