Originally Posted by Jboy74
I have heard that they give specials to newlyweds etc so i thought that they might do the same for expecting mothers. She will be around 3 months when we go , She won't be able to ride many rides so we are going to do shows and other stuff, We are going to be in Orlado for 6 days , We will probably do the park thing 4 days alread have one day disney pass for each of us. We will probably sight see the other 2 days , What other activitives around Orlando are fun, Thought about everglade tour or something of that nature. We are not expecting it to be cheap by anymeans just looking for ways to save a little money. The park tickets are going to be the most expensive so thats what we are trying to save money on.
OF the many trips to Disney since 1977 I have taken, I have never heard of anything special they do for expectant mothers..... I would think it would be hard for Disney to ask for "proof" of the baby in order to get the discounts... Espcially of those women who gain very little weight. And also, on the flip-side, the larger women who might look pregnant, might get insulted if they ask them if they fall into that discounted catagory.
About the other things to do in Orlando... Its so costly to do the parks, Disney, Universal, SeaWorld we honestly save our money and stay on-site Disney at the nicest hotel we can afford and buy the park hopper tix and just relax. One week at the Yacht and Beach CLub with their great pool and the parks is plenty for us.
However, my kids like Universal (more thrill rides) but even when we go there, we just stay on-site one night, and the kids park hop and I lounge and nap by the pool.
Sea World... been there, done that. It was fine.
We have never had any interest in doing the Arabian Nights type shows. So no advice there.
I guess after thinking about it, we really just like to do Disney at a nice hotel and relax, do 2 parks a day with a rest in the middle, and swimming and dining at EPCOT at night.
Plus driving in Orlando gives me a headache!