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Old 10-10-2013, 03:14 PM   #901
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BC 4/30-5/08
9 day park hopper
More than I wanted to spend but it is our 10 year anniversary and my 40th birthday so I decided to splurge!
Working on getting airfare for free with SW miles
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Old 10-10-2013, 03:52 PM   #902
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POFQ - 2 Adults
28/11- 12/12

14 Day Ultimate disney parks ticket

flights from the Uk
$100 disney gift card (if we remember to collect it at the airport)

£3500. (Approx $5500)

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Old 10-10-2013, 04:29 PM   #903
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August 20-26, 6 nights, 7 days
Contemporary Resort
2 adults, 2 kids
5 day base tickets,
Free Dining

Plus autotrain tickets-$1400 (includes sleeper car/bedroom)
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Old 10-10-2013, 05:21 PM   #904
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2 adults
Oct 25-Nov 1 (8 days, 7 nights)
CSR w/ Free Dining
Mickeys not so scary party tickets
disney's 3d dessert discovery tickets
Park Hoppers w/ WPF&M (oops on WPF&M lol, $20 difference though so whatever)
Rental Car
Roundtrip Non-stop flights from EWR to MCO

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Old 10-10-2013, 06:47 PM   #905
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2 adults
12/1-12/11 (11 days, 10 nights)
POR Preferred Room

Package including DDP and 10-day PH $4208
Roundtrip tickets from New Orleans to Orlando $591
Park 'n Fly at airport $80
Budget for tips, souvenirs, alcohol, etc. $500

Total $5379
This is the most I've ever spent on a vacation and the first time going to Disney without any discount.
2/09 Port Orleans French Quarter
6/10 Off-site
12/12 Port Orleans Riverside - Royal Guest Rooms
12/13 Port Orleans Riverside - Alligator Bayou
12/14 Caribbean Beach Resort
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Old 10-10-2013, 07:35 PM   #906
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Originally Posted by WDW LifeLong Fan
Too Much!

December 14-20th at WL. will be our 6th trip this year.

My wife and I usually take 3-4 solo trips and take our Daughters and their families at least twice annually. (Both have a Husband and one - 1 yr old each) We all have annual passes and I'm not including flights & car service.

AP's for Six = $3900
Feb: Wife and me: BWV - $3500
April: Wife and me: GF: $4500
July: All - BC - 3 Rooms: $12,000
Sept: Wife and me: POLY - $4000
Oct: Wife and me: AKL - $4000
Dec: All - WL - $10,000

Like I said, too much.
I was thinking adoption too! Or at least let me be your travel agent
The J Crew
Jeff & Janelle DD-14 DD-9 DS-3

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Old 10-10-2013, 08:28 PM   #907
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Too much for us to spend so it will be years before we can go

2011- Poly TPV
2012- POR/BWI
2015- AKLV/BWV
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Old 10-10-2013, 09:00 PM   #908
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11/14-11/20 2013
1 adult 1 child
6 nights Pop Century
6 day base tickets
2 round trip plane tickets from Milwaukee via Southwest
No Dining Plan - food will be xtra, not included in cost below
Traci, Brad & Kythe

Jan 2010 - Port Orleans Riverside - First Trip Ever Trip Report
Sep 2010 - Pop Century - The "No In-Laws" Do-over Trip Report
Feb 2011 - Pop Century - Mickey Valentines Trip Report
Jan 2012 - Pop Century - Officially Addicted Annual Trip
Nov 2013 - POFQ - Goodbye Pop, Hello French Quarter Trip Report
Apr 2015 - Pop Century - Birthday with Mickey Pre-Trip Report

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Old 10-11-2013, 08:09 AM   #909
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Just went last month for a week. Stayed at Port Orleans Riverside.

Room for the week, plus Magical Express bus service, air fare (Delta - Detroit/Orlando) and park hopper tickets for two adults as approximately $2700 if I remember right.

Spent another $500 on food (mostly at the food court, but a couple counter service meals at Epcot and Magic Kingdom, and a nicer dinner at Fulton's Crab House).

About $100 on souvenirs.

So, roughly $3300, give or take a few dollars.

Oops, forgot the hotel for the night before, Fairfield Inn in Detroit ($153) and dinner at Big Boy a block away ($35) plus gave $50 to my son-in-law for taking us to the airport for gas/wear and tear on his car. So adding those things in, around $3500 I guess.
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Old 10-11-2013, 09:05 AM   #910
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6 Days 5 Nights Wilderness Lodge Woods view
Deluxe Dining Plan for 2-----Military Discount
4 Day park hopper military salute ticket
Wine and Dine Half Marathon Entry
Wine and Dine Afterparty Ticket
Airline Tickets

Altogether: 3056

After a year in Afghanistan I would have paid 6000 if necessary! This is a mandatory trip for me!! haha
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Old 10-11-2013, 11:45 PM   #911
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2 adults, 1 child and 1 baby
7 nights @ Pop
6 day park hopper
+dining plan
=$2165 (with dining pin)

plus $930 for airfare so $3095. But really all the memories our family has/will have are priceless
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Old 10-12-2013, 02:37 AM   #912
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I'm too afraid to add it all up.......

December 16th here we come!!
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Old 12-10-2013, 06:19 AM   #913
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I don't want to see the numbers but here goes, as long as the hubby doesn't see

Seasonal passes for 4: $1316
Campsite 11 nights: $950
Gas: $500
Boarding: $500
Dining: $1650
Extras: $600
Spending: $600
Koa: $65

Omg I give up I'm sick.....
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Old 12-10-2013, 09:23 AM   #914
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Originally Posted by hsmamato2 View Post
to do the breakdown.....
that's 1136.00 for hotel
980.00 for park tix
800.00 qs food (approx.)
20.00 flights (taxes etc)
so technically more like 2926.00 for 8 nights....
...If we go over on food somewhat that's fine, that's just what I've got as an average
...ok,in full disclosure,here's what we did/spent on our Nov. vacation ds1 and I flew down to FLL, visited the 'glades for 3 nights,etc etc...met DH and ds2 at WDW on a Saturday (Dolphin) and stayed for 8 nites.... food was OOP,only one buffet(Boma) qs the rest of the trip(so many great choices) we ate what we wanted,when we wanted, and didn't worry about cost once we got there,since we knew the average food costs(thanks allears) Total cost for trip, which totaled 12 days (incl. travel days) was 3357.00 (this total includes airport parking,dogsitters,airport food,etc,various car rentals...
I will rethink the rental car thing next time, I think it would have been smarter to just pay a shuttle to/from MCO after all.....
This total averages out to 70 per person,per day all inclusive...and we had SO much fun together,it was priceless!
(this is for 4 Disney adults)
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Old 12-10-2013, 10:01 AM   #915
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2 Adults, one 12 year old
8 nights during Christmas
Caribbean Beach
7 day Park Hopper Tickets
8 day Dining Plan
Very Merry Christmas Party Tickets
Candlelight Processional
(included with the dining plan)
2 total of $572
1 free w/FF miles
All luggage free thanks to SW airlines

2 Disney Quest Tickets for my hubby and son (included free w/special)

Total of an 8 night trip during Christmas $4122

Looking at what some people have forked out, I think I did excellent!
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