How to Save $500 on Your 2018 Disney Vacation

Don’t want to break the bank for Disney World? Play, Stay, and Dine 2018 will save you up to $500 on your next trip!

2018 never looked so good for a Disney vacation. There’s going to be a lot of changes to the World next year and, as it turns out, major savings too! Disney’s Play, Stay, Dine package includes tickets, hotel, and dining for a family of four for 6 days and 5 nights.

Here are the rules:

1. You have to book a trip between January 1, 2018 and March 10, 2018

It’s a bit soon, I know, but there’s no way around this one.

2. You have to book by December 22, 2017

Time’s ticking, and there’s not an unlimited amount of rooms. If you want this deal, you’ve got to jump on it!

3. If you want the regular Disney Dining Plan, you have to be at a Moderate, Deluxe, or Deluxe Villa Resort

The complete list of approved Moderate, Deluxe, and Deluxe Villa resorts can be found on Disney’s website.

4. If you don’t mind the Quick-Service Dining Plan, stay at select Value resorts

Unfortunately, this doesn’t include All-Star Movies, or the Little Mermaid rooms at Art of Animation.

5. The deal covers tickets for a family of four

This means two adults , one junior between 10 and 17, and one child between 3 and 9. You can combine small families. As long as you fit under those family guidelines, you’re good.

This deal can save you up to $500! As someone staying 6 nights and 7 days at Disney with a dining plan, I highly recommend taking advantage of this deal. Any Disney Dining Plan option for a family of four runs close to, if not over, $500 since the 2018 price increase.

Staying and Dining at Disney grants you peace of mind in regards to transportation and money spent on food and snacks. Playing will be much more enjoyable between January and March because it’s often a time for low crowds.

This deal only comes around once a year. Want my advice? If you’re planning a trip soon, go next year and take advantage of Play, Stay, Dine 2018!

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