As you begin planning your Orlando vacation you’ll run into plenty of offers that claim to be amazing deals you won’t find anywhere else. While there are tons of ways to save on accommodations, park tickets, attractions, and more, there are also companies out there who claim to give you a great savings but really don’t. Let’s take a look at a few warning signs to look out for so you can be sure to get the best possible deal.
Check Discounts Thoroughly
The most important step is to check discounts thoroughly. For example, you’ll find discount tickets offered but in some cases they won’t be a discount at all. You may find booths near the parks that offer tickets that end up not being valid. The right choice is to go through a well-respected and reputable company who is clear about the price of their discount theme park tickets.
Consider the Drawbacks
If a deal seems too good to be true it probably is. You’ll find hotels that claim to be “within minutes” of the parks for less than $30 a night. While this may seem like a great deal, remember that “within minutes” can mean literally any number of minutes – it could be an hour away! Choose accommodations that give you specifics. For example, these vacation homes are within 15 minutes of the parks and start at just $99 a night. If they’re any further than that, you’ll find that the cost savings is likely not worth the hours you may spend commuting back and forth.
Don’t Be Fooled By Disney
Disney works hard to promote their all-inclusive packages – many of which include all your meals. While it may seem convenient to pay just one price for everything, don’t be fooled into thinking these are discounted packages. They are simply another way for them to keep you on their property as long as possible, and there are always considerably less expensive ways to tour Disney World than staying at Disney’s hotels.
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