10 ways to save money in Disney World and Orlando

1. Walt Disney World free entry to your birthday 2009: All you have to do is sign up for free online and a reminder will be sent to you 2 weeks before your birthday. You will send this confirmation and the appropriate ID card for free entry. Free admission applies only to the birthday party, one park.

2. Buy 4 Nights and Get 3 Free: Walt Disney World Resort Buy 4 Nights and Get 3 Free. This includes a 7 day theme park ticket. This offer is available most nights from 17/17 to 04/04 and 19/19/15/15. If you travel from 17/17 to 29/29, you will receive a $ 200 Disney gift card. All tickets must be booked by March 29, 2009.

3. Walt Disney World Value Resorts: For more affordable resorts, you can continue to enjoy the benefits of staying at Disney Resort, with free shuttle service to and from the airport, and spending more time each day at an amusement park exclusively for Disney. Customers of the resort, with free shuttle to all theme parks and water parks, can enjoy their parents' night, while children ages 4 to 12 supervise Disney Cast play at the resort. Rooms start at $ 82 per night, with tax, for most seasons per night, up to 4 guests in the room, up to 2 adults.

4. Orlando Magic Card: This is offered by the Orlando / Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Register for free and print a card. Save money on accommodation, attractions, meals, golf, vacation rentals and transportation right away. Some examples of savings: 20% off Gatorland admission for up to 6 people, $ 5 off on a $ 30 food bill, $ 10 off on a ticket to Central Florida Ballet Academy shows and more.

5. Go Orlando Card: If you plan on staying 3 or more and want to visit many attractions other than theme parks, this card is worth it. It is possible to buy a 3, 5 or 7 day card. At a discounted price online, $ 1399.99 for adults and $ 1199.99 per child (3-12 years) can be found at any of Orlando's 50 locations. Some examples of attractions include Cypress Gardens, Ripley's Believe it or Not, Kennedy Space Center, Wet's Wild Adventure, Pirate's Dinner Adventure, and more.

6. Kids Eat Free Cards: Each card comes with a flat fee of up to $ 19.99. Children under the age of 11 receive free meals for each card after every 1 adult meal at more than 50 Orlando restaurants. When you buy a Go Orlando card, 1 child eats a free card for each card. The card expires 90 days after first use.

7. Coupons: While planning this trip, be sure to check canned soda, grocery programs, cereal boxes, and occasionally find different deals and discounts on Disney tickets. Disney Rewards Visa Card members enjoy various discounts and discounts at theme parks. AAA members also get discounts.

8. Residents of Florida: If you are a resident of Florida and can present a valid ID card, you can get a number of points of interest, hotels, etc. with your ID card. tickets.

9. Drink: Parks allow you to bring bottled water and soda, but do not allow any type of fridge, glass and alcoholic beverages. Fill these bottles or buy refillable insulated bottles. Otherwise, you pay $ 3 for bottled water, which can make a big difference if you need to stay hydrated throughout the day.

10. Food: Some parks have fruit stands where you can get apples or bananas for $ 1. Try to avoid a characterful breakfast, they are quite expensive. Kids have a full day of excitement and adventure in the park, so it's better to have a quieter and quieter breakfast. Instead, he plans to meet the characters in the park, the time and place of the characters being sent throughout the park. If you want to eat at one of the beautiful Disney restaurants, plan to eat lunch, which is much cheaper than dinner. Some Orlando McDonald's offer 1 free meal for 1 child with a regular meal.