Most parents look for a good deal, especially on a luxury item like a vacation. Most children will tell you that they would love to go to Disney World many times more than their parents can afford to bring them. The solution to these wishes is to find cheap Disney World packages. Fortunately, there are a few methods to accommodate the budget conscious.
Arrive and depart mid week.
Airlines prefer that you fly during the middle of the week than on weekends, as these days are often less popular. Most people want to start their vacation on a Saturday or Sunday so they can take less time off from work or have another day off after returning. Try working your vacation days to accommodate a midweek flight to go against the norm and save some money.
Fly and stay during the school year
If you have children who are not yet in school or don’t mind taking them out for a few days, then you will definitely save money by traveling while most of the other children are in the books.
Stay at a Disney resort
It usually costs more to be close to attractions, but Disney has decided that it’s reasonable to add location convenience to your vacation value. If you stay at a Disney resort, you will get cheaper park tickets and access free public transportation, or you will get free parking at all parks.
Choose at a budget or moderate resort hotel
Disney has four tourist hotel grades: Value, Moderate, Deluxe, and Deluxe Villa. Value and moderate grades are made for families trying to stretch their dollar. The rationale for skimping around a bit on accommodation is that you’ll be spending most of your time in parks or water rides, so the room is just a place to rest for the next day of fun.
Add a meal plan to your trip
If you book through the Disney website, you can add a meal plan. The meal plan allows you to prepay for your meals during your stay. Choose the best combination of snacks, quick service meals and table service meals for your party. Your budget is set even before you arrive at the resort. This frees up time you can use on your trip by adding up what you spent on food instead of enjoying the Mickey Magic with your guests.