Karen Alpert, aka Baby Sideburns, recently went to Orlando with her family. Hear all about their Spirit Airlines flight and their time at Disney World and Universal.
I also have a quick tip about saving money on flights.
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Quick tip of the day
Emailed from Angela R.:
“I am in the process of planning our second WDW trip. When traveling to WDW (and most places) our family prefers to fly Southwest for a variety of reasons. I have found that we can have a significant cost savings if we book our airfare the day Southwest airlines releases the schedule that includes our travel dates. This time we are flying 5 of us for a little over $900.”
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