Saturday, January 19, 2008

You Don t Have To Spend A Fortune To Go To Disney

You Don t Have To Spend A Fortune To Go To Disney Going to Disney World is the dream of millions of people. I remember the first time that I went to Disney, I wasn t little. I was actually seventeen years old and it was a dream come true. At the time I was living in New York and my family was not very familiar with Florida. Going to Disney was pretty much out of the picture for us. We didn t have the income to spend a fortune at Disney, we thought. One of my close friends decided to move to Florida and began to work in Disney. As an employee he received a certain amount of tickets that he was able to give away and he gave it to my family. That was the first time that I went to Disney. A year later my family and I moved to Florida. I have been living in Florida for the last six years and one thing that I have learned is that you don t have to spend so much money to go to Disney. I have family that come to Florida every year and they stay at a timeshare resort near Disney every year. Maintenance fees alone for the resorts range from $200 and up. Many others spend over $200 per day to stay on Disney resorts. Disney has deluxe resorts going for $2,700 for six days and 7 nights. That is $215 per day. That s not counting the plane tickets, food, gifts, and Disney tickets for the whole family. No wonder I thought it was impossible to go to Disney. There are millions of people that think that you have to spend this kind of money to stay at resorts near Disney. If you have income to spare, it s okay, but for those who don t have so much income spending this kind of money will have them waiting ten more years to go on another vacation. I am currently focusing on helping people stay near Disney resorts that go for as low $37 per day. These are not Disney resorts but they are just as near to Disney as their own resorts and many of them are 5 star resorts. Purchasing a timeshare, staying at Disney resorts, staying at a motel, and staying at a hotel is not the most economic way to stay near Disney. Timeshares have yearly fees, maintenance fees, and exchange fees that you have to pay every year. Disney resort prices are out of control. The most economic way to stay at resorts near Disney is by joining a private travel membership that has resorts priced at wholesale prices. This particular membership requires customers to pay a one time fee of $2,995 that is good for the rest of their life. Members never have to pay maintenance fees, yearly fees, or exchange fees. This membership not only has resorts near Disney, they have resorts worldwide. Unlike a timeshare you can travel the whole world and never pay more than $100 a day to stay at 4 and 5 star resorts. There is a special section in the membership that has all resorts priced at 37 dollars a day. The last time that I logged into the membership there were about 5 of these resorts within a few miles near Disney. These packages are for 8 days and 7 nights. That is $298 for the whole week. That s a pretty good way to save a couple thousand dollars on your Disney vacations. Members receive three guest passes per year that they can give to friends and family and even get deals for cruises starting at $190. If you want to go to Disney every year or take a vacation to different locations world wide every year, this is a great option. Sure, you would have to pay a one time fee of $2,995 but the membership is good for the rest of your life. Some Disney resorts will charge you over $2,000 for a few days in their resorts every year. Another thing to keep in mind is that Florida is famous for being a tourist state. You can buy Disney gifts every where. It doesn t have to be in Disney. This alone can save you a couple of hundred dollars. If you have never gone to Disney and you think that you have to spend a fortune, cheer up, it s not that bad if you do your research and use some of the options that I mentioned. Benjamin Scott helps people find wholesale resorts near Disney by offering access to a private travel membership. For more information on this membership visit his blog at:

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