cost or pushchairs

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  1. disneyfan1525

    disneyfan1525 Earning My Ears

    Jun 2, 2009
    hi can any one help am due to travel to disney next september for two weeks with a 1 year old and was woundering if anyone had hired a pushchair and how much did it cost or would it be easier taking our own? thanks
  2. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

    Jul 24, 2003
    Info on Disney stroller rental here.
    $15/day. or a $2 discount if you buy for lenth of stay.
    there are offsite companies that deliver to your hotel but still very expensive.(link within link above)
    We took our own when DS was 3, no problems.
    Another option is to buy there, Disney sell them for around $40 or even cheaper at Walmart. Cheapest on their site just now is this at $35 but they usually have a cheap one instore
    Last option stroller swap thread.
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  4. Jets fan

    Jets fan DIS Veteran

    Jan 21, 2006
    Totally agree with Wayne's suggestion to buy one as they are so cheap. Years ago we went to Toys R us and bought one for $18.99 - I still remember the price as it was so cheap. We just left it at the hotel when we left.

    Good luck

  5. Elise79

    Elise79 Moderator Moderator

    Aug 17, 2006
    With a 1 yr old I would take one with you. Even if you buy a cheap one here just for the trip. You will want it at the airport both ends and at the hotel.

    I took DD (at 9 & 15mths) and it was a lifesaver at the airport to be able to strap her in and know where she was!

    We bought a silver cross pop for taking as it reclines nicely so she can nap in it. Its also easy to fold, fairly compact and lightweight for carrying on the buses too.
  6. champagnegirl26

    champagnegirl26 Kettering Uk

    Jan 20, 2005
    Hiring is so expensive. I wouldnt reccomend a cheap stroller for a 1 year old they are not comfy, have little sun protection and often do not recline. Check out ebay for a baby jogger city mini. We have purchaced one for disney. the sun canopy is amazing, it has an incredible folding action, is small enough to go on trams etc easily and is a dream to push! I dont work for them LOL its just I was really impressed. My son will be able to slepp so well in this whilst protected from the sun. You tube has some great videos on showing the potential of the buggy
  7. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

    Mar 16, 2003
    we always take our own, you will be glad of it in the airport - we struggle to keep the kids together and carry the luggage so having the buggy to strap them into is a God send! :goodvibes
    If you are staying in a Villa you might want to check whether there is one already there too, as the last few villas we have had there has been a stroller in the garage.
  8. Verity Chambers

    Verity Chambers <font color=blue>He's delicious! Rather like <font

    May 27, 2003
    We have always taken our own. Firstly as we have always needed it at the airport and secondly they are comfier for your little one. :goodvibes
  9. Stitch's Greatest Fa

    Stitch's Greatest Fa DIS Veteran

    Jan 18, 2004
    We took our own this summer - our daughter was 9 months old - it was no hassle at all and such a godsend in the airports. You give it up at the gate and get it right back at the luggage carousels - ours was not on the actual carousel though - strollers had been left in a pile on the floor - just be aware to check around for it!
  10. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

    Mar 16, 2003
    Yup - usually they are put with the oversize baggage

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