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Feeding a family at Disneyland without breaking the bank


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Posted on: October 03, 2008 at 7:49PM

Staying at the Grand Californian at Disneyland may seem to be a bit of a splurge, but if you take full advantage of the Concierge Level, it can actually help you save money. Eat breakfast in the Concierge lounge -- and then make a PB&J sandwich on the provided bagels and grab a soda from the fridge -- you've saved $10+ a person on lunch in the park. Head back mid-afternoon for a nice glass of wine (juice for the kids!) and some cheese. If you add in the hot appetizers, it may be enough for a light supper (savings: $20+/person). Then, before bed, go have a nightcap and some yummy cookies (that would set you back $15/person in the park). report a problem

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