The Best Practices for Planning a Trip to Disney

7. Disney Gift Cards

Visit Disney Gift Cards and load a gift card of your choice with most any amount you’d like and it will be shipped to you in only a few business days. If you live near a Disney Store, you can also buy gift cards there. Target sells Disney gift cards, and if you’re a Target RedCard debit or credit card holder, you will get 5% off each card, which means that for every $100 you purchase in gift cards, you’ll only pay $95. Next, you need to purchase the items you’ll be packing in your park bag—rain ponchos, sunscreen, a reliable portable charger, an extra pair of socks for each member of your family, snacks, gum and other items you want to have on hand and at your disposal as you are exploring the parks.

8. Disney World Bucket List

If you’ve never been to Disney World, talk to your spouse and children about what they hope to experience. What shows do they want to see? Which attractions do they want to experience? Which desserts do they hope to try? Write them down on your Disney World bucket list so you have a tangible list of things that everyone wants to experience. And don’t forget to include yourself in that list too! And if you’ve been to the parks several times, make (or update) your Disney World bucket list so you always have in mind what you want to experience most.

9. Vacation Experience Of A Lifetime

All of your hard work in planning your trip is about to pay off in a big way! The better the planning, the more fun you’ll have! You’re about to embark on one of the most memorable experiences of a lifetime—one full of magic and fun! Congratulations!

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