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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

Ask for Disney Gift Cards It’s become a joke in my family, but when they ask me what I want for holidays or my birthday, I always tell them “I don’t know!” One year, my mother called for an intervention. She sat me down and told me that it made her crazy that I never know what I want, but ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

Create a Disney Savings Bank Account There are some banks that offer some nice interest payments if you choose to bank totally online with them. They are usually offer an incentive to bank with them. When we opened up our account, the bank contributed $100 dollars to the account. Some banks do a “save the change program” and whatever you ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

Get the Disney Rewards Visa With 1% cash back in Disney reward dollars on anything you purchase, I have started using my Rewards Visa like a debit card. Anything that I’d normally do with cash, I simply charge to my Visa. Then, I keep a running tab on myself and transfer money from my checking into my savings account. When ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

Skip the Coffee It’s no surprise that having your morning cup o’ joe at home is way less money than the popular coffee spots. You might not be ordering the $4.75 Venti Frappuccino, but a simple cup of coffee can run a buck or two. If you could skip your morning cup and use the standard machine at work or ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

I admit it, I have more than a habit…I have an addiction. After a recent relocation to Central Florida, I have found myself in the Disney parks and resorts about twice a week. Even though I have an annual pass and can use my pass holder, Tables in Wonderland dining discount card and my DVC discount, one thing remains very, ...

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5 Ways to Support Your Disney Habit

Vacation Jar My friend has a Disney vacation jar that she and her kids decorated on display on their kitchen counter. She and her husband agreed on a dollar amount that has to be in the jar in order for them to make their next reservation. Over the last year, she has found that her kids will put their pocket ...

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8. Weekdays over Weekends

Of course, another great time to visit Disney World is Monday through Friday. Usually, hotel rates are lower on weekday stays and crowds swell on the weekends. Monday through Wednesday will be your best days for Magic Kingdom, while the other parks are great for the full 5 days. Just be careful, weeks off from school, especially the Florida schools, ...

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7. The first two weeks of December

While kids are ready for a winter break, most parents are not taking their families on vacations before a 2 week school break. The weather is perfect, most days in the 70’s to low 80’s and all of the holiday activities and decorations are on full display. Holiday music is pumped through the speakers everywhere, cast members seem to be ...

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6. The week before Thanksgiving week

The week of Thanksgiving is totally packed, but the week leading up to it is usually pretty tame. It has been the time of year that I can get the dining reservations I want without any difficulty. The parks are in the starting phases of getting ready for the holidays and some holiday activities and decorations are already in full ...

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5. The last two weeks of October

All of October used to be my favorite time to visit Disney World, but the first couple of weeks are getting busier every year. Disney has started giving deep discounts on hotels and adding free dining plans to entice more visitors and November is usually a time for free dining, so people are trying to travel in early November instead ...

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