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Great Groupon Deals For Activities on Walt Disney World Property

February 28, 2018

If you planning on a trip to Walt Disney World in the near future, you may want to check out Groupon before you go. There are some great deals right now to enhance your Magical Vacation.

The world’s largest tethered helium balloon flying above Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort
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If you’re planning a trip to Disney Springs, this is your chance for a once-in-a-lifetime experience to go up in a Hot Air Balloon. Best of all, you do not need a park ticket to go to Disney Springs and parking is free, so it’s a great place to visit, even if you’re on a budget.

While you’re up there, try to spot Spaceship Earth (AKA the Epcot “Ball”). It’s a great way to get a little bit of Disney Magic, even if you’re not on a Disney Parks Vacation.


One thing to note about the Aerophile is that it’s dependent on good weather. Even if it does not seem that windy on the ground, if the wind is too strong 400 feet in the air, they will not allow Guests to get in the Balloon. You will also not be able to redeem your Groupon until 24 hours after it is purchased. So please check the weather report before you decide to purchase this Groupon, especially if you only have a limited time in Orlando. Otherwise, it’s a great deal!

Motorboat pulling a couple tandem-parasailing in front of Disney's Contemporary Resort

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Sammy Duvall’s Watersports Centre

If you love water and adventure, you’re going to want to check these Groupons out. Whether you have some free time from the parks or you’re just in the area, this is sure to be a fun time. Best of all, these also do not require a Park Ticket since they are located outside of the Parks.

These are great discounts, as going directly through Disney will cost you over $100, not including tax.

If you need to park your car, you can park at Disney Springs (for free parking, unless you choose Valet) and take the bus to the Contemporary Resort. Another option is to Pay to park at the TTC (Transportation and Ticket Center) and Ride the Monorail to the Contemporary Resort. If you’ve been following this blog and learning how to earn “Free” Disney Gift Cards, great news is that you can also use these to pay for your Parking. Disney has recently increased their Parking Prices for guests not staying on property to $22 per day or $45 per day for Preferred Parking, so every little bit of savings helps.

Be sure to go through Ebates (currently offering 6% back), Swagbucks (currently offering 8% back), or Rapid Rewards Shopping (currently offering 2 points / $1) for additional cash back before purchasing.

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