How much is your 2013 WDW vacation going to cost you?

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  1. likeadream

    likeadream Earning My Ears

    Dec 16, 2012
    January 26-February 2 2013
    2 Adults

    Flight (direct from Green Bay) $780
    POP Century with 5 day tickets and Dining Plan $ 1518.50
    Total = $ $2,298.50
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  3. tink_n_pooh

    tink_n_pooh <font color=darkorchid>my TP isn't going anywhere.

    Jun 3, 2005
    7 nights in a 1 bedroom at BWV (we are DVC members so I'm not sure how one would figure out that cost of the stay)
    2 premium annual passes with DVC discount - $399 x 2 = $798
    Food - we will purchase TiW and pay out of pocket so we will see
    Transportation - driving, cost of gas to be determined. Hotel, approx $200 (one night each way)
    Misc. - not much, we buy very few souvenirs at this point because we already have a house full of disney :goodvibes
  4. pixidust77

    pixidust77 Earning My Ears

    Aug 22, 2008
    Ressies June 5th through 15th using the V92 code at Pop Century. 9 day park hoppers plus regular dining for two adults and two children (ages 9 and 5) came to $4544.10 :eek: This includes travel insurance of $150. Too excited though!
  5. danicaca

    danicaca Mouseketeer

    Jul 16, 2012
    Woot! Got the Visa discount which brought our package down to $4500! (not exact, but close) So, back into budget! Plus, we have already earned about $150 in Visa rewards!
  6. jamescanuck2001

    jamescanuck2001 Mouseketeer

    Nov 28, 2010
    2 adults, 1 child

    3 Flight Tix Buffalo to Orlando $640 return

    Shuttle airport to Marriott - free

    Airport Marriott Springhill Suites Feb 25 (MegaBonus free night voucher) - includes free breakfast

    Shuttle Marriott to Disney ME - free

    Boardwalk Inn Feb 26 to March 4, 6 Day Park Tix with Hopper, Reg. Dining Plan - $4000

    Breakfast items for room - $60

    Cab to Airport Marriott - $40 (?)

    Airport Marriott Springhill Suites March 4 (MegaBonus free night voucher) - includes free breakfast

    Tips and souvenirs ~$400

    Total ~$5000

    ps. full day at parks Feb 26 and March 4... so 7 full days at disney, 6 nights at BWI
  7. pequele

    pequele Some people think they are cool because they can h

    Jul 29, 2011
    Let's see, one trip May 8-19 and one Oct 22- Nov 4.

    DVCers so "$0" cost for the rooms
    PAPs holders that are already active so "$0" for admissions
    Food, we usually go with some sort of dining plan and depending on how much we have in Disney visa rewards will determine that cost
    And flights only bought for May trip so far is less than $700 for 3 of us

    So far so good I'm thinking!
  8. johny3

    johny3 Earning My Ears

    Jan 2, 2012
    greetings from the Buffalo area as well!

    here is what we are thinking, still ironing out the details and waiting for 1/3 for the new promos but...

    2 adults
    1 child (5)
    1 child (9 months)
    buf to mco and back - $600 (love southwest for free bags!)
    likely going moderates vs. swan/dolphin or a few other options
    ~ e.g port orleans - $1900
    - not sure exactly yet but probably going to do 3 or 4 days
    - wife wants to go to harry potter world but we may not do that since the kids are a little young

    trip insurance

    - we shall see ;)
    $2450 + tickets+ food

    again still in the planning stage :)
    Hoping for some good promos come 1/3

    Debating our hotels as so many offsite choices that are reasonable but southwest vacations has some good prices that make me want to spend a little more to stay on disney.

    thanks to these boards for all the info. will post our final buy.
  9. sheila <3 WDW

    sheila <3 WDW DIS Veteran

    Mar 18, 2011
    For us (me, DH, 5 year old DD and 1 year old DS): we are going 3/6-3/13 staying POFQ with the spring special play, stay and dine. Upgraded to deluxe dining. 6 day passes. $3617 without flight. We had a prior trip booked that we cancelled so we had the Southwest refund to use so the flights didn't cost us much out of pocket (about $100).
  10. PolyAddict

    PolyAddict Donate Life

    Mar 13, 2004
    AOA LM room (sharing with my brother and neice)

    $374 my share of room
    $537 2 5 days base tickets DD12 and I
    $350 food budget (we bring breakfast and drinks)

    Love going with my brother!
  11. disneyfanlincoln

    disneyfanlincoln Mouseketeer

    Oct 23, 2011
    Jan27 - feb 8 2 adults 1 child POFQ plus flights and tickets = $ 7500
    Spending money $ 1500
    Meal at CRT and tusker house $ 200

    No doubt we will spend a lot more when we get there !! Can't wait.
  12. TinkerKeeks

    TinkerKeeks Mouseketeer

    Dec 19, 2012
    Okay heres a crack at my budget.

    Its 5 nights for 2 adults and a 1 year old.

    2 round trip tickets : 400
    2 4 day base tickets : 545
    5 nights at POP: 530
    Food budget: 500- 700
    Other purchases: 500-700
    Total aprox. 2500 give or take
  13. queenofthehive

    queenofthehive DIS Veteran

    Feb 12, 2010
    I am updating Trip #1 as I decided to add a couple days to our January vacation.

