A DISNEY travel expert has revealed her three tips for keeping costs down when visiting Disney World.
A trip to the Florida theme park is on the bucket-list for many Brits – but the cost can quickly rack up if you aren't careful.
Kari Becker is a Disney travel planner and has been to the park over 40 times, so knows a thing or two about how to cut out unnecessary fees when staying there.
She said: "As a travel planner at Marvelous Mouse Travels, my clients always ask how they can save money when traveling to Walt Disney World."
Thankfully, she says there are a few ways you can save money without sacrificing any fun.
In an article for Insider here are some of her top tips for saving money while enjoying the resort as much as possible.
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Order food to your hotel
One of the things guests spend most of their money on at Disney World is food, but there are ways around that.
Kari revealed that delivery services will actually bring food from supermarkets to the hotels, meaning guests can prepare their own lunches from their rooms.
She explained that "all Disney resort hotels have a small fridge" so guests can get food ordered and not worry about it going off.
Some resorts will charge to bring the food up to your room, but if you go down to collect it yourself, it won't cost any extra.
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Buy discounted gift cards
Discounted gift cards exist and can be used to pay for almost everything inside the park.
Kari said: "You can purchase discounted Disney gift cards in bulk at stores such as Target, Sam's Club, and BJ's.
"On our last trip, we saved over $300 (£266) just by buying discounted Disney gift cards."
Split meals/order from the kids menu
Another food-related way to save money is to split a main course, or order from the children's menu.
Kari explains that the meals are often big enough for two, while the children's portions can also sustain most people.
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