Disney Savings Tip #5 {Family Money Minute Radio}

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Disney Savings Tip #5[powerpress]

October 17, 2014: Disney Savings Tip #5

Are you curious how to do Disney for free? Stay tuned because I’ve saved this week’s best tip for last…

While the Disney amusement parks are certainly fun, there are a lot of other free activities to take advantage of while at Disney World.

In fact, when our kids were little, a trip to Disney for them just meant going on the Disney buses and taking a trip to downtown Disney.

If a trip to Disney World seems cost prohibitive, only plan to spend a short amount of time in the parks and then use the rest of your time to enjoy their free amenities, like the pools, playgrounds, and other free activities going on at all the Disney resorts throughout the day, including free Disney movie screenings every night.


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