I’m so thrilled to share the news: the 2020 edition of my Disney World Hacks book is now available! You can order it via this link.
The #1 topic I get asked about, both on and offline,is how to successfully plan a Disney World trip. I’ve taken all of my best Disney World tips and tricks and complied them in an easy to use reference guide.
Ask most travel hackers about Disney trips and you will get a blank stare. Hacking a Disney vacation is supposed to be notoriously difficult. However, as Walt put it himself, “it is kind of fun to do the impossible!”
Here at The Deal Mommy I have spent years planning and helping others plan Disney vacations. I’ve seen Disney planning questions on Google lead to my answers. Along the way, I have learned a thing or ten about how to maximize the fun and minimize the expense.
Disney World Hacks covers topics including:
- 13 Disney World Resorts you should avoid
- 9 restaurants- that don’t need reservations- that should be on your short list
- 4 questions you should ask before you go
- 3 Disney World resort hacks will save you thousands
- 2 secret Disney World outlets
- The Disney World meal that comes with free childcare
Learn all of this and much more with Disney World Hacks.
Note that the book is not a miles/points guide to Disney World. The vast majority of points bloggers will tell you to stay at the Swan/Dolphin, for instance. I will tell you just the opposite.
The paperback costs a very reasonable $9.39 and can be ordered via this link. You can also find the Kindle version on Amazon for just $5.99. Even better, you can borrow it for free with Kindle Unlimited. The tips within should save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. They will also save countless hours both before and during your vacation.
I also run a Facebook Group dedicated to all things Disney. Join in the fun at Disney World Hacks on Facebook.
Once you have read the book, please leave a review. Word of mouth is the best recommendation. I can’t wait to hear from you!
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Hi, I downloaded the book with my kindle unlimited membership. The book is simple to read and we’ll organized but the links are not working,
Thanks for letting me know. I’ll take a look and get it fixed.