Save those pennies for your next Disney vacation!
Want an easy way to plan and save for your next Disney vacation while earning some $$ to use on those souvenirs and extras? Consider a Disney Vacation Account.
This handy account allows you to set your budget and make automatic payments directly into your Disney Vacation Account from your debit or credit card on a weekly, every two weeks or monthly basis. You can save for trips up to five years ahead and there are no fees for the service.
The benefit of using this account is that it not only helps to effortlessly track your saving progress, but for every $1,000 you spend towards qualified vacation purchases prior to December 17, 2017, you will earn a $20 Disney gift card! Free money is always a good thing. Your account must be active for 120 days prior to your vacation in order to qualify for the gift card. You should order your cards at least 4-6 weeks prior to your vacation to allow time for delivery.
If you are still trying to decide what to do with that tax refund….think about a vacation of a lifetime at Walt Disney World Resort!
For more details on this convenient option click here.
Keep all of your information handy.
Planning for a Disney vacation has never been easier with the introduction of My Disney Experience online. Disney hotel information, Advance Dining Reservations and FastPasses can be added to the system. Using the phone app, guests can locate their vacation details effortlessly and conveniently while in the parks.
On top of keeping all of your information online, I highly recommend that you also keep a binder with the details of your trip. Within your binder, you can add information that you will need to successfully plan your upcoming vacation.
Our current binder has the following categories:
- Flight Information
- Hotel Reservations and Confirmation Number
- Disney Dining Reservations
- Grocery List
- Packing: To Buy List
You can select your own categories to meet the needs of your family. Some families opt to categorize per park or per day. I add to the binder as needed throughout the planning process and keep the information in plastic binder sleeves. When our vacation week arrives, I will simply staple the itineraries together, pack them in our carry on and leave the binder at home.
Planning made easy!
Do you use a binder for your vacation planning?