Disney World Savings, Discounts, Tips, Secrets?
We are going to Disney World Florida this June for the first time. We are looking to save any and every which route possible. All of our transportation and hotel accommodations are taken fastidiousness of.
We really need to know how to bring back the best deals on tickets, entertainment, food, etc. If you know any "secrets" on getting the best deal or whatever on anything. Any websites or forums I should pop in? Really, any resources you can provide would be very accommodating. Even on things of what not to do, what things we really should go see or do would be so cooperative. We're planning to visit with the sole purpose 2 theme parks this time. Which ones would you suggest?
I've be to a couple other theme parks and the hang around times to ride can be very, markedly long. Do you have any tips on getting around the hassle? Anything? The best days and times of afternoon to go, weekends or weekdays? We do hold very childlike kids, ages 5 - 10, and any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
FASTPASS FASTPASS FASTPASS. on most disney attractions they have a fastpass which is where on earth you get a time to come stern like 10:04-11:04 it works but some rides close to test track and space mountain run out by lunchtime so get one for those first.
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This is extremely effectual but it might make the father enjoy to sacrifice... Go to the MK for example and get a fastpass right away. Then run and get within line for another ride. Meanwhile hold the dad of the family move about get surrounded by line for another ride that have an outdoor que line so you dont hold to walk by tons of ancestors. After you finish the ride get contained by line beside him. After that go hit your fastpass. Works everytime.
Just relax and enjoy fun.
Yes it will be busy (and hot), but plan ahead and make sure you plan some downtime (at the pool or wherever).
The best tip I could administer would be to make your dining reservations route ahead of time. And perhaps pack snacks and breakfast foods.
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Have a blast!!
June - summer, super busy time to go! Sorry. Best ways to avoid lines are to capture there when it open and/or stay until closing time. The busiest time of day is other mid-day. If you will be staying close by, people will commonly go posterior to their hotel for an afternoon break/nap and return to the park in the evening. If you aren't acquainted with it, read up a touch on Fastpass (FREE!). A really great website that explains this and everything else about Disney is http://www.allearsnet.com
Tickets - not really like mad of deals to be found. If you don't buy from Disney, buy from a Disney authorized trader. If you do not, there's no way to relay if your tickets are legitimate. And if you get hold of to the gate and they don't work, Disney cannot serve you. There are a couple of authorized dealers online that present small discounts, such as http://www.mapleleaftickets.com and AAA is authorized if you are a member.
Food - obviously, sit-down meals are more expensive. If you want to chomp through any sit-down meals, you MUST appointment ahead (months ahead!) and make reservations. The counter-service places are more expensive than fast-food, but some of them aren't unpromising. You can always squirrel away buy eating outside the parks as much as possible.
If I be visiting individual 2 parks, I would pick Magic Kingdom for sure - the most to do, and the most Disney magic! Second, I would pick Hollywood Studios. If your kids really approaching animals, you might do Animal Kingdom. These two parks are smaller, and you might be able to cover them both within one day if you purchase the park hopper leeway on your tickets - you will be rushed, though. Epcot - there are things that appeal to young-looking kids there, but it does still appeal more to adults and elder kids. So I would probably skip it.
You can move about to your local AAA, at the triple a place they have discounted tickets for I construe rooms and attractions. I am not sure if you have to be a accomplice. . Disney World will have smaller amount people in that during the week then on the weekends, I would suggest The Magic Kingdom and Universal. Have fun.