#2: Your Budget
It’s no secret that a Disney parks vacation is expensive. That said, there is no reason you can’t go in with a hard-set budget. In fact, we even recommend doing this in order to prevent buyer's remorse during the trip back home.
In order to set a reasonable budget, be sure to check out the prices of hotels in the area, as well as the cost of tickets. Take a look at restaurant menus and consider whether you will be bringing lunches from the hotel to the parks. Take all of these factors into consideration and build in a bit of wiggle room for emergencies.
Once your budget is set, stick to it. We promise you’ll be glad you did!