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Save money $ while booking your next Disney World Vacation!. In this video, I explain how we save 40% on our package! Saving money at Disney helps to do disney on a budget.

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MyMyStylez 85 says:

Thank you for all these tips on Booking Disney! We are planning our trip next year when hubby gets back from deployment. So I’m trying to get all kinds of info ahead of booking time!

Kimberlee Yates says:

Hi! Since your hotel was on the resort, could you use the shuttle or monorails for free?

SAH says:

Great advice Jia..plan early and save your money. I booked a Disney cruise 16 months out – not only did I save $ booking early out cabin actually was reduced 12 months before sail date. for WDW I crunched the #'s and it was cost effective me to book 4day trip(trans rt from ny and hotel + fast pass) through Amtrak. We're staying on Disney property. Can you share thoughts on food – I didn't get a food plan for WDW.

Boram Han says:

Can you still take the advantage of before or after hours (the special hours for people who stay at the resort) if you stay at the hotel that you mentioned? Thank you.

KnottyGirl12 says:

You look just like Tiffany From Daily Davidsons, like y’all look just the same

Brittany Myers says:

We are doing a week long Disney trip in October. It's multi-families going; me, my husband, our 3 kids, my sister, her 2 kids, her mother-in-law, and my mom. So 10 of us. We are staying at a Disney resort, The Art of Animation. We are doing the Disney dinning plan, and have 4 days of park tickets (2 at Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios), and we are flying (between us all we live in West Virginia & Maryland) out of Dulles in D.C.. The flight for 10 of us round trip, ended up being almost $3,000 (it was like $2995) and for the resort which was 2 suites, the park tickets for 10 of us, and the dinning plan was for 10 ended up being over $14,000 the day we paid the travel agent. When you break it down, it ends up being about $700 a person for the trip. My biggest advice, if you are able to book the vacay ahead..hold off on booking the flight until about 60-30 days in advance. We ended up booking our trip in April but held off on flights until a couple of weeks ago. The flights ran about $400-$600 all summer long. Once August came, flights lowered and prices dropped to about $200 a person, so we booked the seats.

Justine G. says:

Thank you so much for all this valuable info!! I've been thinking about booking our next trip through costco, I love that their packages (at the present moment) offer some of the on-site perks, like booking fastpasses 60 days in advance and extra magic hours. I have subscribed and gave your video a thumbs up…but I think 1 isn't enough, so here: 👍👍👍👍😄

Alice Georgina WDW says:

Love this video!! Great tips on saving for Disney!!

Ca rl says:

Can you get a meal plan with Costco though?

RC CGC says:

I agree with you 100% in regards to taking small children in trips

Linnie Walker says:

Love the Donald and Daisy ears

The Disney Type says:

We use a travel agency that book block of Disney rooms at convention rates. We scored the poly for $266 a night tax included!!! It was everything! We just book FQ with them this year. I used to do the target red card 5% off ofer to buy Disney gift cards but now I highly recommend swagbucks! I started doing it to save money for Disney world but now I use it for extra money in general. I average about $150-$250 a month and only do it for about 30 minutes a day. I use it to fuel my target addiction but you can cash out to PayPal too.


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candy girlll says:

Thank you for the Costco tip. I will use it. I have been booking through Disney for years and I never knew this at all. I feel lucky.

MissZG ZZ says:

New subby!❤️❤️❤️ your blessed it’s going to be an 18 hour drive for us!

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