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3 Survival Tips For Disney Family Vacation

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3 Survival Tips for  Disney Family Vacation

3 Survival Tips for Disney Family Vacation


Who doesn’t love a Disney vacation? No work, no worries and the happiest place on Earth. If you’ve ever been on a family vacation though, you know sometimes it’s not all rainbows and lollipops. Things can get a little tense when the kids argue or the family disagrees on how to spend vacation time. Here, we have three easy tips that will help ensure the whole clan ends up having a great time.



Make it affordable.

Why spend so much money on a vacation that you come home more stressed than you left? There are plenty of ways to have an unforgettable time with your family while making your money go further and staying within your budget. For starters, try a vacation rental instead of a pricey hotel. In the Disney area, you can find a 3 bedroom vacation home with a private pool and spa, full kitchen and a washer and dryer for less than $800 a week. Similar hotel accommodations with none of those amenities can run you over $1700 for seven days!


Second, try to save as much money as possible on attraction tickets. Tickets are always going to cost you more at the gate, so rule that out from the get-go. Look for discounts and special offers from vacation rental providers like VillaDirect, or search for Disney-authorized ticket brokers. Emphasis on Disney-authorized. Never buy tickets from people selling them near the parks, Craigslist, E-Bay or any other online marketplace. You could end up losing your money, and still not get into the park.


Be a little selfish...

A trip to Disney is an absolutely magical experience for the kids, but remember: you’re on vacation too. This is your time to have fun and relax as well. If you’re a Disney junkie and would prefer to spend every day at the parks, by all means, go for it! But if you want to read a book by the pool and catch some rays, go on a relaxing fishing trip or do a little shopping atOrlando’s famous outlets, don’t hesitate to put Disney on hold for a day or two. The kids will understand. And if they don’t…no Mickey Mouse ice cream sandwiches!


Once you’ve had your fill of Mom and Dad-friendly activities, go watch your kids meet Mickey Mouse, Cinderella and Goofy for the first time, and take some unforgettable photos.


Remember the big picture.

At the end of the day, vacations are about enjoying each other’s company. Our schedules are busy, and it’s not every day we get to spend so much time with our children or our significant others. Enjoy your time together, make some funny memories, and always remember: if family didn’t get on our nerves from time to time, they wouldn’t be family!


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