Lots of airports are a whole lot of fun during the Christmas season. Sure, some offer local entertainment, but others go a whole lot further. Munich Airport, for example, opens a seasonal Christmas Market, complete with 2 ice rinks and nearly 500 real trees. But frankly, I think Singapore’s Changi Airport may have them all beat this year because they’ve brought The Wizarding World of Harry Potter into THREE of its terminals, with what they call “A Wizarding World Holiday at Changi.”
Jetblue has an awesome contest that they’ve recently started – so good that I’m sharing it here, along with our weekly Contests & Sweepstakes post. Here’s how they describe their Go Get Gifted contest:
We are turning five lucky winners into literal presents by gift-wrapping them from head to toe and taking them right to their destination. Enter for the opportunity to win a round trip flight home (leaving December 24, 2018) and surprise whoever you choose with the perfect gift – you.
Pretty cool, huh? Here are the details:
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – going to Walt Disney World is EXPENSIVE. But it’s also one of those vacations where you can cut costs in lots of ways in order to make it as affordable as possible. Or you can be super extravagant, with all the bells and whistles and special extras, if that’s what you prefer.
So with all the variables, how much should you expect to pay once you get there?
I’m writing this with the assumption that you already have your hotel picked out (not sure if you should stick with on or off property? Read this), your theme park and plane tickets purchased (or you know you’re going to drive/take a train) and you’ve decided whether or not you’re going to rent a car while visiting Central Florida (not sure on that yet? Read this. Oh, and if you’re staying on WDW property and don’t have a car, check your bill to ensure they don’t charge you for parking anyway). But there are other costs to take into consideration that you may want to know “on the fly.”