When it comes to having fun at Disney World, there are two things you should know. One, it’s supposed to be fun, and two, you can save money while doing it if you prepare in advance and use the right tools. Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you have to give up any of the magic of your visit to the happiest place on Earth – instead, it just means planning ahead so that when you get there all you have to do is enjoy yourself! In this article we’ll show you how to make your time at Disney World more memorable and enjoyable by giving you our top tips!
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is one of the few all-inclusive resorts on property. It’s not very popular, but it is worth a visit if you’re looking to save some money or have a nice quiet vacation with your family. They have options to swim with dolphins and take a jet ski tour of Bay Lake – both fantastic experiences! I recommend eating at Calypso Cove Bar & Grill, their specialty restaurant.
Food comes next, and it’s fortunate because Disney restaurants allow months in advance reservations. When you arrive and discover that everything is reserved and your accommodation is ready for you, this will mean a lot. If there are some hard-to-get-into spots left (e.g., Chef Mickey), be sure to call the restaurant first thing in the morning and try to reserve a spot. We made that mistake when we arrived at Disney, so make sure you do all of this ahead of time!
We know it sounds crazy to make all these reservations ahead of time before you even get there, but they’ll be worth it!
You may use the FastPass+ card for up to three credits per group member each day to bypass lineups. Make a strategy for using the rides and attractions after researching them, and then reserve them in advance. Use the My Disney Experience app or visit a kiosk onsite to make your reservations. If you’re looking for an all-day experience, consider getting tickets that give you access to as many parks as possible on any given day (such as Park Hopper). Booking hotels near theme parks can also help cut down on travel time so you don’t have to worry about being too tired at the end of the day.