1. Free entry to Walt Disney World on your birthday 2009: All you have to do is sign up for free online and they will send you a reminder two weeks before your birthday. You bring this certificate and proper ID to get your entry for free. Free admission only applies to the birthday, one park.
2. Buy 4 nights and get 3 free: The Walt Disney Resort offers 4 nights' purchase and get 3 free. It also includes 7 amusement park tickets. This offer is available on most nights from 03/17 to 04/04, and from 04/19 to 08/15. If you travel between 03/17 and 03/29/09, you will receive a $ 200 Disney gift card. All tickets must be booked by 03/29/09.
3. Walt Disney Worldwide Resorts: For lower cost at the value sites, you can still enjoy some of the benefits of a Disney hotel stay, with free airport shuttle, enjoy extended theme park amusement every day exclusively for Disney resort customers, Free shuttles to all theme and water parks, enjoy parental leave while kids 4-12 supervise the game by Disney staff at the resort. Rooms start at $ 82 per night plus tax, for most nights of the value season, up to 4 guests per room, with no more than 2 adults.
4. Orlando Magic Card: This is offered through the Orlando / Orange County Conference & Visitors Bureau. You sign up for free and print a ticket. With the card, you can start saving immediately on accommodations, attractions, food, golf, vacation rentals and transportation. Some savings examples: 20% off admission to Gatorland for up to 6 people, $ 5 off a $ 30 food bill, $ 10 off ticket price for shows from the Florida Ballet Academy Center, & # 39 ;.
5. Go Orlando Ticket: If you plan to stay 3 days or more and want to visit many other attractions in addition to theme parks, this ticket is worth it. The option is to buy a 3, 5 or 7 day ticket. Starting at the discounted online price of $ 139.99 for adults, and $ 118.99 for children (3-12), for a 3-day ticket, you can visit all 50 Orlando locations. Some of the attractions are: Cypress Gardens Adventure Park, Ripley's Believe it or Not, Center Space Kennedy, Adventure Wet & Wild, Adventure Pirate's Dinner, etc.
6. Kids Eat a Free Card: Each ticket costs a fixed price of $ 19.99. One child, under the age of 11, receives a free meal ticket for every full-priced adult meal purchased at over 50 restaurants in Orlando. If you buy an Orlando ticket, one free children's eat card is included in each ticket. The attacker expires 90 days after the first use.
7. Coupons: As you plan this trip, be sure to check out soda cans, grocery store programs, cereal boxes, occasionally you will find different offers, and discounts on Disney ticket prices. Disney Rewards Visa card members can enjoy various benefits and discounts at theme parks. AAA members also receive discounts.
8. Florida Residents: If you are a Florida resident and can present a valid ID, with proof of residency, you can get different discounts at many attractions, hotels, etc. You must ask if they are offering discounts to the resident before purchasing tickets.
9. Drinking: While the parks allow bottled water and soda, they do not allow any kind of coolers, glass bottles or alcoholic beverages. You can refill these bottles or buy a refillable insulated bottle. Otherwise you'll pay $ 3 for bottled water, which can add up to a lot, when you have to stay moist all day.
10. Food: Some parks have fruit stands where you can get an apple or banana for $ 1. Try to avoid breakfasts with character, they are quite expensive. Children already have a full day of excitement and adventure in the park, so it's better to have a calmer, quieter breakfast. Instead, plan to meet the characters in the park, the hours and locations where the characters will be stationed are displayed throughout the park. If you do want to eat at one of the nice Disney restaurants, we plan to have lunch which is much cheaper and not dinner. Also, some Orlando McDonald's offer a free children's meal with a full-price regular meal purchase.