I was wondering, how do you save for your Disney holiday?
I used to keep a penny jar and put £2 coins in it as well as any other change I saw lying around.
What do you do
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I used to buy Disney dollars each pay day and then calculate costs for a restaurant we wanted to go to and use the envelope system. That works pretty well. I don't have a Disney store to go to any longer to buy Disney dollars. I can buy the gift cards just about everywhere but they can be harder to keep track of
I plan to do that money saving thing this year as well.
I've been really bad this past year about saving money ahead of time. I plan to change my habits this year.
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It's a high interest savings account....well, it's meant to be it's the best sort of account for money that you're not going to touch. It's also tax free up to £5500 so you don't pay any tax on the interest. You're only allowed one per person though, so we have one for WDW savings and one for normal savings.
I usually book it all first then I HAVE to save all year towards it or else I'm not going.
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