Maximum Fun Without Maxing Out Your Credit Cards
The book's strength, however, is their patient explanation of all the options you have among the bewildering array of Disney parks, tickets, parking and hotels, as well as the off-site hotels.
What is the best option? Well, it depends on your meal preferences, length of stay, whether you are going to visit other Orlando attractions or stay on Disney property; and, even on the number of people in your group.
For instance, Disney has few hotel accommodations that sleep a family of five (unless one is an infant). They have strict rules regarding the number of people in a room, so you can't bed down a kid or two in sleeping bags on the floor. No Disney hotel offers a free continental breakfast either, so breakfast costs may out weigh the cost of parking if you stay in an off-property hotel and drive to the parks.
It's The Little Things That Add Up
On the back of the book cover they offer a money-back guarantee on the book, if you don't save at least $200 on your next trip to Walt Disney World. They probably have never had to pay up.