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Our trip to D.W. is coming up, 52 days away.

However, diesel prices are just killing the green industry, as it is with many other sectors of the economy.

A large part of the money we were stashing to go to D.W. is going into the tank on the truck and into the mowers, and we're starting to wonder if we can swing this trip this summer or not.

I was wondering if anyone here has been to Disney lately. Are there alot of expenditures once you get there?

We're staying at one of the resorts, no car rental, and we're on the dining plan.

Once you're at the parks, are there games to pay for like Valley Fair / Six Flags, or other "entertainment" venues in the park that cost money?

If we're there for 5 days, how much can a family of 5 end up spending not on food?? I realize this is a VERY general question, but once you're in the park, is everything you do there free?

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Not everything is free. Once you're in the park, most rides are free, like valley fair there are a few that cost extra. Games and stuff cost as well. They do have free shows and the majority of rides are free. If your meals are paid, you shouldn't have to spend much. Depends on how frugal you are. If you buy a lot of junk to bring home, corn dogs, etc, then it can get expensive. If you are just going to ride and have a good time you should be OK.

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We were in D.W. in December...There were 3 of us. 2 adults and one 7 year old. We stayed at Port Orleans resort on the D.W. We ate at two restaraunts on the resort and we had no meal plan and each meal was roughly $60...They do have a cafeteria style restaraunt and that averaged $25 for the parks food is pretty spendy, maybe a little higher that Valley Fair. You know it cost extra to form everything into a mouse shape! We were there for 3 days and 4 nights and we spent around $700 for all our food and trinkets that we bought. There are no games to waste money on which is very nice but everytime you get off a ride you walk through a gift shop. We did all 4 parks 1 day at d.w. one at Epcott and 1/2 at Animal kingdom and 1/2 at MGM... I personally would only go MGM if you had 1/2a day to kill... Aerosmith roller coaster and Tower of terror were the only2 things that we actually went on there...Hope you have a blast and wear comfortable shoes!

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