It takes $200 down to book your Disney Vacation. If you put $200 down, you can save for an entire year and be going to Walt Disney World next year at Christmas time! I think an amazing gift for your family would be announcing that you booked a Disney vacation all on your own!
So how does a stay at home mom get $200 extra to put down on a Disney vacation? Well, I am here to tell you how to get that $200 easy-peasy without having to get an outside job.
I have preached my praises for Swagbucks on so many occasions in this blog, but seriously, the easiest way ever to make free money. Refer friends and get 10% of what they earn, answer surveys, watch movie previews, search with their search engine…boom! points = gift cards. Redeem your Swagbucks for money on your PayPal, and then put that money into your Disney Vacation Account.
- Receipts –
Grocery shopping? Take a picture of your receipt in the Receipt Hog app and get PayPal money back for gaining points per receipt. I scan all receipts in this app, gas, food, everything. I also swipe forgotten receipts at the self-checkout line and scan those too! More receipts = more money for Disney!
Inbox Dollars is a lot like Swagbucks. You take surveys, refer friends, and read emails to get cash. They pay via gift cards, Visa Prepaid cards, or a check!
Another app that asks your quick little surveys that take a few minutes each. Make sure to set your notifications to allow them to notify you when a survey is available for you, that way you don’t miss out on cash. They pay via Pay Pal too!
- Etsy – Are you crafty?
Sell on Etsy! I sell Disney Inspired Vinyl Decals in my Etsy shop and make a good chunk of change each month!
Once you have $200 saved up in these rewards, go to Disney and make a Disney Vacation Account. Once you put $200 down, you can book your trip! don’t forget that Disney will give you a $20 gift card for every $1000 that you put into your savings account. There is no time limit either!