When Disney raised the price of admission to Disneyland this past spring, I could almost hear an audible sigh rise up throughout the country. Really? Isn’t Disneyland expensive enough?
I feel your pain. Disneyland is my family’s favorite destination, and I’ve been lots and lots of times. Over 20 times, in fact. I’ve toured the Dream Suite (my brother’s family got to stay there one night). I’ve gone on the busiest days of the year, with both little kids and big kids in tow. We’ve flown in and driven, and stayed at all sorts of accommodations.
So in order to not go bankrupt during a Disneyland trip, I’ve honed my ninja cheapie skills to a sharp edge. And now, I’m passing along all my tricks to you.
This is the first post in my series on how to do Disneyland for cheap. By following my suggestions, you can save hundreds of dollars on your trip. Be sure to sign up for my newsletter so you don’t miss a single post! You can also bookmark this page and hit the links for the latest posts. I’ll be writing about:
- Getting to Disneyland for cheap
- Staying by Disneyland for cheap (Part 1 & 2)
- Buying tickets for cheap
- Making the most of your time in the park
- Eating on your vacation for cheap
- Buying souvenirs for cheap
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Works for Me Wednesday on Giving Up On Perfect
Thrifty Thursday at Living Well Spending Less
The Handmade Hangout at Too Much Time on My Hands
Link Party Palooza at Tatertots and Jello