If you are like me, you’re either at a Disney Park or planning your next visit…and your pin buying. There are so many ways to spend money at Walt Disney World, but how about saving? In fact, how about 102 Ways to Save for and at Walt Disney World? Lou Mongello of WDW Radio tackled this subject in his recent book:
Whether this is your first trip to WDW or your 100th trip, you will be sure to learn something about saving for the magic, and those extra pins you’ve been eyeing on Disney Pins Blog. When I was younger, I hit up my relatives and the couch cushions for extra Disney spending money, and Lou tackles this very important topic of “The Disney Fund.” Whether it is an empty coffee can, an envelope, or a swanky Disney piggy bank, tip number 1 is a great way to save up for your next Journey Into Imagination. Just think of the limited edition pins you could buy with a whole can of George Washingtons.
For the seasoned veteran, the tips keep flying like a good day at Dumbo. Ever heard of Tables in Wonderland? Passholders can check out this nifty tip and many others to make that 100th or 1000th trip as good as the first. In this compilation of Lou’s best tips, there is truly something for everyone, seasoned veterans and newbies alike. Plus, let’s all be honest, we all want to bring home as much magic (pins) as we can, so why not save a little more for our favorite hobby?
To buy Lou’s book, you can grab the PDF for your tablet or smartphone for easy reference at:
For a more old school approach try: