Ok so when we went last year as 3 adults and stayed where you stayed and went to where you are going I took £1000 spending.All the Disney parks, universal and legoland. We’re also going to the Kennedy space centre. How much spending money do you think were likely to need?
All the Disney parks, universal and legoland. We’re also going to the Kennedy space centre. How much spending money do you think were likely to need?
Quick service Theme park food average $15 per adult meal and $8 per child plus sales tax(I think sales tax is 6%). No idea about eating outside of theme parks. Merchandise is expensive, however, you can pick up stuff cheaper at Orlando Premium Outlets as Disney and Universal have stores there.
One tip, which is not for everyone is I also pack a few Disney bits from Primark, pound shop etc to give to the kids as new while there. Things like Minnie mouse ears you can get for £3 from Primark($25 at Disney), colouring stuff from the pound shop, Primark even have Mickey cuddle toys which are much cheaper than Disney world ones. They still get $100 to spend but that doesn't go far.
I can only speak for myself but.. if i was going florida, i'd pay like to my respects to xxxtentacion at his gravesite.We've just been gifted some Thomas Cook vouchers so going to use them as a deposit for a holiday to Florida. Any recommendations? Where is best to stay? Shall we book park tickets with the holiday or buy them separately?When's the best time to visit?
do people not like spending the $25 because they want to feel they got something with a DisneyParks label on it instead of Primark
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