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The Tightwad’s Guide to Which Night to Check in at Walt Disney World



By Dave Shute

(This page is part of the series The Tightwad’s Guide to Walt Disney World)

THE CHEAPEST NIGHT OF THE WEEK TO CHECK IN AT WALT DISNEY WORLD

Carl at Dad’s Guide to WDW has a great post here on which night to check in most weeks to make your total hotel bill the lowest.

Carl’s suggestion works most weeks, unless, as he notes, your trip is exactly seven nights long, or a multiple of 7,  such as 63 nights.

I don’t follow his approach on this site’s itineraries, as they are designed to fit into a full, 9 day “week off of work,” and no more, but if you have flexibility to spread over two weeks, or are going for a shorter trip, check out Carl’s post!

Note, however, that when you go and where you stay are the key drivers of your trip cost, swamping any other effect, including which night you check in–see this for more.

That said, for almost any week, Carl’s suggestion may save you a few bucks more!

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