Does Disney Ultimate Savings Guide Really Work or Is it a Scam? Here is a review of Beth Haworth's Program:
For most children—and even some adults—Disney World is an absolute dream destination promising a day (or more) full of all sorts of wonders. The only problem (for the adults that is) can be the cost. By the time you add up the cost of airfare (or gas), tickets, passes, food and hotel rooms, you’re looking at a pretty penny to say the least.
But don’t worry; you won’t have to take out a second mortgage on your house to go to Disney World if you pick up the Ultimate Disney World Savings Guide written by ex-Disney employee Beth Haworth. Beth knows Disney World like the back of her hand, and has packed the guide full of savings opportunities on all of the above mentioned expenses. Her guide is inexpensive to purchase, and will pay for itself many times over with one trip to the park. She’ll show you how you can save hundreds on Disney passes alone.
Details of the Savings Opportunities in the Ultimate Disney World Savings Guide
The Ultimate Disney World Savings Guide will help you put a huge dent in the cost of your trip. Here are some of the savings opportunities you’ll be privy to when you own this wonderful guide:
You’ll be able to get discounted premium reservations at some of the top Disney resorts including:
- The Grand Floridian
- Disney's Boardwalk
- Animal Kingdom Lodge
- Disney's Polynesian Resort
- Tree House Villas.
The guide includes lots of tips for cheap eats. You’ll learn how to get full meals for just a couple dollars per person along with other tips for eating on a shoestring budget while you’re at the park.
Get discounts on Disney's Magical Express service, which allows you to check your bags at the airport you depart from and have them waiting for you in your hotel room.
Learn where you can buy authentic Disney souvenirs for a fraction of the normal price so you can bring keepsakes back for everyone without being gouged on the price.
Disney tickets are not cheap! The advice in this guide will show you how you can get big time discounts on tickets—even get them for free!
The Real Proof
This all sounds great, but I put the guide to the test to see if it really lived up to the hype. I followed the advice offered by Beth Haworth to see how much I could really save. I live only 90 miles from Disney World, so I didn’t use any of the tips for cheaper airfare, but I did use the guide to save on admission, hotel and food costs.
First on my list was the hotel. I really wanted a hotel room on the Disney property to avoid the cost and inconvenience of parking every day. Using the guide, I was able to find exactly what I was looking for and save 40% off of the normal rate. The room was nice, and there was a free shuttle that took us to the park in less than 10 minutes!
Tickets for the park were the next items on the list. I was with my husband and our three children, so the price of admission would have been pretty steep if we paid full price. Following the tips in the guide we were able to purchase two day passes for all five of us for $184 less than they would have normally cost. Needless to say, we were pretty excited about that.
Item number three on the list was food. We knew food for a hungry group of 5 would have been a pretty penny if we paid full price, so we were really hoping the guide would come through here. It turns out we were able to purchase meal plans for our entire time in the park for a 33% discount, which saved us well over $100, and we certainly didn’t go hungry.
Overall my husband and I were quite pleased with how much we were able to save. Taking three kids anywhere is an expense, and thanks to the guide we were able to literally save hundreds of dollars on our trip without sacrificing one bit in terms of quality. The kids were ecstatic the whole time, and it was one of our most memorable vacations to date.