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How to Save Money at Disney and Other Theme Parks

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Theme parks are a great way to spend your vacation whether you have kids or you are just a kid at heart. However, they tend to be very expensive, and if you aren’t careful, they can drain most of your vacation budget in very little time at all. Let’s look at a few tips to make visiting theme parks a little bit friendlier toward your wallet.

Look for Deals

First, you always want to look for any deals that the theme park might have. Visit their social networks and website, and see if they have any partnerships with companies that might be able to provide discounted admission. For example, sometimes soda companies will work with parks such as Disney or SeaWorld, and when you buy their product, you will get a discount. Always take the time to scour the web for any deals you might be able to find. Even if you only got $15 off admission per person, you would save $60 for a family of four!

Don’t Eat at the Park

One of the ways that the parks make so much money is by charging exorbitant rates for their food and drinks. Instead of dining at the park, where you will simply be wasting money, consider eating in your accommodations or packing a lunch that you can eat while you are outside the park instead. Again, for a family of four, this could save you upwards of $40 a day or more.

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Limit the Goodies

Souvenirs are another way that theme parks get people to spend more money than they should. While it’s tempting to blow a lot of money on Mickey Mouse ears and sweatshirts, it’s really not worth it. You can find similar items cheaper outside the park. Instead, take more photos to preserve your memories. You’ll enjoy those far more than you will a new t-shirt with Donald Duck on it.

Smart Accommodations

When you are choosing a place to stay, you want to look at the location in reference to the park. Choosing a place that’s closer will cut down on travel time and wasted gas. You also need to think about the quality of the accommodations. Look for timeshare units you could buy or rent that are close to or in the park for the best bet. You get far more for your money with a timeshare unit, and it is well worth considering.

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