So I’ve mentioned a few times on here we are headed to Walt Disney World this spring. I was able to save a lot of money on my trip using a variety of tactics, each of which I’ve explained on here. But it’s always helpful to see things with a real life example.
So I wanted to outline how I got my roughly $3,800 vacation for around $1,700.
First let’s breakdown what I got.
- Three round trip plane tickets from Trenton, NJ to Orlando International Airport including assigned seating, three personal items and one carry-on.
- Seven night stay in a preferred room at Disney Pop Century Resort.
- Two adult and one child five day tickets with parkhopper option.
With some strategy you can get your vacation for less than half price.
Did you know you can see the various Disney end of day fireworks displays without paying park admission? It’s true!
There are many places to view Wishes, the fireworks display at Magic Kingdom outside the parks, but the best in my humble opinion is at the newly refurbished Polynesian Resort. There are a few restaurants there and a beach, where they even pipe in the music from the Magic Kingdom. This is on my list to do this trip. We plan on grabbing a bite to eat at Captain Cook’s quick service restaurant, and then the famous Dole Whip from Pineapple Lanai (that’s all they sell there). A bonus of this is that you can view the free boat light show which laps around the lake. Continue reading