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Three Smart Ways to Save Money During Your Disneyland Group Trip

A trip to Disneyland is a dream come true for many youth organizations, churches, and civic groups. This is particularly true for chapters located in rural areas, where access to recreational activities for young people is rather limited. This dream, however, does not come at a low cost. Going to Disneyland can place tremendous financial stress on sponsoring organizations and families. At Groople, we have done the research for you and identified specific ways that can help your group traveling to Disney save money without sacrificing comfort or minimizing the experience.


Pick a Hotel with Free Breakfast

At Disneyland, the most modest of breakfasts will run you a little over ten dollars. For a large group, this could mean hundreds of dollars in savings by simply letting the Groople group-travel professionals point you to properties with excellent complimentary hot breakfast.


Have the Hotel Shuttle Drop You Off

Parking for a two-axle vehicle runs about $15. If you are bringing several vans or buses into the park, the expense can be significant. Instead, pick a property with shuttle drop-off and pick-up. The savings will be major, and you will save time by not having to walk from remote parking locations to the gates.


Bring Your Own Food

This may hit you as a surprise, but Disneyland allows for guests to bring their own food as long as there are no glass containers. Many Groople partner properties can work with you by preparing brown-bag lunches for your group. This will save you money, and it could potentially save you time when the restaurant lines are long.


Let the Experts Help You Pick Your Hotel

At Groople, we have scouted hundreds of properties, and we have many partnerships with the best hotels in Anaheim. Let us do the grunt work and make sure you get the best value for your money. If your group needs ten hotel rooms or more, we are here to help you. Give us a call at 844-476-6753.


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