Budget Disney World Vacation Food Tips & In-Park Accommodation Report Launched

Baby Savers has launched a new report on how to plan an affordable Disney World vacation that doesn’t break the bank. It offers tips and insight into accommodations, food, tickets and more.

Baby Savers, a site dedicated to saving moms one day and one idea at a time, has launched a new report covering Disney vacations and how to afford them. For many families, a Disney trip feels like a luxury they can’t afford, but the article breaks down how to plan and arrange a trip on a budget.


For more information please visit the website here: http://babysavers.com


Baby Savers was launched by Marybeth Hamilton in 2008 as a way to provide moms with information, advice and guidance as well as entertaining and interesting reads.


The focus has always been on helping moms to save money, because when Marybeth had her own child, she found out that despite everything she read, having a baby wasn’t as expensive as she expected.


Yet many families feel that they can’t afford to live well, and most describe having children as expensive. Marybeth Hamilton posts regular articles which aim to help moms spend well, save money, and live life to the fullest.


Popular articles include Potty training at 18 months, DIY homemade bubbles, how to make a LEGO cake, and DIY diaper cakes. Now she is helping moms and families to plan their Disney vacation with ease.


The new report is called “How to Plan a Disney World Vacation Without Breaking the Bank.” It highlights the top three expenses when visiting Disney World, which are the hotel accommodations, the tickets themselves, meals, and transportation.


It then covers how to save the most money on each aspect of those elements when planning a Disney vacation. This allows parents to reduce the overall cost and make the vacation idea easier to attain.


The report says that there are budget options available when staying within the Disney World park. These are called Value Hotels, and are slightly farther from the parks, but help to accumulate savings.


Options are also provided to buy tickets on a budget, including sites like Undercover Tourist. The article also highlights some of the ways to eat on a budget, including finding hotels that offer complimentary breakfast, and the benefits of packing snacks before setting off.


Those wishing to find out more can visit the Baby Savers website on the link provided above.

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