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We recently visited Disney World for six days and five nights. The happiest place on earth, or as some like the call it the most expensive place on earth. It was a trip to celebrate our son and daughter turning eighteen. If you have been a reading of the blog for a while you might recall we took them on a trip when they turned sixteen.
We are really setting the stage for our youngest son who will be fifteen this coming summer. We certainly value travel and family experiences over a big party. These family memories are invaluable, and will be talked about for years to come.
When you consider the cost of a family of five travel anywhere it can get expensive quickly. So, we are always on the looking for the best ways to reduce cost. Brad at Richmond Savers has an amazing Disney guide which we used to help cut our travel cost.
Now the methods we used involved several credit cards, so if you are averse to using them you might want to stop right here, but they are the basis for many good travel hacks.
The best travel hacking advice I’ve received is to deceived on the types of trips, destinations, airlines you plan on using and then target the credits cards that will maximize the saving towards them.