Deal Alert: Disney just announced two new discounts for early 2015! Two offers were announced, one is a room only discount which is the pretty standard promotion they run but the other is play,stay and dine offer which is a little more interesting and could save you some more money. These two offers are for early 2015 which means that many of you have booked your vacations already but not to fret – usually you can apply these discounts after the fact.
Let’s take a look at both of these new promotions and how they can help save you money on your next Disney trip! [click to continue…]
One of the most popular promotions that Disney releases every year is the free dining package. We all know that Disney loves to charge a lot for food because we’re a captive audience, if we get hungry we have no other places to go! Food can be one of the larger expenses of any vacation, especially at Disney which has people turning to find out ways to reduce its cost. [click to continue…]
I’m always first and foremost a Disney Geek but if I were to choose my #2 obsession it would be technology. My iPhone might be my favorite thing in the world, I’ve been obsessed with new iPhone 6 that I picked up last week. Related to my technology and phone obsession is using technology in the Disney parks to help save you time and money when planning and touring.
One of my favorite apps that I use regularly on every trip is the official My Disney Experience mobile app which is available for iPhone and Android. The app can really save you a ton of time in the parks by using the various features such as [click to continue…]
Hi Everyone – I know it’s been a little quiet here on Frugal Mouse as I’ve taken a little “vacation” from the site at the end of the summer as I’ve been traveling a bit. Well vacation time is over – I’m about to get into planning mode for my upcoming trip to WDW this January for the marathon weekend.
Stay tuned this week as I’ll be sharing how I’ll be minimizing the costs of my trip to make this a super frugal WDW vacation!
I usually only get the mail a few times a week because 99.9999% of all mail in my mailbox is junk – ads, menus, credit card offers, you know – run of the mill junk. Yesterday was my lucky day when I checked the mail I found a nice big envelope from Disney Destinations which I knew had the chance to be a pin code.
Disney Destinations is the subsidiary company that sends out most of the marketing material to consumers so if you have mail from them it’s probably good news. Earlier in the month I received a flyer from them but [click to continue…]