    Trip 1
    January 2013
    7 nights - Sarasota Springs Resort - 1 bedroom
    2 nights - Pop Century - Standard Room

    SSR cost - $954 (RCI trade so I included my maintenance fee of $680+rci fee of $189 and disney fee of $95)
    Pop Century - $184

    Party - 1 adult and 1 child

    Tickets - Basic 7 day pass (no hoppers) - $594.

    Food - $500 Food (This is on the high side. We will eat out at few favorite spots but mostly eat in the villa as Disney food gets old real fast... IMHO)

    Gas - $250 round trip from NC.

    $75 in souveniors (I am not much of a shopper but I usually give my son $50 a trip to spend)

    Total estimate for trip: $2,557

    Trip #2 (Planning stage)

    Time - Aug 2013 7 nights

    Resort - (Based on DVC availability in order on "would like")
    Bay Lake Tower, Wilderness Lodge, or Beach Club

    Room Type - Studio (no rci trade this time )

    Cost - Renting points and need approx 120 - 123 points at $11 pt = approx $1320-1350

    Party - 1 adult and 1 child

    Tickets - Basic 5 day pass (no hoppers) - $530. This might be less days as we like to take it slower in the summer and have more full resort days enjoying the pool. Always hoping for Yes Program tickets and this should save me $200.

    Food - $400 Food -(This might go up a bit since will not have a full kitchen but at $55+ a day this will still be plenty. We will eat out one meal a day and eat in for breakfast and lunches)

    Gas - $250 round trip from NC.

    $75 in souveniors (I am not much of a shopper but I usually give my son $50 a trip to spend)

    Total estimate for trip: $2,605
  14. kamabet

    kamabet Earning My Ears

    Jan 1, 2007
    Jan. 27th- Feb. 8th 12 nights 13 days
    2 adults 3 kids (17,15,13)
    10 day park hoppers with dining plan (free dining pin code)
    Air x 5 with southwest= 1366.00
    Tips estimates at= 400.00
    Total damage= 6124.66 ish
  15. hugApug

    hugApug The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful-e.e

    May 24, 2010
    This hurts, but here goes!

    June 2013 7 night trip
    2 Adults

    4 nights at POP= $609
    3 nights BCV on rented points= $676
    7 day park hoppers with Water Parks= $753
    1 day 1 park pass to Universal= $183
    Round trip flights non-stop from SFO= $715

    Without adding in food costs or other misc purchases, we're at $2900. Eek! :) it's worth it though!
  16. sarah4291

    sarah4291 Mouseketeer

    May 29, 2012
    Im from the UK, so my £s to $s are a bit of guess with current exchange rates.

    Date of Trip: 29th July - 12th August
    Resort: Animal Kingdom Lodge (but only standard car park view)
    Group: My (will be) husband and I (its our honeymoon)
    Tickets: Have currently purchased 14 day park hopper and discovery cove/seaworld tickets (still need universal tickets)
    Dining Plan: Disney Dining Plan (was free when we booked)

    At the moment this has cost us about £5800 or $9000.

    I am planning on taking about £2000/$3000 spending money, and there are other bits and pieces I want to get aswell such as PhotoPass, La Nouba tickets, Blue Man group tickets. :)
  17. NJRRK

    NJRRK DIS Veteran

    Jun 12, 2007
    You really should look into annual passes, since you have two trips in 9 months.
  18. queenofthehive

    queenofthehive DIS Veteran

    Feb 12, 2010
    NJRRK - Yes, I am seriously considering annual passes - Thank you!
  19. sydneysmom

    sydneysmom needing a vacation....soon!

    Sep 16, 2009
    We got our trip updated w/ the Disney visa promotion, so that helped...

    7 nights Grand Floridian
    8 day park hoppers
    7 nights deluxe dining

    Total : $ 5922.00

    additional expenses : $ 780 (tips/gas/spending money)

    all in all, we're pretty happy....we saved $ 909 with the discount and of the total amount, we're using alot of Disney Rewards dollars. So out of pocket, we're actually spending less than we did for our 2010 trip. Thank goodness for Disney Visa rewards!!! pixiedust:
  20. KELLY

    KELLY DIS Veteran

    Aug 19, 1999
    Here it is

    Pop Century Standard Room
    2 adults and 2 Disney kids
    14 Nights 8/18 to 9/1
    10 myw with WP&M
    Free QSDP
    Total 3236.00

    Still need to add air
    We are thinking of upgrading to a moderate if we do that it will tack on 1000.00 to our total plus tips. It seems like alot so we may just pay OP for a couple of TS meals. But then again that is for 2 full weeks.
  21. disneymagicgirl

    disneymagicgirl Been there, Done that, Going back!

    Dec 13, 2005
    8 nights BCR GV, 8 day tix $4085 (spring visa promo)
    Flights ...not booked yet but probably $500-800 plus some points
    Food $1000-1200 (just a guess)
    Dog sitter $200

    ---------$5800 give or take a few hundred $

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