I’m currently in the process of booking my trip for early January 2015 for a quick weekend trip with my family to watch my brother run in the 10k race as part of the marathon weekend. I normally would have booked this trip much earlier but things have been busy (and a little procrastination) so just getting around to getting everything finalized now. With christmas coming up I was looking to make this trip as frugal as possible which meant minimizing as many costs as I can.
We all love to travel to Disney World but for a large majority of us we’re too far away which means we have to get on a plane to get there. When you purchase your flights can have a large impact on how much you end up paying. Those flight costs can really add up, especially for those trips which consist of entire family and not just one person. I know we all stress about how can you make sure that you are getting the best deal on your flights.
It’s going to get a little more expensive to leave your car in a parking lot to enjoy the theme parks at Walt Disney World effective immediately. As of today parking has increased by $2 for a total of $17 for a day of parking at any of the four theme parks. [click to continue…]
Timing your trip to Disney World can have a huge impact on the cost, crowds, weather and overall enjoyment of your trip. For this post I’m going to focus on the times of year that will keep costs the lowest with a secondary look at the crowd levels during those times. The highest variable costs for your Disney trip will be