One of the most popular promotions that Disney has historically released just about every year is the free dining package. This promotion adds on the Disney Dining Package for free if you book a non-discounted (full price) Magic Your Way room + park ticket package. Disney announced the free dining promotion for 2015 a few months ago but I have already started getting inquiries from readers who are looking into their 2016 trips if Disney will be releasing a package for next year. [click to continue…]
Free dining has finally been announced by Disney!! I’ll get straight to the details which you’ve been waiting for.
To get the FREE Disney dining plan you will need to book a non-discounted (aka full price) Magic Your Way vacation package on the offer dates.
Available Offer Dates:
- 8/28/15 – 10/2/15
- 10/25/15 – 10/31/15
- 11/8/15 – 11/19/15
- 12/15/15 – 12/21/15
Your check in date must fall within one of the offer dates for your stay to be eligible for the free dining package. If you check in during the offer dates but your stay extends outside of the dates you can have the free dining the whole time. [click to continue…]
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…]
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!
Disney just announced this past Sunday that park tickets for Disneyland would be increased effective immediately. Prices went up across the board from single day tickets, park hoppers and even annual passes on average about 10%. This price hike comes right on schedule just before the busy summer season hits to take in that extra revenue for all of the summer visitors that will be purchasing park tickets.