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By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2020, the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever.

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The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit, Chapter 8



By Dave Shute

Chapter 8 of The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit (now available on Kindle!) covers “Which Tickets to Buy and What to Budget.”

(I’ve previously published an introduction to the easy Guide, and discussed Chapter 1,  Chapter 2,  Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5Chapter 6 and Chapter 7.)

Chapter 8 of The easy Guide
Most first-timers do just fine with standard Magic Your Way tickets, with no add-ons. But we also cover the add-ons, their prices, and when and when not they might be useful.

Helping people sort out what to budget is much more complicated, as it varies by group size, ages, length of stay, timing within Disney’s price seasons, and, most importantly, which hotel price class. But we do our best…

We also present some thoughts on saving money–and on spending even more!

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