7) Set a budget and don’t go over it. -- As with any financial undertaking, planning a vacation to Walt Disney World requires that you set a budget for your vacation. Once you’ve booked a place to stay and purchased your tickets, you’ll need to set a dining budget, a souvenir budget and a miscellaneous budget, and you’ll need to stick to that budget. If you have no budget in mind when you get to the parks, you’re guaranteed to spend much more than you need to or want to. Don’t let a credit card statement in the mail tarnish your wonderful Disney vacation memories.
10 Ways to Save Big on Your Next Walt Disney World Vacation