A DISNEY employee revealed how to take a magical Disney break on a budget.
Dana Bisbee has worked at both Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California.
She shared some insider knowledge on what makes each destination unique and where Brits can make the biggest savings.
When it comes to doing Disney on a budget, Dana recommends looking into lodging options where Florida parks come out on top.
She told Insider: “Disneyland only has three resorts… all three are in the ‘deluxe’ category with an average price of £364 per night.
“But Disney World has over 25 resorts, divided into five price tiers: deluxe villas, deluxe resort hotels, moderate resort hotels, value resort hotels, and campgrounds.”
Disney World Florida accommodation prices vary by season and level of business.
But prices typically range from just £80 a night for budget accommodation to £800 for the most luxurious rooms.
However, if your family are Marvel fanatics, Disneyland California, with the newly opened Avengers Campus, might be your best option.
When Disney bought Marvel in 2009, Universal Orlando Resort already owned the theme park rights to several main characters.
For this reason, Disney cannot use characters such as Captain America and Spider-Man in its Florida parks.
But Disney just opened its first Marvel-themed ride at Disney World Resort with the roller coaster Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind.
Disneyland California now has an entire Marvel Land Avengers Campus with rides based on Spider-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy, in addition to themed zones based around Doctor Strange, The Avengers, Ant-Man and many other favorites.
Disney rep Dana also noted that Disney World has two water parks — Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon — while the California park has none.
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https://www.thesun.ie/travel/8755372/disneyland-disney-world-cheaper-holiday/ I worked at Disneyland AND Disney World