2/28/2018 • Tips, Walt Disney World •
Heading to Disney and on a budget? Not a problem. I’ve got a few tips and tricks this month that will help your dollar stretch a little farther so you can splurge on the Rose Gold Minnie Mouse Ears you’ve been eyeing. 1. Get a kid’s meal instead of an adult one at the quick service restaurants. Not only are the kid’s meals inexpensive, but they also provide just enough food so that you won’t have leftovers that you either have to throw away or figure out where to store them on your next ride. Plus, it never hurts leaving a little room for a Dole Whip. 2. Bring your own snacks and even lunch into the park. Disney permits a small cooler, no larger than 24” X 15” X 18” which is perfect for some PB and J sandwiches. Other items like apples and trail mix also travel really […]
6/19/2015 • Disneyland, Walt Disney World •
Disney Gift Card Balance Tracking Made Easy When I travel to any Disney destination, I usually come with a handful of Disney gift cards. My only issue was being able to conveniently track the balance on each one. I used to use a Sharpie with a trail of hard-to-read writing and scratch outs, but on my most recent trip, I discovered the efficiency of the Disney gift card app. After downloading the app to my iPhone free from iTunes, I loaded each card I had purchased and selected an image to represent each card. You will need the card label number (at the top of your gift card), the card number (the 16 digit code) and the card PIN (security code) to load a gift card. Keep loading any additional cards and it will list them all on your screen with the balance on each one. Once all your cards are loaded, it’s time […]
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