Disney world budget for 2?
Hello, my husband and I are going to Disney world as our late honeymoon this month and I was wondering about how much money I should have saved up for a 4 day trip to Disney including food. Im not too worried about souvenirs because I only want one or two things myself and he does not shop much, so.... any ideas?
Edit: we’re driving, the tickets and resort are already paid for. We live 7 hours away so gas won’t be bad, I mostly meant food wise. I had gastric bypass surgery so I don’t eat a whole lot as well.
- PeriferalistLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
If you're eating off-property, maybe a few hundred dollars. Of course, with all of the lay-offs and business closings going on around here (I live in the Orlando area, so I know of what I write), you may be limited in your choice of restaurants.
- HerfnerdLv 72 months ago
Are you staying on Disney
property or off? Really depends on what type of meals you will be eating - counter or table service and how many meals in WDW
- CogitoLv 72 months ago
You need to work out how much fuel you'll need for the drive and add enough for your food (as you eat so little, you could get 'snacks', child's meals or just share with your husband) which you can estimate by searching online for menus and prices at all four parks).
This one is good.https://allears.net/dining/menu/You'll also need some money for extras like Minnie-Cabs, if you use them, and enough cash for tips.
Have a lovely time!
- Donnie PorkoLv 72 months ago
Assuming that you only budgeted for the plane trip and nothing else. At least 2000 for a package deal which includes hotel, food, and tickets to the parks. The fancier the resort, the more expensive it gets.
The resort is expensive but it’s more convenient since everything is nearby. You can go to the cafeteria if you want a late night snack or you can sit on a bench at night just to take in the fresh air. There are convenience stores if you need toothpaste or aspirin or a snack. You overpay but that’s common knowledge.
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- Comrade Lucas ☭Lv 52 months ago
Honestly you'd have to look into ticket prices yourself because they do vary, and I dunno where you live so I can't factor travel or hotel/resort stays into it. I can, however, give you this advice for saving money:
Do not buy ANYTHING at the park. Seriously. You're allowed to bring your own food and water, so absolutely do so. Get a bag, pack some sandwiches or whatever. Bring your own ponchos/umbrellas and whatever else you can think of. Nalgenes are your friends.
- RLv 42 months ago
That depends on where you stay and what type of meal plan you buy. Get with a Disney Travel Agent and they can help you.