Looking at your budget and wondering how in the world you’re going to afford your upcoming trip to the most magical place on earth? We totally understand. Disney World is far from cheap, and for most people, this kind of trip takes months or even years of saving. That said, there are a few ways to save some money in Disney World. While none of these will make your vacation a wholly inexpensive one, they can help take off the edge.

7. Grab Discounted Gift Cards

Grabbing discounted gift cards can be a decent money saver. Sam’s Club occasionally offers packs of Disney gift cards at a slight discount, and Disney gift cards can also be bought from Target using a Redcard to receive 5% cash back. These can then be used to pay for tickets, hotel rooms, or food. Another option is to look for discounted Starbucks or Landry’s gift cards. Starbucks cards can often be found at a discount on Groupon, and Landry’s often offers cards on websites such as Swagbucks, which require you to take surveys and do other small tasks in order to earn points to purchase rewards. Starbucks cards can be used at the four Starbucks locations in the parks, and Landry’s gift cards can be used at Rainforest Cafe, Yak and Yeti, and T-Rex Cafe.

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