Tips to help you save money on a Disney resort, tickets, food, transportation and more!
Be sure to sign up for emails from any and all Disney Parks. You can do this as part of your My Disney Experience Account. then be sure to "Sign Up for Updates."
Disney has a detailed calendar identifying the cheapest & most expensive weeks to visit through the year!
Being a Disney+ Plus subscriber pays! In 2022 there were times throughout the year where subscribers got up to 25% off vacation packages!
Plan One Park Per Day to maximize everything you can do in each park; rides, shows, snacks and more. This saves time and money so you don't need the extra ticket.
Driving means paying Disney Parking Fees, gas and more. Instead, fly into the airport and rideshare to your resort, then use complimentary transportation for your trip.
Take advantage of gift card sales at local grocery stores, and the 5% off with Target RedCard. Simply load Disney gift cards and use for payment or daily charges.
With Disney snacks, quick-service, & table service it pays to have a plan! Learn how to make a Disney Dining Budget, and plan between $70-100 per person, per day.
Use Hotels.com for discounted resort nights and Undercover Tourist for discounted tickets. It takes a little more work, but can save you money.
Disney Vacation Club typically offers a giftcard, of up to $150 dollars, as a Thank You for learning more about the Disney Vacation Club Timeshare program.
Make sure to sign up through reward apps like Rakuten and be sure to join the loyalty programs on your credit cards and accounts for extra discounts.
If staying at a Disney Resort you can get a discount card, good for savings at golf courses, on Joffrey's coffees, and at certain restaurants.
Staying 3 nights or more means each day ticket is closer to 50 ( instead of 100) dollars a day.
Aim to ride popular rides during meal times or parades when waits are lower, and save $15-$30/ person per day.