Disney in the Summer Months! Money saving tips

OK going to Walt Disney World during the summer means this is hurricane season. The same reason I won't go on a cruise during the summer. If you opt to travel during August through November, it is a good idea to add Disney’s vacation insurance, as this is the height of hurricane season. If you can’t get to Disney in the fall, another good time to visit price-wise is during the months of January and February. Attractions go down for scheduled refurbishment.
The Walt Disney World Resort has five on-site Value Resort hotels that are sure to fit your budget. The newest of these resorts is Disney’s Art of Animation Resort which features family suites sleeping up to six adults. They also have a section dedicated to The Little Mermaid where you can find standard size hotel rooms. Other Value Resorts include Disney’s Pop Century Resort, Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, and Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort.
By staying onsite you avoid the costly daily theme park parking fees and you enjoy all the benefits of being on-site (Extra Magic Hours, complimentary Magic Bands, the ability to book Fast Pass+ reservations 60 days in advance, and so much more).

A Good Tip! 

Visit Before your Child Turns 3

Did you know that children three and under are free? Yes, I said FREE. If your child is under three years old they do not require park tickets. This means there is no charge for their hotel, there is no charge for their park tickets, and there is no charge for the Dining Plan (as long as they eat off an adult’s plate).


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