Jill's family of 6 just returned from their first budget trip to Disney World and she's going to tell us about it before and after.
I also have a quick tip regarding where to sit for a Disney World show.
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Jill's family traveled with her husband and 4 kids to Disney World at the end of January. They stayed in a suite at All-Star Music, found ways to save money on food, stayed offsite at the beginning and end of their trip to save a little, and managed to fit it all in.
Jill loved how fun the queues are. See which attractions offer that.
Quick tip of the day
John and Courtney emailed in a tip that suggests sitting in the middle section of the Disney Jr. Live show because that's the best spot to be in to enjoy the snow effect during the show.
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