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Travel Tip Tuesday #1

#1 The longer your trip the cheaper your tickets will be. Disney usually offers ticket packages or multi-day passes that are cheaper than tickets for just a few days.

When planning my Disney vacation I typically think of my expenses in five categories: resort or hotel, park tickets, food, travel costs, and souvenirs. The most expensive of these categories can be park tickets so I am always looking for ways to cut costs and save money in this part of my budget.

Disney discounts tickets when you purchase more days at the park. For example, a one day ticket will typically cost $109. However if I were to purchase 6 days it would cost about $75 per day or $450 for 6 days, for a savings of $204. Each day you add decreases the cost even more. After your base ticket you can add options like park hopper or water park and sports, which can make your experience even more magical.

Authorized Disney travel agents are often able to book your vacation under one of the many promotions Disney runs throughout the year to help make your vacation even more budget friendly. When booking my travelers vacations I will always look for the best deals and offer suggestions that will meet my travelers needs. Not only that but I will continue to monitor my travelers' reservations all the way until their trip to see if any new discounts or promotions will benefit my travelers.

Did I mention these services are 100% free to you. As an authorized Disney Travel Agent with Park Savers Agents I am paid by Disney to help plan your dream Disney vacation. Use the quote request form to get your free no-obligation quote within 48 hours. Have any questions or want more information? Feel free to email me at We are here to make your vacation magical.

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