1. Free access to Walt Disney World on your 2009 birthday: all you have to do is register online for free, and they will send you a reminder two weeks before your birthday. You can bring this confirmation and correct ID to get free admission. Free admission applies only to a Christmas person, to one park.
2. Buy 4 Nights and Get 3 Free: Walt Disney World Resort offers 4 Nights Free. This also includes 7-day game tickets. This offer is available on most nights from 03/17 to 04/04 and from 04/19 to 08/15. If you travel between 03/17 and 03/29/09, you will receive a $ 200 Disney Gift Card. All tickets must be booked by 03/29/09.
3. Walt Disney World Value Resorts: For a lower cost at value resorts, you can still enjoy some of the benefits of staying at Disney Resort, with free transfers to / from the airport, enjoying long hours of theme park every day exclusively for Disney Resort customers enjoy, and free transportation For all the theme parks and amusement parks, spend an evening out while children between the ages of 4 and 12 supervise Disney's play at the resort. Rooms start at $ 82 per night plus tax, for most nights during the value season, for up to 4 guests per room, with no more than 2 adults.
4. Orlando Magic Card: This service is offered through the Orlando / Orange County Visitor Office and Visitors Bureau. You can register for free and print the card. With the card, you can immediately start providing accommodation, attractions, dining, golf, holiday rentals and transportation. Some examples of savings: 20% discount on Gatorland admission for up to 6 people, $ 5 for $ 30 of food bill, $ 10 of ticket price for offers from Central Florida Ballet Academy, etc.
5. Go to the Orlando Card: If you plan to stay for 3 days or more and want to visit many other attractions as well as amusement parks, this card is worth the effort. The option is to buy a card 3, 5 or 7 days. Starting at the discounted online price of $ 139.99 for adults and $ 118.99 per child (3-12), for a 3-day card, visit any of Orlando's 50 sites. Some examples of tourist attractions are: Cypress Gardens Adventure park, Ripley's Believe it or Not, Kennedy Space Center, Wet n 'Wild Adventure, Pirate's Dinner Adventure, etc.
6. Children eat free card: Each card costs a fixed rate of $ 19.99. One child under the age of 11 receives a free meal per card per adult meal purchased at more than 50 restaurants in Orlando. If you purchase a Go Orlando card, Kids Eat Free is included with each card. The card expires 90 days after first use.
7. Vouchers: While planning this trip, be sure to check the soft drink cans, grocery store programs and cereal boxes, and sometimes you'll find different offers and discounts on Disney ticket prices. Visa Disney Rewards members can enjoy various benefits and discounts at theme parks. AAA members also get some discounts.
8. Florida Residents: If you are a Florida resident and you can show a valid ID, with proof of your stay, you can get various discounts for many attractions, hotels, etc. You have to ask if they offer any discounts to residents before buying any tickets.
9. Drink: The gardens allow you to provide bottled water and soft drinks, but they do not allow any kind of coolers, bottles or alcoholic beverages. You can either refill these bottles or buy an insulated refillable bottle. Otherwise you'll pay $ 3 for bottled water, which can add up to a lot, when you have to stay hydrated all day.
10. Food: Some gardens have a fruit stand where you can get an apple or banana for $ 1. Try to avoid personal breakfasts, as they are expensive. Children already have a full day of excitement and adventure in the garden, so it's best to have a quieter and quieter breakfast. Instead, plan to meet the characters in the park, and the times and locations of posting characters throughout the park. If you want to eat at a nice Disney restaurant, plan for lunch which is much cheaper than dinner. Also, some Orlando McDonald's restaurants offer one free children's meal with the purchase of a regular full-price meal.