Tips for Disney World – How to Save Time, Money, Memories and More

Are you thinking about taking a family vacation to Disney World in Florida? Whether you’ve booked your trip already, or you’re just in the thinking about it stage I hope you’ll find the following tips for Disney World useful to help you save time, money, memories and more on your vacation!


These Disney World Tips are amazing - we're going to have so much fun on our vacation now!

Read the Rest of Our Disney Planning Secrets Series

We have a whole series of posts to help you Save Time, Money, Memories and More on Your Disney World Vacation - click on the links below to read them all. And don't forget to pin them for later.

  1. How to Save up to $4,500 to Pay for Your Disney Vacation in Just One Year
  2. How to Get Ridiculously Cheap Flights to Get You to Disney World
  3. Are Disney World Hotels Really Worth the Money, Or Just an Unnecessary Expense?
  4. How to Save Money on Your Disney World Tickets - Without Listening to BORING Timeshare Presentations!
  5. How to Save up to $200 on Your Disney World Hotel Room
  6. How to Plan Your Disney World Vacation Like a Pro - Part 1
  7. How to Plan Your Disney World Vacation Like a Pro - Part 2
  8. We Reveal How to Eat for Less on Your Disney World Vacation
  9. We Reveal the Secret to Making Dining Reservations at Disney World
  10. 3 Ways to Enjoy Disney World’s Fabulous Menus, Even if You Have Food Allergies
  11. Disney's Least Kept Secret: the Not So Secret Way to Avoid the Lines at Disney World
  12. Your Complete Guide to Securing the Best Seat for Disney World Fireworks and Attractions
  13. Revealed: The Secret to Getting Extra Interaction from Mickey Mouse and His Pals
  14. Revealed: The Secret Entrances to Disney World Parks That Will Give You A Head Start On the Crowds
  15. What to Do in Disney World When it Rains

~Clare – currently pinning to All Things Disney!.
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15 thoughts on “Tips for Disney World – How to Save Time, Money, Memories and More”

  1. It’s one of the things I love about Disney – we took a cooler to Busch Gardens once and they said we couldn’t take it in and pointed us to lockers outside the park – and we had to pay to leave it there!

  2. If we didn’t get free dining last time I definitely would have used a grocery delivery service to bring in sme pb&j sandwiches.

    The only thing I’m not sure about the annual pass thing – at over 600 a pop I don’t think that would pay unless we visited at least 2-3 times.

  3. Awesome tips!! I am amazed that people wear heels to Disney–ouch!! At which mile do you think they decide that heels were a bad idea?

  4. These are fantastic tips for anyone planning a trip to Disney! Thanks for sharing this resource!
    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  5. Hi Clare,
    Great post! I am pinning and sharing on FB & G+ because I think a lot of people don’t know about these tips. You certainly need to be organized and plan ahead if you want to get the most out of your Disney trip. Thanks for the good tips! ~Sheila

  6. My kids are obsessed with Disney! We were fortunate enough to land some VERY cheap tickets at a silent auction and went TWICE in 6 months. We can’t wait to go back. Hope to take some of these great tips with us. 🙂

  7. Good planning has been part of my enjoyment of both Disneyland and Disney World. Great tips! Not sure I agree with getting an annual pass as we found out both times it wouldn’t save us money unless we did actually go again. Another tip that was essential for us was to bring a hydration backpack. Purchasing water can get quite pricey and it was great to keep hydrated without fiddling with a water bottle. We just added some crystal light as we didn’t like the taste of the water.

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