Tips For Saving At Disneyland

We took our two oldest grand daughters to Disneyland a little over a year ago. It was a dream come true. We stayed at a resort a couple miles away. They had a shuttle that ran to all the parks every day.


The resort was more like a condo with a complete kitchen, two bathrooms, and bunk beds for the girls. It was only around $100 a night.

We found the closest Walmart, and got snack and food for our dinners. We ate breakfast early, and then took the shuttle to the park of our choice. We took a back pack with snacks, and water. We went online and found the cheapest places to eat (best deals), and we ate lunch at the park. Then we would have a late dinner back at the condo.

There are also great souvenirs at Walmart, or shop the souvenir shops around where you are staying. Never buy at the parks, because they overcharge.

Hope this helps. Happy traveling!

By Mell from Traverse City, MI

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