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  • On Feb 27, 2012
    Krishanda from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hello, my family & I are coming for my daughter's 7th birthday. However, we will also be traveling with a 2 month old. We are flying to the resort then renting a car. Can you give me a rough est. on budget for 7 yr old & 2 adults? We don't have a d

    Hi Krishanda,

    Thanks for writing.  You answer got cut off, so it's unclear how many days you are staying for and if you are planning to stay on-site at a Walt Disney World Resort.  Since you are renting a car, I'm assuming you are staying off-property.  If you are driving to the parks, the daily parking fee for a car is currently $15 per day.  If you are planning on eating meals and snacks inside the parks, I would budget approximately $50 per adult per day and $35 per child per day for food.  The per-day cost for park tickets depends on how many days you plan on visiting the parks, and what options you intend to add. A five-day Magic Your Way Base ticket, without Park Hopper is currently $251 for guests ages 10 and up.  A five-day ticket for guests ages 3-9 is currently $232.  Your infant will not require a ticket to enter the theme parks.  Click HERE to get prices for tickets specifically suited to the length of your trip and your requirements (park hopper, water parks,etc.)  In addition, you'll want to budget for souvenirs.  I usually allow each of my kids $20-25 per trip.  Feel free to write back with more specific details for more suggestions.  Happy planning!
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