19 Apr 2017

A Few Money Saving Tips When in Disneyland!

Disneyland is “the happiest place in the world” and there is no doubt about it. No matter what age you are, you will find something that will really make you forget all your worries just for one day and enjoy what the amusement park has to offer. There’s just something about the atmosphere that really puts you in a good mood. Whether you are young kids excited just for the thought of Disneyland, a group of friends who are enjoying the company of each other and riding the fun rides, or an adult wanting to feel nostalgic about their childhood, everyone has something for them waiting to be experienced only at Disneyland. But nowadays, it is getting more and more expensive just to get even one day passes. No worries, here are a few money saving tips when in Disneyland.

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Get those discount privileges.

There is absolutely no reason why you should not take advantage of what they are giving you. There are many different kinds of discounts that you can avail depending on the group that you belong to. If you are in the military, they have a discount for that which may significantly lower the price of the ticket. Other discount groups include company employees, members of the credit union, and even college students.

Invest on a Disneyland Pass.

Although two hundred bucks may be a little too steep for you, if you plan on going to Disneyland more than twice, you should really think about investing one. No matter how many times you go, you won’t run out of things to do. You can’t even enjoy all of the rides in just one day. Disneyland is one of those places that you can keep going back to and not get tired of seeing the same things. It is a worthy investment for those who have the time to visit more than twice or thrice in a year.

Bring you own stroller.

If you have a baby or a toddler that you want to bring, make the extra effort of bringing your own stroller. It may be a hassle to travel with it. But if you have a big enough vehicle, just bring it along. It costs around fifteen dollars a day to rent a stroller and they have limited access to places. You can’t even bring them to Downtown Disney because it is technically outside of the park. Just bring your own so that you won’t have to worry about getting places with your baby. It will save you a lot of money as well.