In the present economy we are generally looking for ways to save cash. But we do not choose to give up our much desired holidays both. So I’ve compiled a listing of ways to save money when traveling to a concept park!arung jeram dufan
Below are a few methods that we help save revenue when heading to a theme park for your day:
Save $$ on Food/Drinks
•Pack your own personal lunch! Most parks now will permit you to provide in your possess food items so double check initially. I am aware at Disney & Sea World you can bring your personal foodstuff. Especially since my son has food allergies.
•Bring your own private drinks- or a cup for water! Beverages can easily cost $3-7 depending on what sort of cup you get. Most places will put ice & water inside your cup for you.
•If it’s a theme park you will visit more than once, consider ‘investing’ in their drink cups or popcorn buckets- refills are usually extremely cheap. We have cups & popcorn bucket for Sea World & refills are $.99 each as opposed to $3-7!
Help save $$ on Parking
•Look for free parking. Parking can be quite expensive- running about $15 a park. Consider carpooling. Find out whether there is another lot where you can park and take a shuttle over. (Downtown Disney offers free parking, and you can hop on the Disney bus for free and go to any of the theme parks from there.)
•If you are going to a theme park that has liscenced characters (like Disney, Universal, Sea World, etc.) buy items beforehand at a retail store. Your kids won’t care! I have seen ALL sorts of Disney character toys and books at the Dollar Tree for a buck- at Disney, the same item would cost $5 or more! Want a shirt? Buy it at Walmart or Target or online BEFORE heading to the topic park. Present it as a gift to the kids the morning of the trip. Signature books- look for them online, or have the kids make their own special book for that characters to sign. Buy a large present before the trip, and tell the kids when they get home that Tinkerbell, Lightning McQueen, Mickey, or whoever left a gift at home for them. Consider buying items that are related to the park but not actually from there. For example-if you’re going to Sea World, instead of buying a $20 Shamu plush, buy your kid a killer whale or dolphin plush from Toys R Us or Walmart for $5 beforehand. Get creative!
•Give each child a certain amount of income. Tell them that is their spending funds and once it’s gone that’s it! You don’t overspend and it teaches your child the value of money- even if they are little.