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The Disney Savings Account: Is There a Better Way to Save for Your Dream Vacation?

While there’s no denying that Disney vacations are expensive, there are plenty of ways to save money on your trip. Stay in an off-site condo instead of a hotel, for example, and you can make your own meals while scoring a lower nightly rate. Use credit card rewards to book your hotel or flights, and you can whittle down the costs of your trip tremendously. Visit the park for multiple days and your average daily cost for park tickets will plummet.
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