If there are any things that are used a lot in Central Florida, it’s strollers. Some families bring their own, some buy a cheap one at Walmart or Target and then leave it here when they go home (what a waste – I hope there’s a system in place so they consistently get donated somewhere!), and others rent a stroller, either at the theme parks on a daily basis, or by a rental stroller company for the length of their stay. Some people even rent strollers that look like a princess’s carriage.
There’s one stroller rental company, Main Street Strollers, that’s been making huge strides in Orlando because not only are they one of the few that rent those popular Keenz stroller wagons, but they have, by far, the lowest prices for those rentals that I had seen in the entire area.
In Spring of 2019, the Disney parks on both coasts set size limits on strollers that could enter their parks (click here for a list of what strollers can and cannot be brought into the parks now) and although Main Street Strollers’ single and double strollers were still fine, their Keenz stroller wagons were no longer allowed into Walt Disney World parks, unless the child using it had special needs.
Some companies would have just shrugged their shoulders and carried on as best as they could. Instead, Main Street Strollers did what any successful company with an eye towards the future would do.
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When you’re budgeting a visit to Central Florida and planning on renting a car, there are lots of things to keep in mind:
That last one is important, because the way different car rental companies handle tolls and rental of their toll transponders run the gamut from a low of $5 administrative fee + tolls paid, to a high of huge penalties for going through electronic tolls without a transponder.
However that might all be changing, and the groups in charge of tolls in Central Florida are in the midst of pilot study that you could potentially be a part of…
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Enterprise has a great deal going on right now, if you just need a car for the weekend. They’ve got car rental rates that start at just $12.99 per day at select locations, if you’re OK with renting on a Friday and returning on a Monday. Here’s more about it:
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JetBlue Vacations have been going on for a while now; it’s a win-win because you get to enjoy more savings when you book flights and hotels together. You can also redeem TrueBlue points for part of your vacation (combined with cash), or earn more TrueBlue points for a later trip. And JetBlue guarantees you the best price on all JetBlue Vacations packages originating from the U.S. and Puerto Rico. So when JetBlue offers a vacation package on Universal Orlando Resort, there’s reason to take notice.
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You don’t see many decent and legit discounts for tickets to Disneyland. With Undercover Tourist, you can get $5 off a 2-day ticket (a park hopper tickets costs $50 more than a 1-park ticket, but the discount is still just $5). Or if you have a BJ’s or Sam’s Club membership, you can shave a few dollars off, as well. And I guess those and other discounts are OK. But if you want a 1-day ticket to Disneyland, there are NO decent discounts. Well, until now…
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