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Old 22 Mar 24, 06:42 PM  
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How much spending money would you recommend for a 3 night onsite stay? 2 adults, 11 & 5 year old. We are happy with breakfast in the room, wonít drink alcohol and probably have a sit down evening meal. Transfers would be separate and kids would have £100 spends each, thanks! Only ever been to wdw and goin there again next year.
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Old 22 Mar 24, 06:59 PM  
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How much spending money would you recommend for a 3 night onsite stay? 2 adults, 11 & 5 year old. We are happy with breakfast in the room, wonít drink alcohol and probably have a sit down evening meal. Transfers would be separate and kids would have £100 spends each, thanks! Only ever been to wdw and goin there again next year.
Depends where you eat but probably about £1200
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Old 22 Mar 24, 07:02 PM  
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Everyoneís budget is different but for us I would take about £1000 but just take a little cash and I would use starling card for the rest so if we donít use it itís still in the bank. Iím going in two weeks just me and my son. Two nights in Santa Fe and 1 night nearby in val d Europe
. We are taking about £500 for the two of us.
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If no meal plan Iíd also say £1000-£1200.
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Old 22 Mar 24, 09:04 PM  
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A lot of this comes down to food: whether you have a meal plan or not, and/or whether you plan to eat onsite or not.

For general day spends, we managed on £50 per day for a family of four to cover things like drinks, snacks, ice cream etc.

We like to collect some of the decent souvenirs - bags, ears, pins, collectible figurines etc. - so set aside £500 for that.

The big cost is then food. If you're eating onsite then budget for the following per person per day:
- Breakfast £15-20
- Lunch £15-20
- Dinner £30-40

Character meals will be much more expensive. Eating offsite and making packed lunches will be cheaper. Skipping lunch and just having a snack also helps.

You don't need to pay for shows or fast track passes - both not worth it.
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food is your main expense (or pandora). We plan on 50 per head for meals and this evens out, we are also non drinkers.
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Hi there...

If you go on the disneyland paris app click on food and scroll down to the bottom it says see all restaurants...you can then look at all menus and prices so you can work out roughly your food costs then go from there
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