Disney Savings Plan – Saving $5,000 in 52 Weeks
It is time to take action and start saving for Disney! This Disney savings plan will help you save $5,000 in 52 weeks.
Disney Savings Plan
We have come up with a savings plan and will be posting ways to achieve those savings each week in our new Facebook group so make sure you join.
Disney seems out of reach for families that live paycheck-to-paycheck. That is why our plan involves ways to find and earn extra money. That way your Disney vacation is not coming out of your check and daily expenses. We explain this more in our new eBook.
An average Disney vacation costs around $5,000. We spent $4,000 last time just to give you an idea. This includes Disney resort, dining plan, Memory Maker, but does not include plane tickets because we drove. Everyone’s budget, cost, and where they are at in their savings will be different, but we can still come together to achieve our goal.
A lot of savings plans start with a small number and then slowly increase over time. That just doesn’t seem doable for a lot of families. Our plan moves up and down over time so if you miss a goal one week, it will not seem impossible to get back on tract. That is why you see a +/- column.
Some weeks you can easily achieve your goal and even a little extra. Some weeks life happens and the goal isn’t quite reached. That is okay. Don’t beat yourself up over it. You will still get there.
By the fourth week you will have enough to book your vacation. Save a little money by purchasing Disney gift cards to pay your deposit. You can get a $100 gift card for $95.99 from BJ’s Wholesale. Plus sign up for Ebates if you haven’t already. You will get 1% cash back from Ebates. If you sign up with my referral link, you can get an extra $10 just for signing up! Click HERE.
Make sure you go right now and join our new group, How to Save Money for Disney – Tips and Tricks from Paper Angels, to get all the latest tips and money making opportunities.
A goal is much easier to achieve when you have a support system to back you up.
Beth is a stay-at-home homeschooling mom and photographer. She spends her days coming up with creative ways to inspire and teach her two oldest kids. Let’s be honest though, a big part of the day is spent chasing after the smallest one. She hopes to spread goodness and magic with her DIYs, recipes, and tips. Follow her on Instagram @PaperAngelsPhotos