Snag a Deal on Your Next Disney Vacation

More magic for less money

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Looking to score a great deal on a Disney vacation? Here’s a selection of handpicked special offers that are currently available at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and Aulani, Disney’s Hawaiian resort.

Note that timing is very important. If affordability is a high priority, it's also handy to know when are the least expensive times to visit Disney World and the other Disney vacation options.

This page is updated regularly, so check back often.

Walt Disney World: Orlando, Florida
Save up to 20 percent on select Disney resort stays in fall 2017.
Travel window: Good most nights Oct 8-Dec 24, 2017.
Book by: Oct 7, 2017

Family of 4 package: 4-day/4-night stay plus park tickets, starts at $1,942.
Travel window: Good most weekday nights Oct 9-Dec 14, 2017.
Book by: Oct 7, 2017

Family of 3 package: 3-day/2-night stay plus park tickets, starts at $977.
Travel window: Good most weekday nights Oct 9-Dec 14, 2017
Book by: Oct 7, 2017

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Disneyland Resort: Anaheim, California
Save up to 30 percent on a late-summer stay.
Travel window:  Aug. 6-Sept. 28, 2017
Book by: Sept. 28, 2017

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Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa: Oahu, Hawaii
Save up to 30 percent on 4-night stays. 
Travel window: Aug. 20-Dec. 21, 2017
Book by: Oct. 24, 2017

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Disney Cruise Line
Lower rates on select sailings out of Miami and Port Canaveral. See special offers.
Travel window: Select sailings
Book by: See details of offer

More Ways to Save on a Disney Vacation

Choose a budget-friendly hotel. Choose any of the hotels in Disney's value category or stay at Disney's campground.

No matter which property you choose, you'll get the same resort benefits as you would at the pricier hotels at Disney World, but at a fraction of the cost.

Stay longer. It may seem counterintuitive, but you can get more value out of your vacation if you stay longer. For one thing, Disney World is a big place—about twice the size of Manhattan—so it's impossible to see more than a sliver of it in a couple of days. Second, consider ticket prices. A one-day Disney World park ticket costs about $100 for adults and kids 10 and up. Afterward, the per-day ticket price begins to fall, with the biggest drops happening after the third day. Your fourth-day admission costs 25 percent less than the first day's admission, the fifth day costs 40 percent less, and so on. Staying longer allows you to slow down and stop rushing.

Take advantage of free fun. Don't buy theme park tickets for your arrival and departure days. Instead, take advantage of the many ways to have free fun around the Disney World resorts. Likewise, consider skimming back on theme park days in favor of a day filled with more low-key fun. Here are many favorite ways to have fun at Disney World that don't require a theme park ticket.