Disney World Tickets
Tickets to Disney World are costly. Active and retired military personnel, as well as civilian Department of Defense employees, may receive a discount, though. People planning to visit may also want to check with their employer or AAA to see about a possible discount. Discounted ticket offers from unknown people or firms are best avoided. There are a lot of invalid tickets being sold to unwary consumers.
Yes, Disney has numerous hotels and resorts on site. However, staying offsite for one’s Kissimmee vacation can save money. This is because numerous hotels and vacation home rentals in Kissimmee cater to budget-conscious Disney visitors by offering lower cost lodging options. Here again, a visitors guide can be of great value when deciding where to stay. Be sure the family bulks up on a substantial healthy breakfast, included in many hotel prices, before setting out for a day of Disney adventure, as this will reduce the amount spent on in-park food. A number of these hotels even offer free shuttle service to Disney. This can be a money-saver since parking fees begin at $14 a day for Disney theme parks.
It is now permissible for visitors to bring their own food and beverages into Disney World theme parks. No glass containers, large or hard-sided coolers, or alcoholic beverages can be brought in. Disney World does have a meal plan but this is generally only available for guests lodging at a Disney World property. Numerous frequent Disney visitors have set up blogs and websites with extremely detailed insights and cost comparisons for eating at and enjoying Disney parks.
Downtown Disney is on Disney property but admission is free. Children can enjoy playing at the Logo Imagination Center there for free. Disney’s Boardwalk with its street performers is also free. The carnival games do cost, though.