Y’all know I love a good Disney vacation, and in my opinion, you can never start too early to plan for one. I just came back from an anniversary trip there with my hubby, and we worked on it for months!
That being said, planning the trip itself can be a bit overwhelming – where to stay, what to see, how long to stay, and so on. In addition, a Disney trip can be a runaway train of expenses if you don’t go into it with a PLAN.
There are many resources out there now that can be very helpful in planning and in saving money. One that I have found to be spot-on is an eBook by TheDealMommy.com author, Dia Adams, entitled “Disney World Hacks”. I know Dia from my former days as a TravelingMOM.com writer, and she is a deal guru for sure!
Here is a little bit about Dia and her book:
“As the resident travel hacker at TravelingMom.com and on my own web site TheDealMommy.com, I have spent years planning and helping others plan Disney vacations. I’ve seen Disney planning questions on Google lead to my answers. Along the way, I have learned a thing or ten about how to maximize the fun and minimize the expense.
Disney World Hacks is for people who want to maximize their Disney World experience without emptying their pockets and spending hundreds of hours planning the trip. The book covers both planning and on-the-ground hacks that will save you time and money.
I am here to give you a ground level, no bull, action-oriented set of tips and tricks that will save you time and money on what can be the most stressful trip you might ever plan. The 114 pages in the book cover items that anyone can do without having to become fluent in Disney-speak.”
Dia has taken the guesswork out of saving money on your Disney trip! Here are some of the things that I found helpful from Disney World Hacks:
- This eBook is so easy to carry with you on your Kindle
- Page 63, “$12 hack for Getting the Best Disney World Resort Rooms” – I used this one to help score a room with a view at Old Key West for our 25th anniversary:
- She breaks down the best lodging options, whether to stay on or off property
- Dia dispels some of the myths and misinformation about Disney that is out there
- She also tackles whether or not to purchase park hoppers, parking hacks, and the real detail about the dining plan and if it is worth it to do so
If you want to have a manual from a Disney expert, you are definitely in good hands with Dia. Disney World Hacks is $9.95 and its well worth the money: Disney World Hacks: Proven Tips to Save Money on Your Disney Trip
The tips in the book will definitely help you to get a plan in place for your vacation to Disney. When is your next/first trip to Disney World? I would love for you to share in the comments below!