Every child’s biggest dream is to visit the magical Disneyland, and who could blame them, after all it is “the best place on earth”. From the wild and fun rides, to the delicious park foods like cotton candy and funnel cake, to the favorite Disney characters come to life strolling about the park, there’s no denying that Disneyland really is a magical place.
When it comes to activities at Disneyland, the list of options is endless. The World Of Color show involves hundreds of water jets that stream around colorful LED lights, forming a backdrop for the introduction of the live Disney characters. There are hundreds of fun rides like Radiator Springs Racers where you race through turns and hills as a Cars character, or Indiana Jones Adventures where you go along with Indiana Jones as he narrowly escapes danger on his adventures. There is a gorgeous fireworks display that will leave you breathless every time. There is truly something for everyone, which is one of the reasons Disneyland is the perfect destination for a family vacation.
Unfortunately, for many families, the cost of the trip is daunting and prevents them from experiencing the trip of a lifetime. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be that way. There is a solution that will allow every family to have their dream vacation. Beth Haworth is a former Disney cast member and best selling travel writer who has all of the tips and tricks to slice the cost of your Disney vacation in half! As someone who worked at Disney, she knows the ins and outs, the best sites to see, and the cheapest ways to see them, and has decided to share them with you.
In her publication The Ultimate Disney Savings Guide Beth shares the secrets that will make your dream vacation affordable:
- The one thing that you must do today that will save you hundreds of extra dollars for your vacation account
- How to save more than $200 dollars just on Disney ticket costs alone
- The best bargains for all of the rides
- The best seasons to visit Disneyland price-wise
- Free Disney services that you never knew about
- Which hotels offer the best deals (5 star hotels included)
- Hidden entrances that will help you bypass all of the crowds
- Where to shop for souvenirs that will save you around 75% each time
The list goes on and on. Not only will you learn how to take a 5 day vacation at a 4-Star Disney resort priced at $1,941 and cut it down to $890 like Beth did on her last Disney vacation, but you’ll learn all the ways to get the most out of your experience, so it’s truly unforgettable.
So if you’re ready for the quintessential family vacation, click here.