Of course you do not want to overpay for your Walt Disney World vacation. If you didn’t care about keeping costs down, you probably would not be reading this. I would like to tell you about a great website that is filled with information and tips. I am talking about MouseSavers.com.
I have been recommending MouseSavers.com to family and friends for years. I am in no way associated with the site, and I don’t know anyone who is. That said, it is chock full of helpful information. You can learn about current deals and offers, off-property hotels, tickets, and other area attractions. These are just a few of the topics that are hit upon.
If you’re looking to save money on tickets, sign up for the monthly MouseSavers.com email newsletter. They won’t spam you, I promise. The regular newsletter comes out on the 15th of each month. You can learn about the latest deals and what is going on at the parks, but that is not the only reason to sign up. Each month there is also a link to a special ticket price from Undercover Tourist. (They are another company that I recommend.) The monthly deal is supposed to be cheaper than the normal deal, although quite honestly I have not checked. I do have a friend who booked her family’s tickets through the link and saved over $100 from the regular Walt Disney World ticket prices.
Even though the regular newsletter comes monthly, there could be other deals during the month. Many of these are deals for off property hotels. There aren’t many of these emails during the month, maybe two or three tops. These deals are worth checking out.
While most of the information on MouseSavers.com is for Walt Disney World, there is information on the other area theme parks. If you’re planning a trip to Disneyland or hoping to take a cruise through Disney Cruise Line, you’ll find information on those as well.
It’s always nice to be able to save a few dollars, and MouseSavers.com might be able to help you to do just that. You are bound to find plenty of interesting information on the site. A word of warning, you might spend more time on the site than you had planned. While I was writing this I stopped for a few minutes to read up on transportation from LAX to Disneyland. You never know when that information will come in handy.