What unexpected costs have you come up against?
yeah i get what you mean. You don't want to go all the way and live like some kind of pauper lolNone really. The insurance was more expensive than I had wanted but we needed a decent cover as my daughter's eye condition can be made worse by flying. It's more the fact that I'm used to all inclusive and have never had to budget for food and drink before. Plus my husband and daughter know how to shop and have big plans. But we've got a fairly decent amount saved so far. I think I'm over worrying but dont want to go all that way and run out of cash.
Good luck with getting the rides you want28th March! We've started writing our list now! So excited!
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Wana hear how right I was about the comfort suites when you get back!!!18 DAYS!!!!!! Not that we're counting or anything! Had a bit of a last minute panic when husband lost his passport as we were about to apply for ESTA's but found it and now all I need to do is make as much cash as I can before we go! Don't think I've ever been so active on the MBing!
Is £18 a day, per person, enough to enjoy it? It doesn't sound like much - especially as last time I bought a beer in the US I had to sell a kidney.Florida Folk!
With about 2 months to go i'm now starting to think about spending money.
Since this is the first time we are staying onsite at Disney and there is just 2 adults and we have free dining I'm thinking £500 will be enough for the 2 weeks.
We are on the free dining plan so nothing to pay for food and drink effectively except when we eat at universal or seaworldIs £18 a day, per person, enough to enjoy it? It doesn't sound like much - especially as last time I bought a beer in the US I had to sell a kidney.
Already paid for£500 is about $610
Seaworld is around $100 a ticket, so if you are planning on going there thats $200 gone. Universal studios another $100. Basically anything you do outside of Disney is soon going to add up.
aye, have to take a CC anyway as without one over there its a NIGHTMARE. Some places (petrol stations etc) just can't cope with UK debit cards at all!!Fair enough. All inclusive and tickets paid for sounds like you should be ok.
You can always take a card for any extra emergency spending.
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