How We Flew our Family of 5 to Disney World for Basically Free!

Sunday, June 11, 2017

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Have you ever looked into taking your family to Disney World, or Disneyland, added up the hefty cost, and then remembered you still had to get there somehow? We have done that. In fact we had been saving for a couple years to take our family to Disney World. However, the plane tickets for a family of five added thousands of dollars to the trip. We starting looking into deals on flights and couldn't find anything that helped much.

Then we stumbled across a blog post from thekrazycouponlady.com about how she flew her family to Disney World and Disneyland for free. It sounded too good to be true, so we didn't act on it for a little while. However, we couldn't get the strategy out of our heads so we decided to try it. Guess what? It worked! Thanks Krazy Coupon Lady! Not only are we flying our family to Disney World for almost free, but we are also able to fly other places to visit family members for almost free. Did I mention that we earned a pass that lets someone fly with you on unlimited flights for free for over a year as well? These tickets were almost free because you do still have to pay a few dollars for miscellaneous government fees for plane tickets and a couple small annual fees. However it is nothing compared to the thousands of dollars you save!

Watch the video below to find our how we flew to Disney World for basically FREE!


There is no catch and I am not paid by any company to write this post. I just wanted to pass on these incredible tips to you so that you might be able to save a few thousand dollars as well. Watch my video below to see exactly how I did it, and how you can do it as well. I've also included some handy links below the video so you don't have to search them out yourself. Have fun traveling and please remember to share this post with anyone you think would find it useful!




Original link to the blog post that inspired us: The Krazy Coupon Lady

Link to sign up for a Southwest Rapid Rewards account: Rapid Rewards

Link to the Southwest Plus Card: Chase Southwest Visa Plus Card

Link to the Southwest Premier Card: Chase Southwest Visa Premier Card

**Disclaimer: I recommend paying off your balance every month and never carrying a balance on a credit card if at all possible. In this case, carrying a balance also defeats the purpose of trying to get free airline tickets. Also always read the fine print on credit cards and rewards programs so you know the requirements and what you are signing up for.**

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